The British Parliamentary Committee found evidence of Huawei colluding with China
The British Parliamentary Committee found evidence of Huawei colluding with China

The British Parliamentary Defense Committee said Thursday: It has found clear evidence that the telecommunications giant Huawei has conspired with the Chinese government, adding that the UK may have to dismantle all Huawei devices sooner than expected.

In July, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordered the removal of Huawei devices from the new 5G network by the end of 2027. US President Donald Trump urged the UK to take this decision.

"The West urgently needs to unite to offset China's technological advantage," said Tobias Ellwood, chairman of the National Defense Commission. He added, "As for short-term technological development, we must not give up on our national security."

The committee did not specify the exact nature of the relationship between the two countries, but said it had seen clear evidence of Huawei's complicity with the "Chinese Communist Party." Huawei said: The report lacks credibility.

A Huawei spokesman said: “This is based on information, not facts. We are sure that people will understand the truth of the unfounded allegations of collusion and will remember what Huawei UK has presented. United for 20 years.”

In response to a question about the committee's comments, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying said: Some people in the UK should think twice before speaking, and it would harm the legitimate interests of Chinese companies.

"The openness and fairness of the British market and the security of foreign investment are a major concern," she said at a daily press conference in Beijing on Friday.

Trump identified China as the main geopolitical opponent of the United States and accused the Communist-led country of profiting from trade, but failed to tell the truth about the outbreak of the new Coronavirus (Covid-19), Covid-19. He called it: "the plague of China."

Washington and its allies say Huawei technology can be used to monitor China. Huawei has repeatedly denied this, saying the US is jealous of its success.

British ministers have said the rise of global dominance of Huawei, which was founded by a former engineer at Huawei in 1987, has surprised the West.

The National Defense Committee said: It supports Johnson's decision to remove Huawei from the UK 5G network, but said, "If economically feasible, development may not accelerate until 2025 before then". ".

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