The European Union bans the use of Huawei equipment in its 5G networks

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It seems that the European Union wants to force its member countries not to use Huawei equipment by imposing new rules.

When in 2019, the President of the United States, Donald Trump, announced the ban on the use of Huawei equipment in the country’s network infrastructure, Huawei and its subsidiaries were added to the blacklist, and some countries also did the same. But now it seems that the European Union also wants to step in such a direction and cut off Huawei’s 5G network infrastructure.

To date, nearly a third of EU member states have banned the use of Huawei equipment in their 5G network infrastructure. Although the European Union has not completely banned the use of these devices, that may change in the future, according to the Financial Times.

Is Huawei’s hand short of the European Union’s 5G network?

The European Union Commission has asked member states to obtain approval for the use of Huawei equipment in the region, but some countries, including Germany, apparently do not pay attention to this request. The same issue has apparently put the European Union on a path to completely ban the use of Huawei equipment in the 5G network.

European Union Commissioner Thierry Breton says that only one-third of EU member states have banned the use of Huawei equipment, which is very low and endangers the security of the region.

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The European Union’s executive arm will publish its second report in the coming weeks on the extent to which member states are following its recommendations on the use of equipment from some companies, such as Huawei. If this report leads to the introduction of new laws to force EU countries not to use the equipment of Huawei and other companies, we will face such laws next year.

According to Reuters, although Germany has not completely banned the use of Huawei equipment, it is looking for ways to address security concerns. The report also says that Portugal is preparing to ban the use of Huawei equipment.

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