Leaders of the Group of Seven Rich Countries and the NATO military alliance will seek to increase pressure on Russia over the war in Ukraine at next week’s meetings and will clarify that they remain concerned about China as well, senior government officials said Wednesday. of the United States. .
NATO would announce new commitments to strengthen European security, officials said, while the participation of leaders from Australia, Japan, South Korea and New Zealand will show that the war in Ukraine has not diverted attention from China.
G7 leaders also face China’s “coercive economic practices”, which have become even more aggressive in recent years, one of the officials said.