Trump personally admitted that he threatened many countries to ban Huawei, Hua Chunying hit back

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On the 14th, the United Kingdom announced the ban on Huawei 5G. On the same day, Trump admitted in his speech that he had used threats of business dealings with the United States as an excuse to”persistently persuade” many countries to ban Huawei and use the British move as his credit.

On July 15, 2020, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying hosted a regular reporter Yes, the following is part of the record.

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Reporter asked :According to reports, US President Trump publicly admitted at the White House press conference on the 14th, saying that he persuaded many countries not to use Huawei. Do not use Huawei if you want to do business with the United States, otherwise it will affect the relations between the countries concerned and the United States. What’s China’s comment on this?

Hua Chunying:This proves once again that the decision to ban Huawei is not related to national security, but is highly politicized. It also shows the world again that it is not China, but the United States, that threatens, threatens, and intimidates everywhere.

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On July 15, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying held a regular press conference. A reporter asked that the British government will prohibit telecom operators from buying any 5G equipment from Huawei from the end of this year, and remove all existing Huawei equipment from the 5G network by 2027. What is China’s comment?

Hua Chunying said that in the absence of any conclusive evidence, the British side used unexplained risks as an excuse to cooperate with the United States to repeatedly discriminate and exclude Chinese companies, and openly violated market economic principles and free trade. The rules violate the relevant commitments already made by the British side, seriously damage the legitimate interests of Chinese enterprises, and seriously impact the foundation of mutual trust in Sino-British cooperation. China strongly opposes this.

Hua Chunying pointed out that This is not a problem for an enterprise or an industry, but a problem for the British side to highly politicize commercial and technical issues at any cost. The obvious threat is our confidence in whether the British market can remain open, fair and non-discriminatory.

Hua Chunying emphasized that China is seriously concerned about this. China will fully and seriously evaluate this incident and take all necessary measures to safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese enterprises.