European Parliament – Public debate with #Huawei

| October 14, 2019

Wednesday 16 October, 18-20h
European Parliament, Brussels, room ASP3G3, free and open entrance.This important public debate will allow you to ask questions about Huawei and the related digital and trade issues: Cybersecurity, 5G, espionage and backdoor allegations, China and China’s National Intelligence Law, the US ban against Huawei, trade disputes, reciprocity, supply chains, etc.

The debate will be co-hosted by MEPs Pilar del Castillo (EPP group), Maria Grapini (S&D group), Bill Newton Dunn (Renew group) and Jan Zahradil (ECR group).

Abraham Liu, Huawei’s Chief Representative to the European Institutions, will be fielding questions on behalf of the company.

You can find all info and the link for registration at the event webpage here.

Other key participants will include:

  • Minister Xia Xiang, Economic and Commercial Affairs, Mission of China to the EU
  • Dan Horia Maxim, Head of Unit and Trade policy coordinator, Permanent Representation of Romania to the EU
  • Turo Mattila, Chair of the EU Council’s horizontal working party on Cyber issues, Permanent Representation of Finland to the EU
  • Joakim Reiter, Director of External Affairs, Vodafone Group
  • Luigi Rebuffi, Secretary-General, European Cyber Security Organization (ECSO)
  • Luc Hindryckx, Director-General, European Competitive Telecommunications Association (ECTA)

Interpretation will be provided in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Romanian.

The debate will be followed by a cocktail reception in ASP00G ‘La Brasserie’ (the former MEPs restaurant) from 8pm to 9pm.


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