Rishi warns China of ‘greatest security challenge of our time’ at G7 summit | British News
prime minister Rishi Sunak said “China represents the greatest challenge of our time” while speaking with other world leaders at the G7 summit.
Mr. Sunak specifically called China “the greatest challenge of our time” in terms of global security and prosperity.
Mr. Sunak was speaking at a conference of the G7 summit in Japan.
He said China is “increasingly authoritarian at home and abroad.”
The Prime Minister added, “China poses the greatest challenge of our time to global security and prosperity. China is increasingly authoritarian at home and assertive abroad.”
“This is about risk mitigation, not decoupling.”
Speaking on immigration, Mr Sunak said it was a global issue but reiterated that the UK Government will decide who enters the UK.
“We have to stop the boats and stop the criminal gangs’ business model,” he said.
Mr. Sunak also paid tribute to President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy and spoke about the war in Ukraine.
He said: “We will stand by Ukraine for as long as necessary because their security is our security.”
“We made a real breakthrough at this summit thanks to President Biden’s support for an international coalition to deploy F-16 jets.”
“Any peace settlement must correspond to Ukraine’s conditions.”
When asked about Suella Braverman’s speed penalty, Mr Sunak asked the reporter if he had any questions about the summit before answering.
“I don’t know all the details of what happened, nor have I spoken to the Home Secretary,” he said.
“I think you can see firsthand what I’ve been up to for the past few days or so, but I understand that she expressed regret for speeding, accepted the penalty and paid the fine.”
When asked about the phrase “risk reduction instead of decoupling” from China, he replied that they were very aware of the risk posed by China.
Mr Sunak said: “We will work together while the G7 and other countries ensure we can reduce the risk to ourselves and supply chain vulnerabilities that we have seen in China and take the necessary steps to protect ourselves from hostile investment.” protect, and do so.’ in a way that is not detrimental to one another.’
He added that Mr. Zelenskyi’s presence at the summit sends a “very strong” message to Russia.
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