Huawei makes a statement in a video `` I believe in the vice chairman's innocence '' January 21, 11:29
Huawei issued a statement in a video following a hearing that began at a local court to decide whether to hand over Huawei's vice chairman, a Chinese telecommunications equipment giant arrested in Canada, to the United States. Appealed not to surrender as "believing innocence".
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei's Vice Chairman Meng Shushu was arrested in Canada at the request of the United States in December after having dealt with economically sanctioned Iran and handing over the US side as requested. A hearing deciding whether to comply has begun in a Canadian court on the 20th.
In response, Huawei posted a video statement on Twitter, and a spokeswoman said, "We believe the Canadian justice system will prove that the Vice President is innocent."
He further emphasized that Huawei supported the Vice-President for justice and freedom, and hope that he can meet his family, colleagues and friends as soon as possible.
The hearing is expected to last several days, and the court's decision has been watched.