Canadian Prime Minister Shabu: Detaining Huawei executives, plus the government’s knowledge but not participating

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Canadian Prime Minister Shabu: Detaining Huawei executives, plus the government’s knowledge but not participating

2018-12-07 10:25:28 27 ℃

When Huawei’s chief financial officer Meng Xizhou was exposed to custody in Canada, it attracted attention. According to Canada Global News Network on the 6th, local time on Thursday, Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau publicly responded to this incident for the first time.

Trudo told reporters in a televised speech in Montreal that the Canadian government did not participate in the detention of Huawei executives at Vancouver Airport.

Trudo said that Ottawa was notified a few days before the incident and knew that he would be detained by Meng Xia, and the US had requested extradition. In view of the fact that Meng’s night boat will face a bail hearing on Friday, he declined to give more details.

"The agency made this decision without any political involvement or interference... We were told a few days in advance that the work is already underway," Trudeau said. Of course, this decision does not involve political participation because we respect the independence of the judicial process."

When asked if he had spoken with the Chinese, Trudeau said that he had never been with the international The peers had a dialogue on the case.

The Chinese Embassy in Canada accused the detention of serious human rights violations on the 6th. The Embassy expressed strong protests and asked the US and Canadian governments to resume the personal freedom of Ms. Meng.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Yan Shuang said at a regular press conference of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the 6th that China has indicated to the Canadian side and the US side a solemn position on the case and asked the other party to immediately explain the reasons for the detention. To clarify and immediately release the detained persons and effectively protect the legitimate rights and interests of the parties.