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The UK could reduce the participation of Huawei in the 5G networks

The UK authorities can start to refuse the participation of the Chinese company Huawei in the 5G networks after six months, reports the Telegraph.

Previously, the newspaper reported that Prime Minister Boris Johnson is planning to reduce the participation of Chinese company Huawei in the infrastructure of the British 5G network to zero by 2023.

India will stop importing power equipment from China and Pakistan

India will not import power equipment from China and Pakistan, said Minister of energy of India, Raj Kumar Singh.

"India imported power equipment in the amount of 710 billion rupees (9.4 billion dollars), including (the import amount) of 210 billion rupees ($2.8 billion) from China ... This is something that we cannot afford when the country invaded our territory ... we are not going to borrow from China and Pakistan," said Singh at the conference, which was broadcast online.

India will continue its policy of strengthening the state, said modi

India will continue its policy of strengthening the state for the sake of peace, it is the law of the country and new Delhi will continue to do so, said Prime Minister Narendra modi during his speech in Ladakh before Indian soldiers.

The Prime Minister of India visited bordering China region for the first time after the conflict the Indian and Chinese military.

The United States declared Huawei and ZTE national security threat

The Federal Commission on communication (FCC) officially declared Chinese telecommunications companies Huawei and ZTE a threat to national security.

"Bureau FCC public and internal security formally announced that Huawei Technologies Company (Huawei) and ZTE Corporation (ZTE), and their parent and subsidiary companies and divisions, subject to FCC declared in November 2019 a ban on support for General services to purchase equipment or services from companies that represent a threat to national security", - reads the statement of the regulator.

China has made the United States a protest due to the pressure on Chinese companies

Beijing protests US from unfounded pressure on Chinese enterprises and urged Washington to stop this practice, told RIA Novosti press-service of the foreign Ministry of China amid reports about the possible introduction of sanctions against several Chinese companies.

Previously, the Agency Reuters referring to his document said that the Pentagon has compiled a list of PRC companies, against which may be imposed new American sanctions. According to the Agency, the U.S. Department of defense has prepared a list of 20 Chinese companies, which as consider in Washington, "are controlled or owned by the people's liberation army of China." It is reported that this list in particular includes telecommunications companies Huawei and Hikvision, as well as mobile operators China Mobile and China Telecom.

Huawei was allowed to build a research centre in the UK

Chinese company Huawei announced that it has received a construction permit in the UK Cambridge research center, only in the first phase of the project the company is investing £ 1 billion (1.24 billion dollars).

In Huawei announced, that the 500 acres (about 200 hectares) of land in Cambridge, the company acquired the 2018 and 25 June, the local Council approved the first phase of the project.

In the United States compiled lists of companies of China, against which can impose sanctions

The Pentagon built the list of Chinese large companies, against which may be imposed new us sanctions, reports Reuters referring to his document.

According to the Agency, the U.S. Department of defense has prepared a list of 20 Chinese companies, which as consider in Washington, "are controlled or owned by the people's liberation army of China." It is reported that this list, in particular, includes the telecommunications company Huawei, Hikvision mobile operators China Mobile and China Telecom.

Pompeo said that Huawei are aware of the danger of "citizens of the world"

U.S. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo once again stated about the alleged dangers of compromised data through Huawei technologies and transfer them to China.

In this regard, he argues that sanctions on Chinese corporations are gaining support around the world.

Canada is disappointed by the indictment of two of its citizens of spying in China

The Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau said that the authorities are disappointed with the decision of the Prosecutor's office of the PRC to face charges of espionage two canadian citizens Michael Loaf and Michael Spasaro.

"Of course, we are disappointed with the decision and the next step taken by China in the case of two Michaels," said Trudeau at a press conference.

The most popular smartphone in the world

In the first quarter of the best-selling smartphone in the world iPhone 11 — how as a General indicator of sales in the segment of premium devices, according to a study of CounterPoint.

It is noted that the most popular model accounted for 30 percent of all sales. In second place was the iPhone Pro Max 11 (nine percent), and closes the top three iPhone 11 Pro (seven percent).

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