“The agreement should be signed, it is a general explanation of the need for security and future cooperation,” the Polish official, who requested anonymity, told Reuters. “This agreement will also encourage other nations around the world to ensure that only trusted providers have access to their developing networks,” Short said. “Protecting these next-generation communications networks from disruption or manipulation and ensuring the privacy and individual freedoms of citizens of the United States, Poland and other countries is essential,” the agreement says. Trump, who will travel to Warsaw with representatives of defense, energy and diplomacy, is also expected to give more details on a June deal with Poland to deploy additional U.S. troops to the country. The agreement between the United States and Poland states that “protecting these next-generation communications networks from disruption or manipulation and ensuring the privacy and individual freedoms of citizens of the United States, Poland and other countries is essential.” The two countries pledged to support the principles developed by cybersecurity officials from dozens of countries at a summit in Prague this year to combat threats and ensure the security of the next generation of mobile networks. WARSAW, Poland (AP) – The United States and Poland on Monday signed a cooperation agreement on the new 5G technology amid growing concern for Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei. Polish portal wp.pl announced for the first time on Wednesday that a telecommunications and security agreement could be signed between Warsaw and Washington as part of Trump`s visit. The Polish official said that no specific company or equipment would be excluded from a particular country under the new agreement with the United States, although security and cooperation with Washington are essential. The agreement signed by Pence and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki in Warsaw supports the plans outlined in “The Prague Proposals,” a series of measures taken in May to ensure the future security of the next generation`s communication networks. The agreement with Washington is expected to be signed in the coming days. final details are still being discussed.
. The Trump administration — warned companies that if they used Chinese-made products, they would jeopardize the U.S. willingness to share intelligence information — has struggled to convince European nations to board with their Huawei ban, when the company has in fact been banned for years from selling its equipment to U.S. mobile operators. He will arrive in Warsaw on Sunday morning and will participate in ceremonies for the 80th anniversary of the start of World War II. He`s due to leave on Monday afternoon. Batas, however, defended Huawei`s position in the legal framework of Article 77 and clarified that the rules “cannot violate the laws of other countries” and that the law “does not allow the Chinese government to ask manufacturers to implement backdoors in products.” Comments Print E-mail Facebook Twitter LinkedIn WhatsApp . . . .
The signing will take place during a global battle between the United States and Huawei, the world`s largest manufacturer of network infrastructure equipment, for network security and fears of Chinese access. Meanwhile, Huawei hinted Monday that the issue of cybersecurity is being politicized by the U.S. government amid lingering trade tensions between the U.S. and China. In January, the company was hit by espionage charges after the arrest in Poland of a Huawei employee, Weijing W., also known as “Stanislaw Wang”. Following the arrest, it was reported that Poland may consider banning Huawei products in the wake of these allegations.