MOFA: AUKUS security pact using loopholes in international rules

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China has reiterated its opposition to the controversial Australia-UK-U.S. (AUKUS) security pact, which will let Australia build nuclear-powered submarines, using technology provided by the U.S.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry’s comments over the agreement echo the concerns of the International Atomic Energy Agency, which said the pact introduced some very tricky issues with regards to nuclear proliferation.

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