Reported the newspaper (The Observer) that Britain had informed the giant of technical Chinese Huawei secret that the Prohibition of communication networks 5G British due partly for “political” reasons, after enormous pressure from the US President (Donald Trump).
In the days before the controversial ad on Tuesday of last week, there have been intensive discussions and the exchange of confidential communications between government officials on one hand and executives of Huawei, on the other hand.
As part of the communications high level that took place behind the scenes, it was said of Huawei: the geopolitics may have played a role, has been given the latter the impression that it is possible to revisit the decision in the future, maybe if Trump’s failures in winning a second term a second, lower position against China in Washington.
Officials announced the high-level CEOs in Huawei since the decision Tuesday they hope to live in British government thinking, and she remarks that it seems that the communication speed may encouraged her.
The British government has justified the police ban of the networks of the fifth generation of the existence of new security risks raised by the National Centre for Cyber Security, which is part of the British intelligence agency GCHQ.
In the House of Commons, he said (Oliver Dodd law) – British minister of State for Culture, digital, media and sport: the new sanctions that prohibit the sale of components produced by the United States to Huawei – which means that the Chinese company will be forced to get from other places – has changed the face security risks.
It is indicated that the step last week of Britain opposed a decision taken in the month of January last when the government announced that can use the equipment of Huawei in the 5G network a new, but more restricted. This has led to severe criticism from conservative members of Parliament, including former party leader (Iain Duncan Smith), who described Huawei as an arm of the Chinese Communist Party, and they are a danger to the United Kingdom.