The British Prime Minister announced that Huawei will be banned from entering the UK 5G, and the Huawei British Chairman announced his early resignation
[Southern China+July 14th] According to British media reports, British Prime Minister Johnson ordered that all Huawei technologies will be released by 2027 The device was stripped from the UK’s 5G network. At about the same time, John Browne, chairman of Huawei UK, announced his early resignation from the chairmanship of Huawei’s board of directors.
According to reports, on the morning of the 14th local time in the UK, in the UK At the National Security Council meeting held on Downing Street in the Prime Minister’s residence, the British Prime Minister Johnson and some senior ministers agreed to remove Huawei technology in the next 7 years, and Johnson also banned British Telecom from purchasing any new technology from Huawei after the end of this year. 5G equipment.
In January this year, Prime Minister Johnson confirmed that Huawei will be able to The construction of the”non-core” part of the UK 5G network requires additional conditions. Six months later, Johnson accepted the recommendations of the National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) and decided to follow the US choice:sanctions against Huawei. However, his decision was met with dissatisfaction from some cabinet ministers. British Sky TV said there was some”tensile communication” during the National Security Council meeting.
Also according to British media reports, it was almost announced by Johnson At the same time as sanctioning Huawei, John Browne, the former CEO of BP and the current chairman of Huawei UK, informed Huawei that he would resign in September, and his term of office will expire in March next year. A Huawei spokesperson said in an email statement:“When Lord Brown became the chairman of Huawei’s UK board of directors in 2015, he brought a wealth of experience that is critical to ensuring Huawei’s commitment to corporate governance in the UK.” “ He has been at the core of our commitment here for more than 20 years, and we thank him for his valuable contribution.”