The tweet was then forwarded to the U.S. State Departments official account.
On the evening of the 15th local time, the official website of the US State Department announced an official statement that it would impose visa restrictions on some employees of Chinese technology companies such as Huawei. Today, the U.S. State Department has imposed visa restrictions on certain employees of Chinese technology companies, the statement said. According to section 212 (a) (3) (c) of the immigration and Nationality Act of the United States, if the Secretary of state of the United States has reason to believe that the entry of certain foreigners will have a potentially serious adverse effect on the foreign policy of the United States, the United States will allow certain foreigners to enter the country.
In this regard, Huawei accepted the title on the 16th: Huaweis operation is independent of the Chinese government. We are a private, employee owned company. We are disappointed by this unfair and arbitrary move to restrict the visa of our employees, who have continued to contribute to technological innovation in the United States and around the world.
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