Huawei is ready to conclude anti-spyware agreements with all countries.
The founder of Huawei promised to close the company in case it would be forced to build backdoors into the equipment.
The Chinese telecommunications company Huawei is ready to sign exclusive espionage agreements with governments that allow it to participate in the deployment of 5G networks. This was announced on Tuesday by the chairman of the technogiant Liang Hua.
“We are ready to sign agreements to prevent espionage with governments, including the UK, and to bring our equipment into compliance with the standards of“ no espionage, no backdoors, ”said Liang at a press conference in London.
Recently, billionaire founder of Chinese telecommunications giant Ren Zhenfei promised to close the company in case they were forced to build backdoors into the equipment.
It is doubtful that this promise will affect the position of the United States, which calls on other countries to abandon Huawei equipment in connection with the danger of espionage from the Chinese government. According to Reuters, it is expected that US President Donald Trump will sign an order prohibiting US companies from using equipment from manufacturers that "pose a threat to national security," which most likely will apply to Huawei.
As previously reported, the UK authorities are considering the possibility of postponing the deployment of 5G networks if restrictions are imposed on the use of Huawei equipment. The final decision will be made on the basis of our own research of the supply chain of telecommunications equipment.