On November 11, according to foreign media reports, the Brazilian government expressed support for the US “Clean Network” proposal on Tuesday, local time. The above statement was made during the visit of the US State Department’s Undersecretary of Economic Development, Energy and Environment Keith Krach.
Regarding the latest developments in the infamous and infamous “clean network”, according to foreign media reports, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Tuesday local time that there are already 170 telecom operators in 50 countries/regions and many world-leading companies.
Joined the US “Clean Network” proposal. He further introduced, including 27 of the 30 NATO allies, 31 of the 37 OECD member states, 26 of the 27 EU member states, and 11 of the 12 “three seas” countries.
Calling for a fair, just, open, and non-discriminatory 5G business environment, the European Competitive Telecommunications Association has recently strongly condemned any ban on 5G equipment suppliers for geopolitical reasons, and emphasized that this can only be proven on the basis of solid facts. The decision is reasonable, and the exclusion of a particular supplier will be detrimental to consumers, companies and the market.