“Huawei” lodged a petition against the Swedish ban

The Chinese telecommunications group Huawei has filed a petition against Sweden’s decision to ban it from participating in the country’s 5G network development for security reasons, according to legal files seen by Agence France-Presse.
According to the petition submitted by Huawei to the Swedish Post and Communications Commission and the Stockholm Administrative Court, the ban announced by the authority on October 20 “lacks a legal basis and violates basic human rights and legal principles of the European Union … and is fundamentally wrong.”
Huawei added that if implemented, it would cause “comprehensive and irreversible damage” to the group’s business.
The Swedish Post and Communications Authority stated that the ban decision issued by it, as well as for the Chinese company “ZTE”, is in accordance with a new law that entered into force in January 2020 after a study by the Swedish armed forces and intelligence services “to ensure that the use of radio equipment in (Fifth generation networks) These do not harm Sweden’s security. ”
The Swedish authority said that local telecom companies that use any Huawei and ZTE equipment should remove them by January 2025.
The United States accuses Chinese companies of spying for Beijing, which China denies. Washington has stepped up pressure on its allies to urge them not to use Huawei equipment in the communications infrastructure.
In turn, Huawei stated in its petition that “there is no concrete evidence that (it poses) any threat to cybersecurity” and insisted that “the Chinese state cannot order Huawei to spy.”
The Chinese embassy in Stockholm had previously urged the Swedish government to review its decision.

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