Huawei responds to UK ban on Huawei from participating in 5G network construction: ‘disappointing and wrong’

We mentioned earlier that the British government has overturned its decision at the beginning of the year. At the beginning of the year, the British government discussed the decision to allow Huawei to participate in the construction of 5G networks to a limited extent.

The latest news is that the British government announced that it will completely ban the network equipment provided by Huawei, not only to ban participation in 5G construction but also to dismantle existing Huawei equipment.

All network equipment provided by Huawei will be removed from the UK mobile network. The reason given by the British government is that the equipment provided by Huawei has security risks.

In response to the above news, Huawei officially issued a response saying: The decision made by the British government is disappointing. Huawei’s development in the UK has been politicized rather than a security issue.

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Huawei stated in an official statement:

This is a disappointing decision, which is bad news for all mobile phone users in the UK, because it may put the UK in the slow lane of digital development.

Huawei urges the British government to reconsider this decision, and Huawei is confident that the US regulatory measures will not affect the resilience and safety of the products we provide to the UK.

Unfortunately, Huawei’s future development in the UK has been politicized. The British government made this decision solely because of US trade policy rather than Huawei’s security issues.

Over the past two decades, Huawei has focused on building better network connections in the UK. As a responsible enterprise, Huawei will continue to support our customers as always.

Via: BBC