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UK, U.S. defence ministers discuss "disinformation" from Russia, China

Reuters | London | Updated: 21-05-2020 21:08 IST | Created: 21-05-2020 20:13 IST
UK, U.S. defence ministers discuss "disinformation" from Russia, China
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Britain's defence minister Ben Wallace and his U.S. counterpart Mark Esper discussed the need to tackle disinformation coming from Russia and China on Thursday, the British government said.

Wallace and Esper "discussed concerns about Russian and Chinese disinformation and agreed to continue to work together to mitigate the effects of this malign activity," Britain's Ministry of Defence said in a statement.



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