China has noticed this Saturday Canada that there will be "serious consequences" if not immediately released to the financial director of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, calling the case "extremely despicable".
Meng Wanzhou , the vice-president and responsible financial of Huawei on a global level, as well as the daughter of the founder of the company, was arrested in Canada on 1 December, and is facing extradition to the U.S., who claims that she hid the links of your company with a company that tried to sell the material to Iran despite the sanctions.
If he is extradited to the U.S., Meng will face charges for conspiracy to defraud several financial institutions, as described in a canadian court last Friday, with a sentence of up to 30 years in prison for each charge.
By the time he has not taken any decision on the extradition, after six hours of arguments and counter-arguments, so the hearing was adjourned until the next Monday.China has summoned the canadian ambassador
In a brief statement, the Foreign Ministry of China said that the deputy minister of Foreign affairs, Le Yucheng , had been referred to the Canadian ambassador in Beijing, a notice to release Meng, convocándole to give a "strong protest".
The arrest of Meng by Canada at the request of the U.S. while I was doing a transfer plane in the Vancouver it was a serious infringement of the legal rights, pointed out to Him.
This action "ignored the law, was not reasonable" and was by nature "extremely despicable".
"China strongly urges the part of canada to release promptly to the person arrested, and protect seriously its legitimate legal rights, or in the opposite case, Canada must accept full responsibility for the serious consequences caused," he added.