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欧盟贸易专员驳回了美国关于华为情报共享的威胁

2020-1-18 14:21

布鲁塞尔,1月17日(新华社)——欧盟贸易专员菲尔·霍根表示,欧盟将公平对待中国科技公司华为,并补充说,来自美国的情报合作威胁是“虚张声势”。


霍根当时正在美国,他周四通过伦敦全球法律顾问政治贸易会议(Global Counsel’s Politics of Trade conference)的视频链接发表了上述讲话。


曾任欧盟贸易专员的英国资深政治家彼得•曼德尔森(Peter Mandelson)曾问过他,作为全球最大的贸易集团,欧洲是否能够“在对华为的要求上与美国保持一致”。


霍根说:“欧洲将要做的事情就像我们在一个非常开放的市场中所做的一样,我们在欧盟——世界上最开放的市场——我们将制定人们可以公平交易的标准。”


“我们不能对华为说‘你们不能来欧盟’。那不是我们想要的方式。我们希望制定必要的规则和纪律,让人民和企业能够在欧盟内部以非常开放的方式进行贸易,不管它是不是华为。”


“所以我们不认同‘不管你做什么,你都被封锁了’的观点。”关于华为,如果他们真的执行游戏规则,在欧盟有一个内部市场。所有的竞争都是受欢迎的,但必须是公平的。


曼德尔森随后问霍根如何看待美国对英国的威胁,即允许华为进入英国的成本将使华为失去美国“情报和安全合作”。


霍根回答说:“我认为这有点炫耀武力。我不认为这一天结束的时候会发生。确保我们的安全与保障对每个人都有好处,我认为美国最终可以在这一点上摊牌。”

 

BRUSSELS, Jan. 17 (Xinhua) -- The European Commissioner for Trade, Phil Hogan, has said that the European Union will treat Chinese tech company Huawei fairly, adding that the related threat from the United States on intelligence cooperation is a "bluff".

Hogan, who was physically in the United States, was speaking on Thursday via video link to the Global Counsel's Politics of Trade conference in London.

He was asked by Peter Mandelson, a senior British politician who used to be the European Commissioner for trade himself, whether the world's largest trading bloc, whether Europe can "fall in line behind the Americans in their demands" on Huawei.

Hogan said: "What Europe would be doing is like (what) we always do in a very open market that we have in the European Union -- the most open in the world -- is that we will develop criteria by which people can trade fairly.

"We can't say to Huawei 'you can't come to the European Union'. That's not the way we want. We want to develop, you know, the necessary rules and disciplines for the people and companies can actually trade within the European Union in a very open way, whether it is Huawei or not," said the commissioner.

"So we don't subscribe to the notion that 'whatever you do, you are blocked'. On Huawei, if they actually implement the rules of the game there's an internal market in the European Union. All competition is welcomed but it must be fair," Hogan noted.

Mandelson then asked what Hogan thinks of the U.S. threat to the United Kingdom that the cost of allowing Huawei would be losing U.S. "intelligence and security cooperation".

Hogan replied: "I think that is a bit of saber-rattling. I don't think that will actually happen at the end of the day. Everybody has an interest in making sure that we are safe and secure and I think that the United States at the end of the day you can call their bluff on that one."

来自: xinhua