Foreign media: Huawei applied to Canada to suspend the extradition of Meng Wanzhou to the United States

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 Foreign media: Huawei applied to Canada to suspend the extradition of Meng Wanzhou to the United States


According to reports, shortly after Meng Wanzhou was detained by Canadian police, trump told reporters: if I think this is conducive to reaching the largest trade agreement in history - which is a very important thing - and is conducive to national security, if I think it is necessary, I will intervene. Huawei lawyers called Trumps willingness to intervene in the case a sign of rudeness and foreboding.. In addition, Huawei lawyers also said that the United States misled Canada in the evidence aspect in the case against Meng Wanzhou, saying the omission was far below the expected standards of diligence, frankness and accuracy.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }Meng Wanzhou is the daughter of Zhengfei, the founder of Huawei, and the chief financial officer of Huawei. The Chinese technology giant Huawei Technology Co., Ltd. is the core of the next generation of 5g wireless technology, so the trump government tried to kill Huawei. In December 2018, Meng Wanzhou was arrested by Canadian police when he made a connecting flight at Vancouver International Airport. The United States claims that Meng Wanzhou has violated U.S. sanctions against Iran, while Meng Wanzhou insists that he is innocent in the face of pressure from the United States and Canada. She has been under house arrest in Vancouver since she was detained in Canada. In May, a Canadian judge ruled that Meng Wanzhou had reached the standard of dual criminality. It is reported that the hearing on Meng Wanzhous extradition case is expected to end at the end of April 2021, although both sides can appeal the final decision. On January 28, 2019, US acting attorney general Whitaker, commerce secretary Ross, Homeland Security Secretary Nelson and the director of the Federal Bureau of investigation held a joint press conference at the US Department of justice, announcing the formal request for the extradition of Meng Wanzhou and the prosecution of Huawei on 23 charges. In response, Huawei said it was disappointed with the charges against the company. Subsequently, Geng Shuang, then spokesman of the Ministry of foreign affairs of the peoples Republic of China, made a solemn stand at the regular press conference, accusing the United States and Canada of abusing the bilateral extradition treaty between the two countries and seriously violating the legitimate rights and interests of citizens of the peoples Republic of China, and urged the United States to revoke the arrest warrant and stop issuing formal extradition requests. Former Australian Prime Minister: the United States should consider the case of Meng Wanzhou as a civil case. Kang Mingkais wife expresses disappointment at Trudeaus refusal to release Meng Wanzhou. Kang Mingkais wife is disappointed in refusing to release Meng Wanzhou: she should not yield to the bullying of the United States. Source: South plus responsibility editor: Liu Xiaowu_ NN4113

Meng Wanzhou is the daughter of Zhengfei, the founder of Huawei, and the chief financial officer of Huawei. The Chinese technology giant Huawei Technology Co., Ltd. is the core of the next generation of 5g wireless technology, so the trump government tried to kill Huawei. In December 2018, Meng Wanzhou was arrested by Canadian police when he made a connecting flight at Vancouver International Airport. The United States claims that Meng Wanzhou has violated U.S. sanctions against Iran, while Meng Wanzhou insists that he is innocent in the face of pressure from the United States and Canada. She has been under house arrest in Vancouver since she was detained in Canada. In May, a Canadian judge ruled that Meng Wanzhou had reached the standard of dual criminality. It is reported that the hearing on Meng Wanzhous extradition case is expected to end at the end of April 2021, although both sides can appeal the final decision.

On January 28, 2019, US acting attorney general Whitaker, commerce secretary Ross, Homeland Security Secretary Nelson and the director of the Federal Bureau of investigation held a joint press conference at the US Department of justice, announcing the formal request for the extradition of Meng Wanzhou and the prosecution of Huawei on 23 charges. In response, Huawei said it was disappointed with the charges against the company. Subsequently, Geng Shuang, then spokesman of the Ministry of foreign affairs of the peoples Republic of China, made a solemn stand at the regular press conference, accusing the United States and Canada of abusing the bilateral extradition treaty between the two countries and seriously violating the legitimate rights and interests of citizens of the peoples Republic of China, and urged the United States to revoke the arrest warrant and stop issuing formal extradition requests.