WARSAW (reuters) – The United States of america and Poland, believe in providers of 5G network gear should be thoroughly assessed for international control of the government, in a joint statement, which was signed on Monday, said that if Washington and its press allies to join China in 5G networks.
The Polish President, Andrzej Duda, and U.S. Vice-President Mike Pence speaks during a news conference in Warsaw, Poland, September 2, 2019. Slawomir Kaminski/Agencja Gazeta via REUTERS
Chinese telecom giant Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., has denied U.S. allegations that its equipment is on the door for Beijing’s intelligence services, during a time when the two countries have been embroiled in a trade war.
Huawei has a strong foothold in Poland, a close ally of the President, Donald Trump, the administration has recommended that a national football hero, the Veteran, in the ad.
“All countries need to ensure that only the trusted and reliable vendors, to participate in networks,” the statement, signed by the AMERICAN Vice-President, Michael Pence, and the Polish Prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki in Warsaw, said.
In the statement, said it is important to check whether or not the vendor is controlled by a foreign government, and it has a transparent ownership structure and transparent corporate practices.
Huawei continues to be under scrutiny in Poland, where the authorities arrested a Chinese employee of Huawei, and is a former Polish security guard on the spying allegations, between January and April.
Huawei denies any allegations of spying.
“The Polish security services and the conduct of business in the area, they will discover the actions that can be qualified as an act of espionage-a sign that,” the Polish President, Andrzej Duda, said at a joint press conference with the Pennies.
The rule of LAW
Pence also said that he had talked to Duda and the importance of the independence of the judiciary, but did not offer any direct criticism of Poland’s.
In the land of the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, for which Duda is coming off, it pushed through a series of the powers conferred by the rights groups and the European Commission, is said to have threatened the rule of law and increases the government’s control over the Polish courts of law.
“As I’ve already said, president of Duda, we are grateful for his commitment to the strengthening of the foundations of the rule of law in Poland,” Pence said.
Pence also said that Washington was making a decision about inclusion of Poland in the country of the visa waiver program, adding it was a “matter of weeks”.
Reporting by Alexandra Alper; Writing by Marcin Goclowski; Editing by Alan Charlish and Frances Kerry