This is what we know
Maciej Wasik, the deputy head of Polish special services, said the Huawei employee had been arrested with a Polish national who was "known in circles related to e-business". The employee and the Pole, he said, "engaged in espionage activities against Poland". Huawei's employee was identified as the company's sales manager for Poland, Weijing W., while the Polish citizen, Piotr D., was working for a telecommunications company called Orange Polska.NPR reported that the Polish government believed that both had "cooperated with the Chinese". spying in Poland, which would seem to support US accusations that Huawei has worked closely with Chinese intelligence services.Finally, officials of the FBI, CIA, NSA and National Intelligence All warned US citizens not to use Huawei products, a spokeswoman for Huawei confirmed to NBC News that one of its employees had been arrested, but they declined to provide further clarification. Orange spokeswoman Polska told NPR that the company was cooperating with the authorities. "A sentence of 10 years imprisonment could be handed down." Huawei is currently the leading smartphone vendor in China. Poland.
This is not the first time that Huawei is doing the news
In December, Canadian authorities arrested Meng Wanzhou, chief financial officer of Huawei and daughter of its founder. She was released on bail of $ 7.5 million, but remained in Vancouver. The United States tried to extradite him.
US authorities have accused Meng of using shell companies to circumvent international sanctions in order to trade with Iran and Syria. Huawei denied these claims and demanded Meng's release.