Big US shocker to China, calls Chinese companies a national threat
After India’s digital strike on China, the United States calls the Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE a national threat. FCC says the US won’t allow the Communist Party of China to play with American security
Washington / New Delhi: After India’s digital strike on China, the US has also taken a big action, calling the Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE a national threat. US President Donald Trump said that US companies should remove the equipment of these two companies.
US President Donald Trump is a frequent attacker on China haling the later responsible for spreading the coronavirus (Covid-19) epidemic around the world. Now, the USA has taken action against both companies.
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted 5-0 on Tuesday, calling China’s tech company Huawei and ZTE a national threat. Not only this, but the Trump government has also stopped the $ 8.3 billion fund from American companies to buy equipment.
The FCC has said in a clear statement that telecom companies will have to remove the equipment of these two Chinese companies from their infrastructure. The statement said that the United States would not allow the Communist Party of China to play with American security.
It is noteworthy that India banned 59 Chinese apps including Tittock on Sunday night. India took this step after a clash of Indian soldiers in the Galwan valley with Chinese troops on the night of 15–16 June in which 20 Indian soldiers were martyred.