US Officials Visited Britain To Not To Use Huawei Equipment For 5G Network
A delegation of US officials will soon visit Britain to try to convince Britain to not to use Huawei equipment.
In the upgrade of its telecoms 5G network, two people with knowledge of the matter said on Sunday.
Britain is expected to make a final call on how to deploy Huawei equipment technologies in its future 5G networks later this month.
On Sunday, the security minister Brandon Lewis told the BBC, a decision would be taken “relatively soon”.
The delegation of the US is expected to include deputy national security adviser Matt Pottinger.
The two people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
The minister of UK must weigh US-led allegations that the equipment could be used for Chinese state spying against.
The relationship of Britain
The relationship of Britain with Beijing and industry warnings that banning the firm outright would cost billions of dollars.
Huawei, the world’s largest maker of mobile networking equipment, has repeatedly denied that its equipment could be used for spying.
A company spokesman has previously said UK lawmakers had confirmed.
Huawei equipment would not be deployed in networks used for intelligence sharing.
One US senator has introduced a bill that would prevent the United States from sharing intelligence
With countries that allow Huawei Technologies to operate 5G network technology.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had been expected to press British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab over Huawei
When the pair met in Washington last week.
British defence Minister Ben Wallace told the Sunday Times that US President Donald Trump.
And his advisers have threatened to cut off some intelligence to the UK
If the National Security Council gives Huawei a green light.
“It’s not a secret. They have been consistent.
Those things will be taken into account when the government collectively decides to make a decision on it,” Wallace said.