The United States will not cooperate or share information with Huawei device users due to security concerns.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Photo: Reuters.
"If a country uses the Huawei device and put it in some of the most important information systems, we will not be able to share information with them," said US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, in an interview. Fox today. "We will not put US information at risk."
According to Pompeo, European countries and other areas need to understand the risks of operating Huawei devices, and warned that the United States will not be able to cooperate with countries that use telecommunications equipment suppliers. The largest pinewydd of the world.
When asked about European countries that are going on against US calls to ban Huawei devices, Pompeo said that the United States is speaking to countries to make sure they "understand the risks of bringing technology Huawei system. " information technology "and" they will make the right choice when they understand the risk ".
The US and many of the allies of the West have long argued that the Chinese government could use the Huawei telecommunications group to carry out spyware operations and consider expanding the carrier in the middle of Europe to step off to win cattle in the EU market. The US, Australia and New Zealand have announced a ban on the use of Huawei devices. Recently, the use of Huawei devices has recently been prohibited in the development of a 5G network infrastructure.
Huawei repeatedly refused to gather information about any government. Huawei's global business has been struggling after the arrest of CFM Manh Van Chu on Canada at the U.S. request in December last year. Ms. Manh was accused of cheating international banks, breaking Iran's penalties and being on bail to wait for an extradition hearing for the United States.