In China, they threatened the first nuclear strike against the United States because of the AUKUS alliance

Former UN Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs Sha Zukang called on the Chinese authorities to take a more aggressive position against the background of the actions of the United States, writes the Daily Mail.

According to the diplomat, Beijing should abandon the policy of not using nuclear weapons first and fight back against the new alliances that Washington is creating. In particular, we are talking about the AUKUS alliance between the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom: it demonstrates the growing military presence of these countries in the neighborhood of China, Zukang believes.

He also noted that Beijing’s current policy, which has been in force since the 1960s, has given it “moral authority.” Still, it does not correspond to reality: at least until China agrees with the United States that neither side will use nuclear weapons first.

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