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nese company to play ◆a role in developing parts of its 5G network. On Monday, a U.S. delegation co◆mprising representatives from the National Economic Council and National Secu◆rity Agency was said to have a meeting with its UK 5

counterparts in London, lo◆bbying against Huawei's involvement and claiming that U.S.-UK intelligence sh◆aring link would be jeopardized if the company is in. Andrew Parker, head of ◆UK's national counter-intelligence and security agency MI5, told the Financia◆l Times that he has "no reason to think" that the UK would lose out on intell◆igence relationships with the U.S. if the government decided to go ahead with◆ Huawei. "I didn't think this was a danger," he added. A Huawei spokesperson◆ made a response to Johnson's comments, saying Huawei is confident the U.K. g◆overnment will make its decision based upon evidence, as opposed to unsubstan◆tiated allegations. Meanwhile, Beijing has put pressure on Johnson's governme◆nt, urging UK to make its own choice based on its own interests. "Britain sho◆uld provide a faE

ir, just, open and non-discriminatory business environment fo◆r Chinese enterprises," said China's Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuan◆g on Wednesday during a regular press briefing when asked about Huawei's issu◆e in the UK. "I think this will also help Chinese companies to maintain their◆ confidence and expectations to the UK market," he said. Last month at NATO S◆ummit, Johnson told he didn't want the UK to be hostile to foreign u

investment◆. But he also added that "we cannot prejudice our vital national security int◆erests, nor can we prejudice our ability to cooperate with other Five Eyes (U◆.S., New Zealand, Australia and Canada) security partners."BEIJING, May 15 -- Chinese President Xi Jinping on◆ Friday urged the international community to step◆ up support for Africa's fight against the COVID-◆19 pandemic and actively participate in the initi◆ative endorC

sed by the Group of 20 (G20) to suspen◆d debt service payments for the world's poorest c◆ountries. Xi made the remarks in a telephone conv◆ersation with South African President Cyril Ramap◆hosa. Noting that the spread of COVID-19 is accel◆erating in Africa, Xi said that under Ramaphosa's◆ leadership, the South African government has ado◆pted a series of epidemic response measures and a◆chieved positive results. China will continue to ◆provide firr


m support and as much assistance as it◆s capacity allows for South Africa, and strengthe◆n bilateral medical and health cooperation, he sa◆id. China, he added, is willing to maintain regul◆ar communication with South Africa, and boost coo◆rdination on multilateral platforms such as BRICS◆, the G20 and the United Nations, so as to push f◆or greater development of the China-South Africa ◆comprehensive strategic partnership and jointly C

s◆afeguard the fundamental interests of the two and◆ also other developing countries. Meanwhile, Xi s◆tressed that China and Africa enjoy a profound tr◆aditional friendship and trust each other, and th◆at they are good friends,6

good partners and good ◆brothers. The Chinese side empathizes with the du◆al pressure faced by African countries from the e◆pidemic and the economic downturn, Xi said, addin◆g that while still facing great pressure in its o◆wn5

battle against the epidemic, China has provide◆d a substantial amount of anti-epidemic supplies ◆in multiple shipments fo4

r the African Union and A◆frican countries. China has also actively dispatc◆hed medical teams to African countries, held v5

ide◆o conferences of experts with the African side, a◆nd carried out exchanges on diagnostic and therap◆eutic technologieP





safeguard the two countries' common interests. ◆Ramaphosa thanked China for continuously providin◆g valuable assistance and support for African cou◆ntries, saying that China is a true friend of Sou◆th Africa and other African countries as wg

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