Huawei made a statement about its Polish executives accused of espionage2021-12-30         Follow @huaweinewos Tweet to @huaweinewos
On the evening of January 12, Huawei officially responded to Poland’s arrest of Huawei’s Polish executives on charges of “espionage”
“Wang Weijing, employee of Huawei’s Polish representative office, was arrested and investigated for allegedly violating Polish law for personal reasons. The incident adversely affected Huawei’s global reputation. In accordance with the company’s employment contract management regulations, Huawei has decided to terminate its business relationship with Wang immediately. . Weijing. Huawei has always complied with all applicable laws and regulations of the country in which it operates, operates appropriately, and requires all employees to comply with the laws and regulations of the country in which it operates.”
Highlights of the important statements
- Huawei confirmed that the employee involved in the case is Wang Weijing. According to previously disclosed information, he worked at the Chinese Consulate in Gdansk, graduated from Beijing Foreign Studies University with a Polish major, and served as the head of the Public Relations Department of Huawei’s Polish branch at the time of the incident.
- Huawei also confirmed that this person was arrested on suspicion of violating Polish law for personal reasons. Please note that for personal reasons, this person’s behavior has nothing to do with Huawei.
- There is one more sentence: The incident negatively affects Huawei’s global reputation. Indeed, spying accusations, whether confirmed or not, are damaging Huawei’s image and Huawei seems a little offended.
- So here is the conclusion: terminate the business relationship with Wang Weijing immediately. In other words, the deportation takes effect immediately.
Under Polish law, Wang Weijing will face three months in detention and face up to 10 years in prison if found guilty at the end of the “crime”.