2020-07-16

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After a lapse of half a year, the British government’s attitude towards Huawei has undergone a”reversal” and it has refused Huawei’s participation in the country’s 5G network construction.

Britain bans Huawei from participating in 5G construction

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on July 14th local time,Britain will stop purchasing Huawei 5G equipment from the end of this year, and the UK will stop using all Huawei 5G equipment by 2027.

This decision means that the British government’s attitude towards Huawei has undergone a major change, after the UK allowed British companies to use 35%of Huawei equipment in 5G construction.

Multiple statements:It’s not wise to disable Huawei

1Britain users’ mobile phone signal may be interrupted

Britain’s major telecom operators all use Huawei equipment in their network deployments, which means that Huawei is abandoned The move to dismantle Huawei equipment in telecommunications networks will not only affect the speed of 5G network construction in the UK, but will also seriously affect 2G, 3G and 4G network services.

Andrea Dona, head of Vodafone UK Network, warned that if you replace Huawei equipment in a telecom base station, will result in the inability to provide telecom service business, causing the user’s mobile phone signal to be interrupted for several days. Long.

2will cause economic losses of hundreds of millions of pounds in the UK

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On July 14, the British Minister of Culture Oliver Dawden announced the final decision on Huawei to the Parliament.

Britain Minister of Culture Oliver Dawden said that the British government’s decision will cause the UK’s 5G construction plan to be postponed for a year, and it is expected to bring about 500 million pounds of economic losses; the total dismantling of Huawei equipment in 7 years will make The construction of 5G in the UK has been further postponed for 2 to 3 years, and brought about hundreds of millions of pounds additional economic losses.

At the same time, Johnson’s promise of “planning to achieve nationwide Gigabit broadband coverage by 2025” will not be realized.

Huawei’s position

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Huawei British company spokesman Edward Brewster (Source:London Broadcasting Corporation website)

Regarding the decision made by the British government, Huawei British company spokesman Edward Brewster said that the British government’s decision was disappointing, which is bad news for all mobile phone users in the UK. This may put the UK in the slow lane of digital development, increase consumer communication expenses, and deepen the digital divide. This move will reduce the level of development in the UK, and we urge the government to reconsider this decision.

Brewster said that Huawei’s development in the UK was politicized. This move stems from US trade policies, not security issues. Over the past 20 years, Huawei has focused on building better network connections in the UK. As a responsible enterprise, Huawei will continue to provide support to customers. Huawei said it will carefully examine the impact of today’s statement on future UK business and communicate with the British government to clarify how it will continue to help the UK build better network connections.

China’s position

China’s ambassador to the UK Liu Xiaoming said, If the UK uses Huawei, it is not for China, but based on the UK’s own interests. But if the UK is willing to buy products of inferior quality to Huawei at high prices, this is the UK’s own decision.

He said:At present, Huawei has operated in 170 countries, one country has abandoned Huawei, and there are 169 countries. When one door is closed, the other door will open. The more faced with pressure from the so-called superpowers and their allies, the stronger Huawei will become.

Producer:Wei Jing

Editor:Deng Chenxi

Review:Hou Jiahui

Editor:Zhao Yujing

Source:Central Radio and Television Global Times, CCTV News Client