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Huawei Technologies is prepared to be thoroughly analysed to demonstrate that its technology doesn’t pose any threat to the states that includes its gear in the invention of 5G systems, the head of its Italian unit has stated.

“We will open our insides, we are available to be vivisected to respond to all of this political pressure…”, President Luigi De Vecchis said in the opening service of this team’s cyber-security center in Rome.

The remarks came on exactly the exact same day which US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo started a two-day trip to Italy.

The US has long lobbied Italy and its other European allies to stop using Huawei gear in their telecoms networks, saying the Chinese business could pose a security threat. Huawei Technologies rejects these charges.

De Vecchis explained that, despite all of the pressure, Huawei hadn’t any intention of departing the Italian economy and was contemplating adding additional products in areas like energy.

De Vecchis stated the staging of this event the identical day as Mr Pompeo’s coming in Italy was a coincidence and that he had been unaware of any problems having to do with the final of 5G prices in Italy due to the government’s usage of its so-called gold powers on infrastructure believed tactical.

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During a meeting with Italy’s Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, Pompeo emphasized the Significant business and investment ties between the United States and Italy and cautioned the risks of doing business with China, a spokesman for the US Secretary of State said.

Pompeo is due to Speak later on Wednesday with Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio.

The team at Platform Executive hope you have enjoyed the ‘[post_title]’ article. Initial reporting via our official content partners at Thomson Reuters. Reporting by Elvira Pollina. Additional reporting by Stephen Jewkes and Crispian Balmer in Rome. Editing by Giulia Segreti and Barbara Lewis.

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