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Global Times: America is leading South Korea to the abyss of Ukraine

Pak Sahafat – The media organ of the ruling Communist Party of China warned that NATO and the United States are turning it into a global conflict by pushing South Korea and its other partners into the “Abyss of Russia-Ukraine conflict“.

According to the International group of Pak Sahafat news agency, Referring to the recent visit of Jens Stoltenberg, the Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), to Seoul, the Chinese state media warned that NATO is trying to drag South Korea deeper into the “abyss” of the war in Ukraine.

“Global Times” warned at the beginning of its note: “Nato is gauging how willing Seoul is to align itself with the Washington-led military alliance by dragging South Korea deeper into the precipice of aid to Ukraine. Its ultimate goal is to further expand its core towards Asia and the Pacific through its partners in the region.

The media organ of the ruling Communist Party of China wrote: During his visit to South Korea, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Monday asked South Korea to strengthen its military aid to Ukraine and even consider allowing direct arms exports.

The Global Times continued: Among the countries supplying arms to Kyiv, Seoul has performed very limitedly, providing weapons in relatively small quantities and at low levels (to Ukraine). But NATO doesn’t care what kind of weapons South Korea has offered or plans to offer. What is more important is whether Seoul’s gesture indicates agreement to increase aid. In other words, Stoltenberg’s insistence is political rather than military.

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According to this Chinese website, “NATO seeks to transform itself from a regional organization to a global organization. According to this goal, one of its glues is to bring America’s allies closer to the east. As a result, NATO has been working with all its might on its two main axes in the Asia-Pacific region, Japan and South Korea.

The Global Times believes: “For the NATO Secretary General, the immediate goal of persuading Seoul to change its policy is to form a stronger Western alliance to help Ukraine in this ongoing conflict.” But in terms of medium-term and long-term strategic goals, he wants Seoul to join NATO more firmly. In this way, this organization can more easily use South Korea as an entry point for Asia-Pacific affairs.

The media organ of the Communist Party of China warned: “The dangerous action of these countries can easily bring the whole of Europe to the border of conflict. As a result, it is feared that such an action will prolong the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, intensify the tension between NATO countries and Russia, and complicate the situation in Europe.

South Korean President Yoon Suk-yul, in the first weeks of his tenure, was invited by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg as a guest at the NATO summit hosted by Spain.

Also, the South Korean government recently established an office at NATO headquarters in Brussels that is responsible for fostering closer ties between the two sides.

During his recent two-day trip to Seoul, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg held a bilateral meeting with South Korean President Yoon Seok-yul and asked South Korea to provide Ukraine with more weapons and ammunition to counter Russia.

According to the announcement of South Korea’s presidential office, during the meeting with the NATO Secretary General, the president of this country said that he will continue to play all possible roles in cooperation with the international community to help the people of Ukraine.

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