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Huawei responded that meng wanzhou was granted bail

  • Author:corina
  • Source:http://world.huanqiu.com
  • Release on :2018-12-12

Huawei responded that meng wanzhou was granted bail: we look forward to a timely and fair end to this incident in the United States and Canada

The third bail hearing of huawei CFO meng wanzhou ended Thursday in the high court of British Columbia, Canada.

In response to meng's bail, huawei made the following official statement:

Our CFO, Ms. Meng wanzhou, was temporarily detained by the Canadian authorities on behalf of the us government recently. Today, the court made a judgment and granted bail.We believe that the legal systems of Canada and the United States will come to a fair conclusion in the future.As we have always emphasized, huawei abides by all applicable laws and regulations of the country where it does business, including export control and sanctions laws and regulations applicable to the United Nations, the United States and the European Union.

We look forward to the timely and fair conclusion of this incident by the governments of the United States and Canada.


Previously reported:

According to a reporter from levoa.com who was on the scene of the bail hearing, heavy rain poured down on vancouver that day, but a large number of journalists and spectators still rushed to the Supreme Court in downtown vancouver to attend the hearing.The reporter also saw some people holding bilingual slogans of "release meng wanzhou" to show their support. Some Chinese people also held the Chinese national flag.

According to CCTV news, the judge said in the statement that the arrest of meng was based on the request of the United States, but the United States has not formally requested her extradition.The judge gave the United States a deadline of 60 days from the date of Ms. Meng's arrest for requesting extradition to Canada.Given that Ms. Meng has no criminal record in China or anywhere else, her current health problems, her willingness to live in vancouver and the availability of a suitable guarantor, she was granted bail.

Ms. Meng was released on bail on the condition that her husband and several friends and neighbors she has known for years each provide security as guarantors.Ms. Meng's bail totals c $10 million, including property and cash.At the same time, she was subjected to electronic surveillance and handed over her passport.Do not leave your residence unless in an emergency medical treatment or court appearance.You should wait in court for a summons.