The Biden administration’s China strategy is in partnership with the US’ friends and key allies, the White House has said as several nations led by America accused Beijing of “malicious” cyber activities that are impacting a number of countries. An unprecedented group of allies and partners – including the European Union, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Japan, and NATO joined the United States on Monday in exposing and criticising the Chinese Ministry of State Security’s malicious cyber activities. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters on Monday that it was the first time NATO has condemned China’s cyber activities.,live-cricket-score-ipl-full-scorecard
”We have approached our China strategy from the beginning and our policy as it relates to China, we’ve always felt that working together, working in partnership with allies around the world, and also in partnership with members of the federal government, members of Congress,live poker online real money from both sides of the aisle, was how we approached it from a position of strength,” she said. ”What’s significant today is that while we’re all calling out these malicious cyber activities, so are a number of our key partners around the world: the European Union, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Japan,” Psaki said. These ‘malicious cyber activities’ are not only impacting the United States, but also a range of countries and partners, she said.