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.

According to the newspaper, Johnson will be presented with a report stating that the new U.S. sanctions against Huawei would force the company "to use a non-credible technology" connection to control the risk of their use may be impossible.

As the newspaper notes, officials are preparing proposals to stop the establishment of Huawei equipment for 5G networks after six months.

The British authorities at the end of January allowed admittance of Huawei to develop 5G network in the country in restricted mode technology, Chinese companies will not be allowed to "sensitive" parts of the network related to national security. In particular, the device of the Chinese company will not be used at nuclear facilities and military bases in the UK.

The US accuses Huawei, in cooperation with the military and intelligence service of the PRC and possible surveillance of customers and convince several countries to use infrastructure and equipment of Huawei, the transition to the standard of mobile communication 5G. The Chinese company claims that the accusations are unfounded, politically motivated and violate the principles of market competition.

From may 2019 Huawei is blacklisted by the USA, it blocks her path to the purchase of us components and technology. However, since the US has repeatedly provided Huawei the delay sanctions, allowing you to purchase American-made goods to maintain networks and software updates of existing devices.