Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou is administered by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) personnel, and during her arrival at the Vancouver International airport where she was arrested on a U.S. warrant in a still image from the video in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada, December 1, 2018 and is to be released on August 21 of 2019. Canada border services agency/handout via REUTERS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY.
OTTAWA (Reuters) – the chinese embassy in Canada said on Thursday that bilateral relations have suffered from gross difficulties,” and demanded that Ottawa is a free, Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou.
Relations have been icy since the Mix had been in Vancouver this past December, is an AMERICAN to do so. China has been charged with two Canadians of espionage, and did not stop the imports of rape seeds by a seed, and meat products from Canada.
The canadian Prime minister, Justin Trudeau on Wednesday said that his government has no plan to back down in the dispute, and would have to defend Canada’s interests.
In response to Trudeau’s speech to the embassy, told Reuters that China would always defend its own interests.
“China adheres to the principle of equal treatment between all countries, no matter big or small. … Of China-Canada relations are now suffering from a gross difficulty, and on the Canadian side, are the cause of this is,” the embassy said in an e-mail.
“Canada needs a release, Ms. Meng Wanzhou, immediately and arrange for its safe return to China to bring bilateral relations back on the right track,” the embassy said.
- Pompeo says He is that AMERICAN officials are focusing on the release of two Canadians in China
Trudeau, Canadian Minister of Foreign affairs, Chrystia Freeland met US Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, in Ottawa for talks on Thursday.
Pompeo is assured, europe and asia and that U.s. officials were working to bring the two Canadian men.
“Please be advised that our team is focused on helping the two Canadians be released,” Pompeo said. “It is wrong for them to be locked up.”
Reporting by David Ljunggren; editing by Chizu Nomiyama and Jonathan Oatis