Czech President Petr Pavel called the possibility of a military conflict between the West and China low, speaking on June 20 at the conference in the Charles University in Prague.
He added, however, that Western countries should remain vigilant.
“I believe that an armed conflict between the West and China will not happen in the near future. But it certainly does not mean that we can repeat the mistakes of inaction and the belief that if we close our eyes, nothing will happen to us,” Paul warned.
The Czech president also described disunity concerning a common threat as potentially the main danger to Western countries. He stressed the importance of continued arms deliveries to Kiev.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency