China urges NATO summit to focus on world peace instead of hyping up China-related issues

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Summit should focus on how it can work constructively for peace and stability in Europe and beyond, rather than make an issue about China, said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning at a press briefing in Beijing on Friday.

Mao made the remarks in response to a press query on the planned meeting among leaders of Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand on the sidelines of the NATO summit to be held from July 11 to 12 in Lithuania's capital Vilnius.

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