The United Kingdom has warned Russia and China
Global New News Desk –
The United Kingdom has warned Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping that the West will work together to fight democracy against dictatorships.
The United Kingdom issued the warning on Friday. The news agency Reuters reported this information.
UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss says the West should work with allies such as Australia, Israel, India, Japan and Indonesia to counter aggressors worldwide, especially in the Pacific.
“It’s time to dump her and move on,” she said.
The Foreign Secretary will address the Loy Institute in Sydney. There, he says, the West must respond simultaneously to global threats. Relations with pro-democracy forces in the Indo-Pacific region need to be deepened. We have to deal with global aggressors.
Liz Truss says the global aggressors have become more reckless than they have ever been since the Cold War.
The British Foreign Secretary will say that the aggressors want to export dictatorship as a service to the whole world. That is why regimes like Belarus, North Korea, Myanmar find close allies in Moscow and Beijing.
Western leaders say what the 21st century will look like will determined democracy and fighting between rivals such as China and Russia. They also say that countries like China and Russia are challenging the post-Cold War consensus militarily, technically and economically.
The West, including the United Kingdom and the United States, has strained relations with China and Russia. The West is making various allegations against these two countries, including aggression, dictatorship and human rights violations.