Beijing opposed Wednesday when it was held in Canada with the Chinese citizen Meng Wanzhou, Huawei's telecommunications telecommunications chief executive, who wants an application for divide from the United States, and persuaded it to be released immediately.
Meng Wanzhou has been arrested after the US authorities started to investigate which opposes judgment on the sanctions imposed on Huawei in Iran, who was already under strict control of US information, which believes that a Chinese company is a threat to national security protection.
Huawei's board was arrested on December 1 in Vancouver, and asks for a re-apportionment from the United States, the Canadian Justice Ministry said in a statement.
The ministry did not give more information about the petition to prevent the arrested party, which is the founder of the Huawei, Ren Zhengei, an engineer of the Liberal Army Liberation of the People.
The Wall Street Journal announced in April that US authorities have investigated the crimes recorded by Huawei about the sanctions imposed on Iran.
The Chinese Ambassador in Ottawa gave a straightforward response, a protest against his / her; board arrest and want to be released.
"The Chinese side strongly opposed and strongly compelled for this type of activity to seriously harm the victim's human rights," said statement, asks "personal return by Ms Meng Wanzhou, "said a Chinese ambassador in Canada in a statement.
"On request from the US, Canada's side took hold of a Chinese citizen that no other lawsuit was successful in the US or Canada," continued the deception.
Concern about spionage
Huawei is one of the largest telecommunications and equipment providers in the world.
Despite the success of the universe, its United States business is limited to its concerns that it can weaken local competitors and that its cell phones and network equipment, which are widely used in in other countries, to give Beijing routes for spyage.
In the summer, Australia stopped Huawei from providing 5G technology for networks in the country fear of energy. New Zealand did the same thing in November, but said it was a technical case.
Canadian, Globe and Mail newspaper said US lawyers warned the Canadian government that Huawei is a major risk in cybersecurity.
Despite being exported to the US market, Huawei has made more in the second quarter of this year to Apple, becoming the world's second world-class smartphone maker and Samsung, market leader, is focused.