China urged the Indian government to take “Neutral stance” on Huawei’s operations in the country without being guided by the US embargo on the products of China’s giant telecommunications company and provide an “unbiased and non-discriminatory” environment for Chinese enterprises, Indian media reported
The United States has banned Huawei in its country due to security concerns, and Washington has been pressing other countries to restrict the operations of China Telecom.
However, India has not yet determined whether it intends to impose restrictions on Huawei or allow the China telecom equipment manufacturing company in the next generation 5 trials, which are scheduled to begin within the next 100 days.
Earlier this month, India’s communications minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said India had security problems in allowing Huawei to participate in next-generation experiments and “will take a firm view on this issue,” adding that there are also security problems, which are not is a technical issue only with respect to its participation in the fifth generation networks, which is not conditional upon the start of the experiment.
“China strongly opposes any other country in the exercise of unilateral sanctions on the basis of its domestic law, and we also oppose the use of security as a key term for abuse of export control,” said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang. “I think more and more Of the countries expressed their impartial stance regarding Huawei’s participation in the fifth generation, and we hope that India will issue an independent ruling and provide a fair, unbiased and non-discriminatory environment for Chinese enterprises for mutual benefit. ”
Concerns over Huawei’s overseas operations have grown after China issued a new security law that requires Chinese companies to “provide the necessary support, assistance and cooperation” with the work of national intelligence, if requested.