Portuguese Prime Minister Against Discrimination against Foreign Ministries of Investment of Non-EU Countries: Objectivity and Rationality

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 Portuguese Prime Minister Against Discrimination against Foreign Ministries of Investment of Non-EU Countries: Objectivity and Rationality


On March 6, 2019, foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang held a regular press conference.

Q: In an interview with the Financial Times recently, Portuguese Prime Minister Costa said that EU countries should not abuse security censorship to discriminate against investments from non-EU countries. Portugal understands the concerns of the countries concerned about the possible risks of participating in the 5G network in China, but believes that the process of European digital infrastructure modernization should not be stopped accordingly. We also noted that on March 5, Huawei Network Security Transparency Center opened in Brussels. Relevant Huawei officials appealed to relevant governments and industries to jointly establish unified and objective network security standards. Whats your comment on this?

A: We believe that Prime Minister Costas relevant statements are objective and rational. Over a period of time, more and more people from various countries have shown a fair attitude towards the participation of Chinese science and technology enterprises in 5G construction. During the Global Mobile Conference, which ended last week, Huawei was able to sign cooperation agreements with multinational enterprises, which shows that most countries can make policy choices in their own interests independently, and most enterprises are still committed to maintaining a fair and just market environment.

Network security is a global issue, which concerns the common interests of all countries and needs to be maintained by the international community. China advocates that the international community, on the basis of mutual respect, equality and mutual benefit, jointly address cyber security threats through dialogue and cooperation. Frankly speaking, if we allow abuse of security excuses to destroy the market environment and obstruct international cooperation to flourish, it will ultimately be more affected by those economies with more developed industries and technological levels. We believe that the establishment of a unified, objective, open and transparent network security standard is a constructive initiative. Source: Global Times - Global Network. More exciting, please log on to the World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Li Wan_B11284

Network security is a global issue, which concerns the common interests of all countries and needs to be maintained by the international community. China advocates that the international community, on the basis of mutual respect, equality and mutual benefit, jointly address cyber security threats through dialogue and cooperation. Frankly speaking, if we allow abuse of security excuses to destroy the market environment and obstruct international cooperation to flourish, it will ultimately be more affected by those economies with more developed industries and technological levels. We believe that the establishment of a unified, objective, open and transparent network security standard is a constructive initiative.