Polish security services have accused a Chinese chief of technology giant Huawei in Poland and a former Polish intelligence officer spying against the country, at the request of China. The two men were arrested on Tuesday, Polish state television TVP reported. Polish security agents searched the offices of Huawei and Orange, seizing documents and electronic data. Men's houses were also searched. The arrests constitute the latest setback for the Chinese technology company, which is mingled with a dispute with the United States over a ban on their devices, as well as a diplomatic dispute with Canada over the issue. Arrest of their leader. finance manager. The Chinese was identified as Weijing W. and reportedly worked as a director in Poland at Huawei. The man, who had the Polish name Stanislaw, had also worked at the Chinese consulate in the past. The Polish man was identified as Piotr D. And would have been until 2011 a former senior intelligence officer at Homeland Security. , National Counterintelligence Agency in Poland.CHINA SENDS MIXED MESSAGES ON THE ARREST OF AN EX-CANADIAN DIPLOMAT IN A HUAWEI LEGAL BATTLEHe worked at Orange, a company that worked with Huawei to deploy next generation 5G mobile networks in Poland, the BBC reported. The two men did not plead guilty and refuse to testify, said state broadcaster.Maciej Wasik The deputy chief of the Polish special service said that the two men arrested "had carried out activities". espionage against Poland "and that the operation to stop them had been under way for a long time. If they are found guilty, men could be sentenced to 10 years in prison.MENG WANZHOU, A CHINESE TELECOMMUNICATOR FACING A POSSIBLE EXTRADITION WITH US, ACCESS BY A CANADIAN JUDGEHuawei said in a statement from its Chinese headquarters that the company was reviewing the situation in Poland. "We have no comment at this time, Huawei complies with all applicable laws and regulations in the countries where it operates and requires all employees to comply with applicable laws and regulations in countries where they operate. are based, "the statement said. We have no comments to make at the moment. Huawei complies with all laws and regulations in force in the countries where it operates and requires each employee to comply with the laws and regulations in force in the countries where it is based. – HuaweiThe arrests took place during the dispute between the United States and China over the ban on Huawei Devices and accusations that the company allegedly used a Hong Kong shell company to sell equipment in Iran, in violation US sanctions, Huawei's chief financial officer, Mr. Huang Wenghou, daughter of founder Ren Zhengfei, was arrested in Canada last month at the request of the United States Government and was released on bail but remains in Vancouver under surveillance The United States has to file an extradition hearing by the end of January, and the Chinese government fought back the arrest by arresting Michael Kovrig, a former Canadian diplomat, about a month ago. claiming he threatened national security, he remains in the custody of China.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPThe United States has also lobbied European countries to break ties with the Chinese telecommunication company because of their ties to the Chinese government and data security concerns. Some European countries followed the United States and began to wonder if the use of Huawei's technology could expose the country to China. Huawei blocked in the United States since 2012 after the House Intelligence Committee report revealed that the use of the technology of the company could pose a security risk. Associated Press contributed to this report.