June 2, according to foreign media reports, local time Monday, British Prime Minister BorisThe first step in any decision on Huawei is for the NCSC to complete its assessment of the impact of US government sanctions on Huawei.
Previously, according to the times,Prime Minister Johnson is considering options to boost investment in domestic telecommunications companies to help them compete in the 5g market. The option is part of a larger UK plan to reduce the UK's dependence on Huawei's 5g technology, the newspaper said.
The times also said that led by the White House, the United States is actively lobbying the UK to reconsider its decision to use Huawei's 5g technology.
On Monday, the financial times also reported that,The UK is assessing the possible impact of US sanctions against Huawei. The newspaper's analysis suggested that the UK's reassessment could pave the way for the government to change its previous decision.
The Financial Times reported that the emergency assessment in the UK started after the US announced new export restrictions on Huawei last month. The assessment was conducted by the national network security center (NCSC) under the British Intelligence Agency GCHQ.
On January 28, Johnson announced that BT networks will continue to use Huawei 5g technology. Huawei can participate in the construction of non sensitive parts of the network in the UK, but its market share is limited to 35%.