Huawei responded to Mengs extradition by the US side: hope to return Mengs freedom as soon as possible

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 Huawei responded to Mengs extradition by the US side: hope to return Mengs freedom as soon as possible


Canadian Globe Post quoted Canadian Ambassador to the United States McNaughton as saying that the United States has informed the Canadian government that the United States plans to formally request the extradition of Meng Wanzhou, Huaweis chief financial officer, to the United States for trial. In response, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying said Tuesday that the Bangladesh Event was an abuse of extradition treaties between the United States and Canada. China urged the United States to correct its mistakes and not to submit formal extradition requests to Canada. Huawei also said it had taken note of the relevant reports and would closely follow the progress of the incident. Huawei calls Huawei to abide by all applicable laws and regulations in the country where it operates, including those applicable to the United Nations, the United States and the European Union for export control and sanctions. Huawei hopes that the U.S. and Canadian governments will return Ms. Mengs freedom as soon as possible, and believes that the follow-up legal system of Canada and the United States will reach a fair conclusion. Source: Responsible Editor of Netease Science and Technology Report: Qiao Junyi_NBJ11279

Canadian Globe Post quoted Canadian Ambassador to the United States McNaughton as saying that the United States has informed the Canadian government that the United States plans to formally request the extradition of Meng Wanzhou, Huaweis chief financial officer, to the United States for trial. In response, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying said Tuesday that the Bangladesh Event was an abuse of extradition treaties between the United States and Canada. China urged the United States to correct its mistakes and not to submit formal extradition requests to Canada.

Huawei also said it had taken note of the relevant reports and would closely follow the progress of the incident.

Huawei calls Huawei to abide by all applicable laws and regulations in the country where it operates, including those applicable to the United Nations, the United States and the European Union for export control and sanctions. Huawei hopes that the U.S. and Canadian governments will return Ms. Mengs freedom as soon as possible, and believes that the follow-up legal system of Canada and the United States will reach a fair conclusion.