The United States issues a special warning to Britain based on Huawei
The United States issues a special warning to Britain based on Huawei

The United States once again warned the British of the Chinese company Huawei because senior US officials informed the British minister that using Huawei technology in the 5G network in the UK would jeopardize the US government's exchange of information about transatlantic intelligence and gave access to Chinese companies meaningless warnings. ,

At a time when the US government was warning, Matt Potting, the US government's national security adviser, led a special delegation to issue key documents they believed posed a security risk that they could rely on Huawei technology in future phone networks. New evidence.

Officials did not release the relatively new information they provided to their British counterparts, but they considered technology.

The delegation said that the Chinese spies working for the Chinese People's Liberation Army are working for Huawei and that the company has played a role in supporting Uyghur Muslim education camps in the country.

For British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, tremendous pressure is a big problem. It is expected that he will make a final decision for Huawei shortly after informing the British Security Agency repeatedly that this may pose security risks.

Before the UK decision, MI5 director Andrew Parker said last weekend that he had no reason to believe that using Huawei technology would jeopardize the exchange of information with countries, and this indicated that the UK was ready for the Chinese community to provide the information received

However, this is in stark contrast to a statement by a senior representative of the United States delegation, saying: Congress has made clear that it will establish our exchange of information, while the second member said that the President wants to work with Britain on this issue. There will be controversy, but he added, "Donald Trump is watching closely."

The UK announced last spring that Huawei would allow the deployment of non-core technologies such as cellular antennas and antennas in future 5G networks after the cabinet voted in favor of the decision, and US officials said this would not be enough to address Washington's concerns over them.

Huawei has always denied that the Chinese government is forcing them to open their technology secretly, and has agreed to sign non-spyware agreements with countries that use this technology, but the United States insists on that. That there is a risk of observation.

Previous Post Next Post