Huawei responds to the arrest of employees in Poland: termination of employment on suspicion of personal crime

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 Huawei responds to the arrest of employees in Poland: termination of employment on suspicion of personal crime


Huaweis official response is as follows:

Wang Weijing, an employee of Huaweis Polish representative office, was arrested and investigated on suspicion of violating Polish law for personal reasons. The incident has had a negative impact on Huaweis global reputation. According to the relevant management regulations of the companys labor contract, Huawei decided to terminate its employment relationship with Wang Weijing immediately.

Huawei has always complied with all applicable laws and regulations of the country in which it operates, and required all employees to abide by the laws and regulations of the country in which it operates.

According to information from various sources, Wang Weijing, a Chinese citizen involved in the case, is the Minister of Public Relations of Huawei Poland Limited. According to Maciej Wasik, a head of Polish intelligence, the Polish National Security Agency has searched Huaweis local office. On Thursday, Polish courts decided to detain the two men for three months. If the charges are finally established, they will face up to 10 yearsimprisonment. In response on November 11, Huawei said: Huawei has always complied with all applicable laws and regulations in the country where it operates, and required all employees to abide by the laws and regulations in the country where it operates.

On January 12, the Chinese Foreign Ministry responded to the detention of a Huawei Polish company employee by the Polish Internal Security Bureau on the 8th: China pays great attention to Wang Weijings detention by the Polish Internal Security Bureau. The Chinese Embassy in Poland has met with the Polish Foreign Ministry for the first time and asked the Polish side to inform the Chinese side as soon as possible about the case, arrange consular visits as soon as possible, and deal with this matter in accordance with the law, fairness and properly. The lawful rights, interests, safety and humanitarian treatment of the parties concerned shall be effectively guaranteed in the case.

Poland arrested a suspected Huawei employee on charges of espionage

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs responded late at night to the detention of Huawei employees in Poland: great concern

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that it was highly concerned about Wang Weijings detention by the Polish Internal Security Bureau. The Chinese Embassy in Poland had made an appointment with the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the first time. It asked the Polish side to inform the Chinese side of the case as soon as possible, arrange consular visits as soon as possible, handle the case in accordance with the law, fairly and properly, and ensure the legitimate rights, security and humanitarian treatment of the parties.