current world order. This was announced on Wednesday at a regular briefing for journalists by the head of the press service of the State Department, Ned Price.
He was asked if the United States is concerned about the rapprochement of two nuclear powers - Russia and China.
According to the diplomat, after the Second World War, "rules, a number of principles and norms were established that regulate relations between states, thanks to the observance of which unprecedented levels of security, stability, prosperity and opportunities for people around
the world appeared."
"This was not an order authored by the United States. It was an order that the countries established together, including within the framework of the UN, the UN Charter, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, international law <...>. We see how China and
Russia challenge this order in various ways. And that's what worries us about the strengthening relations between these two countries," the diplomat said.