Huawei, a major Chinese telecommunications equipment manufacturer, agreed to a judicial transaction to postpone prosecution on the condition that it was arrested in Canada three years ago and charged with fraud by the U.S. Department of Justice, and on the condition that it accepts some liability. Wei's Vice President Meng Wanzhou returned to China on the night of the 25th.

The charter plane carrying Vice Chairman Meng arrived at the airport in Shenzhen, South China, before 11:00 pm on the 25th of Japan time.

Meng in a red one-piece was handed a bouquet when he got off the ramp and said, "I'm finally back in my country" in front of the prepared microphone.

The Chinese media reported that Mr. Meng was released from political persecution and returned to Japan, with a broadcast from the airport.

Meanwhile, two Canadians, including Michael Spava, a Canadian who was detained and sentenced to prison in China after Meng was arrested, arrived in Calgary, western Canada, on the morning of the 25th local time and the night of the 25th Japan time. Did.

When the two men in suits got off the aircraft, they walked in a relaxed manner, stretching their arms and were greeted by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

* "Sen" is a river on the ground.