NATO calls China a ‘decisive factor’ in Russia’s war against Ukraine

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NATO calls China a ‘decisive factor’ in Russia’s war against Ukraine

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg made the accusation, which came in a statement approved by the alliance’s 32 leaders, at NATO’s Washington summit on Wednesday.

As NATO allies agreed today in our summit statement, China has become a decisive factor in Russia’s war against Ukraine. And China’s support increases the threat Russia poses to Euro-Atlantic security. China cannot facilitate the largest conflict in Europe in recent history without negatively impacting their interests and reputation. China supplies dual-use equipment, microelectronics and a lot of other tools that allow Russia to build the missiles, build the bombs, build the planes, build the weapons that they use to attack Ukraine.

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