After the arrest in Canada of Huawei's Chief Financial Officer and the founder's daughter, Wanzhou Meng, the world powers are reacting hard today.
The arrest of Huawei's Chief Financial Officer and the founder's daughter, Wanzhou Meng, in Canada, at the request of the United States, was the perfect excuse for the world powers to re-measure power and adopt positions on either side. Yesterday, the eyes of the reactions of Washington and Beijing, the question is now elevated to different latitudes.
And that is, after China criticized the arrest of its citizen, after the US judged that Huawei had violated the sanctions they had imposed on Iran, the reaction was now approaching: Japan.
It was in the midst of the conflict that the Asian island announced that the government has excluded Huawei from public tenders on cyber-security issues and "global concern over its ties to the Chinese government," Kyodo's government sources said in a statement.
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Another criticism of the Chinese technology company came from European Union, European Commission Vice-President for Single Digital Market Andrus Ansip said that the old continent "must be concerned" and "afraid" of Huawei technology and other Chinese companies due to alleged security breaches.
"We have to worry about these companies," said the European Commissioner, according to the EFE.
And while Japan and the EU support the United States in its crusade against Hauwei, on the other hand? Nothing more and nothing less than Russia He drew up with the Chinese company and criticized the arrest of Wanzhou Meng,
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has called for these procedures to end.
"This is a new manifestation of this line which most normal countries and ordinary people refuse, the policy of extraterritorial expansion of national laws, "Lavrov said.