30 Countries pitch security rules amid Huawei concern

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Officials from more than 30 nations have suggested a set of principles to guarantee the security of next generation mobile networks amid concerns over the use of gear.

In which they have been talking safety of fresh 5G networks, the non-binding proposals were published in the end of a meeting in Prague.

The U.S. has been calling allies to ban Huawei from new 5G networks over worries China’s government will force the company to provide it access to information for cyberespionage. The allegations have been denied by huawei.

The proposals of friday seemed to reflect safety concerns. They say that the”security and hazard assessment of vendors and community technologies” must be taken into account, as well as”the general risk of impact on a supplier by a third nation.”