(In) a time?

dhejejjeskms

Senior Member
Korean
Hi, everybody.

It seemed that "in" has to be between "issue" and "a time".
Would you let me know if my guess is right?
(It is from a CNN article.)

Hackers in China are showing particular interest in targeting telecommunications operators around the world, according to CrowdStrike. That's a sensitive issue a time when many governments, under pressure from the United States, are debating whether using Huawei equipment in next-generation wireless networks poses a security risk.

Thank you.
 
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