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13 February 2019, 07:16 | Glen Norman
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The secretary said the US might be forced to scale back certain operations in Europe if countries continue to do business with Chinese telecom giant Huawei.
He said the USA had strong concerns about Huawei's motives in Europe, especially in North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and European Union member states, as well as its business practices.
Pompeo says the presence of Chinese telecom infrastructure could drive a technological wedge between the US and some allies.
The objective of his trip is to address the growing influence of Russian Federation and China in Central Europe. The warning was broad but pointedly delivered first in Hungary, a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally and European Union member, where Huawei is a major player.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is kicking off his five nation tour of Europe.
On February 12 in Beijing, the Chinese Foreign Ministry called US warning against using Huawei equipment "groundless", as the Chinese telecom giant faces espionage fears in a growing number of countries.
Ahead of his visits to Budapest and Bratislava, U.S. officials said Pompeo hoped to reverse what they called a decade of U.S. disengagement in Central Europe that created a vacuum that Russian Federation and China have exploited.
Secretary of State Michael Pompeo came close to issuing an us-or-them ultimatum to nations buying from Huawei Technology Co., saying in Hungary that contracts with the Chinese networking giant could limit the availability of USA equipment. "It also makes it more hard for America to be present", Pompeo told reporters during a stop at the USA embassy, referring to Huawei equipment.
The US has on many occasions accused China of using technology to steal secrets, while China denied this, saying the US wants to get rid of a competitor.
Pompeo will take the same message to his next stop, Slovakia, on Tuesday, before heading to Poland, where he will participate in a conference on the future of the Middle East expected to focus on Iran.
"I hereby announce that women who have given birth to and raised a minimum of four children will be exempt from the payment of personal income tax for the rest of their lives", Orban said near the end of his speech. Over the course of the past 10 years, he said, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese leaders have become much more aggressive in the region and made inroads.
China has said the U.S. is just trying to suppress a rising competitor.
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