Britain and EU say they won’t ban Huawei from 5G network construction

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson convened the British National Security Council on the morning of the 28th local time to discuss whether to allow Chinese companies to participate in the construction of the UK’s 5G network. The British government confirmed after the meeting that Huawei would be allowed limited participation in the construction of the UK’s 5G network, Sky News reported.

The UK has excluded Huawei from “security-related” and “criticalsecurity” network construction, Reuters reported. According to The Independent, Huawei can only participate in the construction of peripheral networks, the market share of up to 35%.

In addition, according to Agence France-Presse reported that the EU’s high-level officials said on the 28th, will not ban Huawei in the EU to participate in 5G construction, but the EU will conduct a rigorous review. The senior EU official said it was a matter of setting the rules and that the EU’s requirements and rules would be very strict.

Britain and EU say they won't ban Huawei from 5G network construction