Tuesday may be a skæbnedag for the chinese huawei's future ability to deliver the equipment to the mobile network in the Uk.
Prime minister Boris Johnson is expected to exclude Huawei from participating in the development of the 5G network.
It learned the newspaper The Telegraph at the beginning of July.
on Tuesday, meet at the national security council with Johnson for the chair to discuss the matter, writes the news agency Reuters.
on Tuesday afternoon, minister of culture of Oliver Dowden to inform the house of Commons on the decision of the council.
In advance Huawei is on the black list in the UNITED states, which has prohibited the country's telecom operators to use the company's 5G equipment. The company is also imposed trade restrictions.
The u.s. government has, according to Reuters attempted to persuade its allies to do the same.
the UNITED states justifies it with the fact that Huawei poses a security threat because of alleged close ties to China's government or military.
Huawei has denied the accusations and insists that the group is independent.
In January, Boris Johnson the green light to, that Huawei could deliver something of the technology for the 5G network, but the UNITED states has put pressure on Johnson to get him to change the resolution, writes Reuters.
minister of Culture Oliver Dowden has previously said that it will possibly be necessary to review huawei's approval.
the Concern arises, according to government sources in, to Huawei as a result of the US's sanctions must resort to the unknown and untested components, which can be misused for surveillance, writes Bloomberg News.
Huawei and its uk customers such as British Telecom (BT), Vodafone and Three are now waiting for to see how extensive any ban will be, and how quickly it should be implemented.
According to Philip Jansen, managing director of BT, the company has a need for at least five years, and ideally seven, to remove Huawei from the leverandørlisten.
- If we get into a situation where things need to go very, very quickly, so it can potentially hit the service for BT Group's 24 million mobile customers, said Jansen on Monday, according to Reuters.
Vodafone has indicated that it will cost a one-digit billions' of pounds to replace all the equipment from Huawei.