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The closing declaration sets out a focus on new technological and cyber threats, while for the first time mentioning China as a challenge and extending the defence alliance’s remit into space.

The closing declaration sets out a focus on new technological and cyber threats, while for the first time mentioning China as a challenge and extending the defence alliance’s remit into space

 

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