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NATO does not view China as an adversary and will continue to engage with Beijing "when it is in our interest," NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said after a meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Bucharest.

"Foreign ministers considered China’s ambitious military developments, its technological advances, and its growing cyber and hybrid activities. The war in Ukraine demonstrated a dangerous dependency on Russian gas, and that "this should also lead us to assess our dependencies on other authoritarian regimes, not least China, for our supply chains, technology, or infrastructure. We will continue, of course, to trade and engage economically with China, but we have to be aware of our dependencies, reduce our vulnerabilities, and manage the risks," he said.

Foreign ministers stressed the importance of adhering to NATO's resilience guidelines and maintaining technological superiority, he said.

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