US boycott of Huawei accused of spying, mixed effect in Europe

US boycott of Huawei accused of spying, mixed effects in Europe

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The daughter of Huawei's founder has already been arrested in Canada and America has been trying to blacklist the company internationally on security issues.

The US call for the boycott of Huawei's 5G telecommunications equipment has got mixed effect in Europe. While some countries' governments have no problem with the allegations of espionage on China's main company, some other countries are supporting the Chinese government's proposal for a ban.

It is noteworthy that the arrest of an official of Huwai in the charges of espionage for China has been arrested in Poland. This has caused another shock to the company. The local media arrest officer is telling the director of Huawei.

Huawei said that he has dismissed his employee arrested in Poland and his alleged activities have nothing to do with the company.

The daughter of Huawei's founder has already been arrested in Canada and America has been trying to blacklist the company internationally on security issues.

Many countries in the Asia-Indian region have followed Washington's call to ban Huwai, but situation in European countries is more complex. This is also due to Huwai's 5G capacity being better. According to analysts, the company's capacity is much better than Ericsson in Sweden, Nokia of Finland and South Korea's Samsung.

Fifth generation (5G) technology can become a major driver of many important technical changes. It may be important in order to further develop the Internet of Things, including automated cars. This is why Europe wants to implement it as soon as possible.

Deckster Thilien, analyst at Fitch Solutions, said, "Service providers searched for the options but they felt that the technology of Huawei for 5G is more innovative and possibly better."

Monitoring has increased on Huwai due to alleged links with Chinese intelligence agencies, and besides Australia, Australia and Japan have prevented the company from designing a 5G internet network in their country. However, in Europe, Portugal's leading telecommunications provider, MEO has tied up with the Chinese company. At the same time, most of the devices in the current network of Huawei are being made but it is thinking about the measures to strengthen the security of the network.

Meanwhile, UK Defense Minister Gavin Williamson expressed serious concern over the availability of 5G network by Huawei in the country. The Czech Republic has also said something similar.

Germany is also under pressure from Washington to implement the ban, but the country's IT monitoring agency said that she has not found evidence that Huawei can use her equipment for the work of detective.