英首相约翰逊：不希望与中国发生新冷战 看到中国的挑战 但也看到了机遇
Boris Johnson insisted Nato did not want a new Cold War with China, but acknowledged it did pose “challenges” for the Western alliance.
The Prime Minister travelled to Brussels for a meeting of Nato leaders, with China and Russia two of the main issues facing the alliance.
Arriving at the Brussels summit, Mr Johnson said: “I don’t think anybody around the table today wants to descend into a new Cold War with China.
“I don’t think that’s where people are.
“I think people see challenges, they see things that we have to manage together.
“But they also see opportunities and I think that what we need to do is do it together.”