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Britain refuses to participate Huawei in the 5G Huawei fights in Britain

Britain refuses to participate Huawei in the 5G

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- After the British Prime Minister, Joris Johnson, passed the infection with the Corona virus, and left the hospital, Huawei, the Chinese telecom company, began to fight a war with the British Parliament, which decided to suspend its participation in the deployment of 5G networks.

Huawei said that disabling its participation would cause "damage" in Britain, referring to the pressure on the Internet that coincided with the spread of the Corona virus and the quarantine imposed on the British.

The British government had agreed at the beginning of the year 2020, that Huawei would have a limited role in building new networks in the country, but members of Parliament in the ruling Conservative Party recently hinted that they would work to change this situation.

The company said in an open letter that it focuses on continuing communication between people in Britain during the Covid 19 crisis. However, the epidemic may increase pressure on the government to adopt a tougher approach with the company.

Huawei says it is still working with partners in Britain, such as Vodafone, and EE, to cope with the increased pressure on the Internet that coincided with the spread of the Covid 19 virus, and had established warehouses across the country to ensure the availability of spare parts.

Britain prevented Huawei from accessing the most sensitive parts of its mobile communications networks, and restricted its participation at the same time to about 35 percent in the side parts, including radio masts.

But critics say that letting the Chinese company take a risk role is because of fears that Beijing will force the company to spy on communications or even sabotage it.

The Corona virus crisis highlighted the tension between security and the economy, which made the subject more contentious.

On the one hand, there is an urgent need for abundant communications to boost economic growth.

Supporters of Huawei's role say that excluding them will slow down more and faster networks that depend on them, and increase their costs.

On the other hand, however, there is anger directed at China by some parties because of its mismanagement - according to what is being circulated - of the spread of Covid-19 at the beginning, and there are wider concerns about increasing dependence on its companies and its technology.


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