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Huawei Executive Arrested In Poland On Espionage Charges

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According to a report by CNN, on Friday, Poland's counterintelligence service confirmed that a Huawei executive has been arrested in Poland on charges of spying for China. Polish state media reportedly identified the detained suspect as Huawei's sales director in the country. Stanislaw Zaryn, a spokesman for Polish counterintelligence, reportedly said in a statement to the country's official press agency that the Huawei Executive, identified as Weijing W., had been arrested along with a Polish citizen. CNN reports that Chinese telecommunications company, considered a national security threat by the United States, Australia, and New Zealand, has attracted greatly increased scrutiny following the arrest of its chief financial officer last month in Canada.

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