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Huawei affair : China accused of two Canadians of espionage

China has accused two detained Canadians of espionage. Both of them had been imprisoned after the financial boss of Chinese telecoms giant Huawei, Meng Wanzhou,

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Huawei affair : China accused of two Canadians of espionage

China has accused two detained Canadians of espionage. Both of them had been imprisoned after the financial boss of Chinese telecoms giant Huawei, Meng Wanzhou, had been arrested in Canada. Diplomats saw a retaliation of China. Only three days after the fundamental decision of the canadian government, that the daughter of the group-may green be the founder extradited at the Request of the United States, collected the authorities in Beijing on Monday, the spying allegations.

former canadian Diplomat and current representatives of the independent Crisis Group, Michael Kovrig, have been working "as a spy, the Chinese state secrets and secret information to be stolen," - quoted by the official Xinhua news Agency, the legal Committee of the Communist party. The also arrested Korea expert and business man Michael Spavor was his most important contact, and I provided him with secret information.

Earlier it was reported that Meng Wanzhou has sued the canadian government. At the time of their arrest around three months she had been held for hours in violation of their constitutional rights, searched, and interrogated.

The daughter of Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei was on 1. December in Vancouver. This was done at the Request of the United States in connection with the investigation of possible breaches of Iran sanctions in the United States.

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to order, in the Meantime, Weng is on bail walking free, but under house arrest. The US government demands the extradition of the Manager. This Wednesday, the Supreme court of justice of the province of British Columbia want to deal with the case and a hearing schedule.

Also, the Chinese network equipment supplier Huawei is working on a report in the newspaper, according to a lawsuit in this case against the US government. Huawei would take action against US had been says authorities to use the Chinese products, reported the New York Times on Monday, citing familiar with the matter people. It is likely that the group will argue that it was a punishment without a previous process, and thus a political act. Huawei wanted to comment on the report.

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Currently, the industry leader is due to the capture of Meng Wanzhou, already legal action against the canadian government, the border authorities and the Federal police. (dpa, Reuters)

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