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With a flurry of fist-bumps, NATO leaders concluded their first mid-pandemic summit today by taking a harder line on China than the world’s leading democracies did last weekend at the G7 summit.

The final communique from the trans-Atlantic military alliance’s summit in Brussels presented Beijing as a security challenge to western countries because its “coercive?behaviour” set a course for future security partnerships in the Pacific region and beyond.

“We have agreed to work more closely with, for instance, Australia, Japan and Asia-Pacific countries,” said NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg following the meetingwill ease up in private gatherings for people who have received two doses..?“That’s also … how to respond to a more assertive China.”

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