China says Asia Pacific nations participating in NATO summit ‘damage interests’


Pushing back attempts to “build military alliances” in the Asia-Pacific region, China on Thursday mounted its opposition to the participation of New Zealand, Australia, South Korea, and Japan in the upcoming NATO summit in Spain. 

“Development of relations between countries should be conducive to world peace and stability and not target or damage the interests of any third party,” Chinese Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson Wang Wenbin said.


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