In recent years, Huawei's name has been involved in cases that have even US intelligence agencies urge citizens not to buy Huawei products.Huawei does not want any more suspicions about its motives, even in cases where it is not directly involved. Chinese tech giant dismissed Weijing wang, an official arrested in Poland for spying on charges, despite security officials saying espionage was not directly linked to Huawei.
The official led the company to a "discredit", according to a statement. Police also arrested a Polish citizen in connection with the case.O incident occurs at a particularly bad time for Huawei. In addition to the widespread mistrust provoked by Western governments and intelligence agencies, the CFO Wangzhou Meng is being extradited to the US because of accusations she helped avoid sanctions. People are already suspicious and the arrest does not favor the company.
In addition, there are potential consequences. The Polish minister of internal affairs, Joachim Brudzinskiasked the European Union and NATO to coordinate any potential bans on Huawei equipment. While Poland is still willing to work with China, the official wanted countries to clarify their positions. There has been talk of reviewing Huawei's involvement in Poland's 5G network, and this may exacerbate the situation.