Country’s foreign minister says both entities need to decide whether to exclude telecom giant from their markets
Poland’s internal affairs minister has called for the EU and Nato to take a “joint stance” on Huawei after an employee of the Chinese telecommunications equipment maker was arrested on spying charges.
Huawei on Saturday sacked the Chinese employee, Wang Weijing, following his arrest and that of a former Polish security official on Friday. The two men could be held for three months.
Link : Poland calls for ‘joint’ EU-Nato stance on Huawei after spying arrest