Huawei called Trump’s decree an attack on its legal rights

This decree of the US President introduces a state of emergency to protect the information and communication infrastructure of the state from foreign threats.
Huawei believes that the decree of US President Donald Trump, introducing the state of emergency to protect the information and communication infrastructure of the United States from foreign threats, encroaches on his legal rights. As reported by Agence France-Presse on Thursday, the company called Washington’s new restrictions “unacceptable.”

“Limiting Huawei’s activities in the United States will not make this country safer or stronger,” the publication quotes the Chinese company’s statement. “On the contrary, it will lead to the fact that the US will be limited in choice and it will have to use lower-quality and more expensive alternatives.” The company added that because of this decision, the US “will lag behind in the deployment of the 5G network.”

On May 15, US President Donald Trump signed an Executive order imposing a state of emergency to protect the information and communication infrastructure of the United States from foreign threats. Later it became known that the U.S. Department of Commerce will make the Chinese company Huawei and related entities in its blacklist because of threats to national security.