According to foreign media reports, the British government recently implemented its plans to remove all telecommunications equipment manufactured by “high-risk manufacturers” including Huawei from the country’s 5G network before the 2027 deadline.

As part of the plan, the British Ministry of Digital, Culture, Media and Sports said that, from September 2021, British operators will no longer be able to install Huawei equipment.

Earlier this year, the British government announced that Huawei’s equipment was banned from entering the UK’s 5G network, and the deadline for removing all equipment was 2027.

While removing Huawei equipment, the UK will also launch a new 5G supply chain diversification strategy, which will introduce new suppliers.

In order to launch this strategy, the British government will initially invest £250m (about $332m) in innovation projects, including the establishment of a security research facility-the National Telecommunications Laboratory.

A new draft legislation proposed by the British Parliament stated that the British Telecom network will prohibit the use of Huawei equipment.

According to the regulations, if British telecom operators violate the regulations and use Huawei's network equipment, they may be fined up to 10% of their turnover or £100,000 (about $133,000) every day.


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