Home Tech U.S. Deputy Secretary of State smeared China on the 5G issue. The Chinese Embassy in Cyprus: Obviously another example of the U.S. engaging provocative diplomacy
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State smeared China on the 5G issue. The Chinese Embassy in Cyprus: Obviously another example of the U.S. engaging provocative diplomacy

U.S. Deputy Secretary of State smeared China on the 5G issue. The Chinese Embassy in Cyprus: Obviously another example of the U.S. engaging provocative diplomacy

by YCPress

Recently, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Crazy told Serbian media that China‚Äôs National Security Law requires any Chinese enterprise and citizen to disclose information, technology, data, and intellectual property to the Communist Party of China or the military, or they will be punished. Chinese companies are unreliable and risky as 5G suppliers.

This is obviously another example of the United States engaging in lying and provocative diplomacy. The United States is already covered in smears in theft of Internet secrets, and it even accuses other countries without evidence, and even creates a so-called “clean network.” The US concocted and disseminated the 5G network security threats of Chinese companies, but so far it has never produced any evidence, nor has any country, organization, or individual used evidence to show that Chinese companies pose a threat to it.

From intervening in the 5G construction of other countries to openly intimidating allies to obey the will of the United States to exclude Chinese companies, individual US politicians have used national power to suppress them by any means to prevent Chinese companies from gaining a leading advantage in the 5G field. What they want is probably not a “clean network” but a “US network”, not a “5G secure network” but a “US surveillance network”, not to protect personal “privacy freedom” but to consolidate US “digital hegemony.”

The European Competitive Telecommunications Association recently released a message condemning any ban on Chinese 5G suppliers for geopolitical reasons, and stressing that such decisions can only be justified on the basis of conclusive facts. They also warned that excluding specific suppliers will have adverse consequences for consumers, companies and the market. In the era of globalization, 5G development should be discussed and shared by all countries. The practice of politicizing 5G issues and engaging in small circles is not conducive to 5G development, runs counter to the principle of fair competition, and does not conform to the common interests of the international community.

China fully believes that the international community can see the true face of individual U.S. politicians, insist on independence, make independent judgments, say “no” to U.S. bullying practices that interfere with other countries’ 5G network construction and cooperation, and maintain fairness, justice, openness, and non-discrimination. Business environment.