The British government's review of the Huawei5G has been going on for a long time. Using Huawei5G, it emerged on January 8 that Britain would make a final decision later this month. In response, the US plans to launch a \"last round of pressure \"on its allies. Sources described the Trump administration as \"loaded.\"
On the same day that reuters reported, hawk senator tom koton proposed a bill that would stop the us sharing intelligence with its allies if they used Huawei5g.
Despite the \"vendor self-censorship\" segment, observer net noted that the uk government had set up a department called the Huawei cyber security assessment centre's supervisory board (hcsec) since 2011 and issued five \"Huawei cybersecurity reports \"annually since 2014. In its latest report, released in march 2019, the uk's national cyber security centre has made clear that \"no evidence has been found of any malicious cyber activity by the chinese government through Huawei\".
But while british telecoms operators have begun working with Huawei, british officials have so far said nothing about whether the country's 5g construction will purchase Huawei equipment. Late last year (December 29,2019), British intelligence was revealed to have allowed the government to purchase Huawei5G \"non-core \"components. But the news has not been confirmed by british authorities.
And the british government, struggling with Brexit, seems in no hurry to decide whether to introduce Huawei5g. The government announced in november that a review of the Huawei would conclude on december 12,2019, after britain's general election. Now that the results of the general election have confirmed that Boris Johnson's Conservative Party is \"a success \", Reuters says the British government will make a final decision on \"Huawei5G\" in late January.
First Reuters cited two sources on January 8 as saying Deputy U.S. National Security Adviser Matt Pottinger had planned to lead the team to London this week to discuss the matter with British officials. But due to the weather, the trip was cancelled at the last moment.
Second, U.S. Secretary of State met with British Foreign Secretary Robert Rabb on January 9, local time, to test the pressure on the Huawei5G issue. However, observers noted that the guardian, reuters, bbc and other british media reports of high-ranking british and american diplomatic meetings, only said the two discussed iran, did not specify whether the talks involved Huawei5g.
Finally, on January 8, U.S. Republican Senator Tom Cotton proposed a bill threatening U.S. allies using Huawei5G technology and equipment that would ban intelligence-sharing with the United States. The bill has only two pages, and there is no superfluous introduction on the U.S. Capitol website. But corton explains on his official website for the bill:\" if any country allows china to casually collect intelligence, the u.s. should not share valuable intelligence resources with these countries.\"
Cotton has shown a strong stance on Huawei. Cotton, for example, has legislated to require u.s. rural operators to \"go Huawei\" and provide $700 million\" break-up fees \"to the latter. In may last year, when Huawei was unprovoked in america's so-called \"list of entities \", kotton celebrated on social media as \"Huawei5g dead \".
In recent years, individual countries have peddled so-called \"Huawei threats \", spreading the \"technology cold war\" cloud, trying to build a \"wall\" for the global telecommunications industry. China's ambassador to the uk, liu xiaoming, wrote in the sunday telegraph on january 5th that no country, no organization, no company or no one could produce conclusive evidence that Huawei products pose a security threat.
“'s abandonment of its 5G partnership with Huawei has undoubtedly meant a huge loss of time, cost and market competitiveness. Several UK telecoms operators have made it clear that banning Huawei equipment would delay the UK's 5G network by two to three years and leave Britain behind in the fourth industrial revolution. Britain is known for its openness and tolerance, banning the Huawei will not only affect Huawei operating in the UK, but also undermine its own international image, undermine foreign investors'confidence in the UK's future, and will have a negative impact on China-UK cooperation."