Huawei’s response to the future political development of Huawei in the UK

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Original title: Huawei’s UK spokesman responds to “UK ban decision”: Unfortunately, Huawei’s future development in the UK has been politicized
[global network report] just now, British culture minister Oliver Dowden announced that the UK has decided to stop using Huawei equipment in 5g construction. In response, Edward Brewster, a spokesman for Huawei in the UK, said in a statement that the decision was disappointing and was bad news for all mobile phone users in the UK. Unfortunately, Huawei’s future development in the UK has been politicized. The move stems from US trade policy, not security issues.
The following is the full text of Huawei’s statement:
The decision was disappointing and bad news for all mobile phone users in the UK. This could put the UK in the slow lane of digital development, increase consumer spending on communications and deepen the digital divide. We urge the government to reconsider this decision. We are confident that the new US regulations will not affect the resilience and safety of our products for the UK.
Unfortunately, Huawei’s future development in the UK has been politicized. The move stems from US trade policy, not security issues. Over the past 20 years, Huawei has focused on building better network connectivity in the UK. As a responsible enterprise, we will continue to support our customers as always.
We will take a closer look at the impact of today’s statement on our future UK business and communicate with the UK government on how we will continue to help build better Internet connectivity in the UK.