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By Jerom Bolt
Huawei has challenged at the European Commission the signing by Romania and Poland of memoranda with the United States by which the Chinese company’s equipment cannot be used for 5G telecommunications networks, shows an official document obtained by the Politico.eu website quoted by Mediafax.
Chinese telecommunications group Huawei has sent a letter to European Commission Executive Vice President Margrethe Vestager, responsible for EU digital policies, challenging measures taken by Romania and Poland. The letter was sent to the European Commission on September 11, but was obtained by the Politico.eu website at the end of October, following a request for access to official documents.
“In the perspective of our next meeting, I am writing to you about the recent legislative proposals in Romania and Poland in the field of 5G network security, which aim to exclude Huawei due to geographical origin. Both Romania and Poland have signed a joint agreement with the US a memorandum of understanding on 5G security, which aims to exclude suppliers on the basis of biased and ambiguous criteria targeting some 5G equipment suppliers due to their geographical origin “, writes the Belgian subsidiary of Huawei in the notification sent to the Executive Vice President of the European Commission, Margrethe Vestager.
“These legislative proposals will reduce competition, which will affect European industry, the European economy, weakening Europe’s digital resilience. We are planning huge investments in Europe, not by buying European start-ups, but by building production units that will We have been present in Europe for 20 years and are considered a reliable company, and through these and other measures, many people consider us a European company, however, our investment plans in Europe they are in danger because these legislative proposals are designed in breach of EU regulations. Huawei objects to these legislative proposals which run counter to the fundamental principles of the EU, “the Chinese telecommunications company said in a letter to the European Commission.
The Donald Trump administration has imposed limits on Huawei’s cooperation with US companies and urged allies to take similar measures, citing risks to national security.
In response to Huawei’s grievances, the European Commission stated, according to Politico.eu, that “the European Union has taken an objective and risk-based approach to the cyber security of 5G networks. These measures are non-discriminatory, in the sense that they do not a specific supplier or a country. Member States have the right to decide whether to exclude companies from markets for reasons of national security, “a European Commission spokesman explained.

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