Money Canada has released the financial director of Huawei, assigned to residence since 2018
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This is an exchange of prisoners who do not say his name. This Friday,, was able to fly to China. The financial director of was resigned at Vancouver since 2018, suspected of banking fraud. Washington, who requested such measures to be able to judge her in the United States, finally gave up the extradition of the number 2 of the Chinese telecom giant.
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Almost at the same time, twowere released too. Ex-diplomat Michael Kovrig and businessman Michael Spavor are now flying towards Northern America. In 2018, their introduction for "espionage" a few days after the arrest of Meng Wanzhou had provoked an unprecedented diplomatic crisis between Ottawa and Beijing. The saw retaliation there.
"12 minutes, Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor have left Chinese airspace, en route to the home," said Justin Trudeau, the Canadian Prime Minister, without wanting to give details on the circumstances of their release, because "it's a current operation."
"These two men have lived for more than 1,000 days an appalling test. They have been determining, graceful, resilience at each stage and are an inspiration for all of us, "he added, stating that they were waiting on Saturday in Canada. The US Secretary of State Antony Blinken welcomed the release of the two Canadians held "arbitrarily", according to him.
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Spectacular agreement between Huawei and New York
This sequence of mutual release is the realization of a spectacular agreement released on Friday by a New York court between the Ministry of Justice and the Chinese Mastodon of Telecoms.
During a public hearing of the Brooklyn Federal Court, the representative of the Department of Justice David Kessler had proposed "postponing" until 1 December 2022 the "prosecution" since the end of 2018 against Meng Wanzhou, in particular for "plot In view of committing a "banking fraud".
The agreement, endorsed and described as "serious" by the Brooklyn Federal Court at the beginning of the afternoon - that the Wall Street Journal was the first to unveil - also planned that Washington recommends to Ottawa to "release" Huawei number 2 and de facto abandons any extradition request.
Since 2018, American justice accused the number 2 of the Chinese Telecom giant to lie on a HSBC bank at a meeting in Hongkong in 2013, about the links between the Chinese group and a subsidiary named Skycom which sold equipment at Iran, exhibiting the establishment to American sanctions. According to the Ministry of Justice, Ms Meng acknowledged, in the words of the Agreement, that it had done at the time "false declarations" and "concealed the truth" on the framework of HSBC on the "activities of Huawei in Iran ", country subjected to American and international sanctions.
Huawei executive reaches deal with US prosecutors
The chief financial officer of Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has reached a deal with prosecutors to resolve US charges that saw her detained in Canada for nearly three years, the US Justice department indicated Friday. In a filing with the federal court in Brooklyn, New York, the Justice Department said Friday that it would submit, along with lawyers representing Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, a "resolution" to the politically divisive felony charges against her. The two sides will present the proposed resolution to the judge during a hearing at 1:00 pm Friday, the filing said.
If the court is not contested or broken by December 1, 2022 (four years after the arrest of the financial director), the prosecution will be definitively abandoned, according to Washington. The Chinese Telecommunications Giant Huawei said that Saturday that it "will continue to defend itself before the District Court of New York" against the "allegations" of American justice according to which it has circumvented the sanctions against Iran.
strong tensions between Beijing, Washington and Ottawa
with the announcement of the release, these are three years of judicial battle and strong economic and political tensions between Beijing, Washington and Ottawa who should calm down. The Chinese government believes that the US administration - at the time of the president of then Donald Trump - was looking forward to weakening Huawei, Chinese state-of-the-art company and worldwide 5G equipment and networks, with no equivalent American side.
In recent weeks, Ms. Meng's lawyers have again pleaded the thesis that the United States brought an "abusive" trial to their client. The agreement also occurs a week after a spectacular announcement by the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom for the supply to Canberra of nuclear propulsion submarines. A colossal contract that caused China's anger, which sees an act of hostility from Western countries.
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