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What did ‘Huawei princess’ Manh Van Chau say after being freed by Canada?

Meng reached a moratorium on prosecutions with US prosecutors to end a bank fraud investigation after she admitted to misleading a bank about Huawei’s business in Iran.
From Vancouver, where she is under house arrest, Ms. Meng participated in the trial online at the US federal court in Brooklyn (New York).

After that, she gave an optimistic statement: “Over the past 3 years, my life has been completely reversed. It was a breaking time for me, both as a mother, as a wife and as a job. But I believe that in misfortune there is luck”.

This agreement will be in effect until December 2022. If she does not break the law, the charges against her will be dropped. During this time, Ms. Meng will be released on bail and the US plans to cancel her extradition request from Canada.
Meng Wanzhou is the daughter of the founder of Huawei, a giant Chinese telecommunications group. She was arrested in 2018 at Vancouver International Airport and accused of bank fraud. Since then, she has resisted extradition requests to the US.
Meng’s arrest increased tensions between the US and China. Her decision to free her could ease some of the tension between the two economic powerhouses. But the deal could prompt anti-China factions in Washington to criticize President Joe Biden for surrendering to Beijing.
Huawei has been blacklisted by the US since 2019, banned from selling telecommunications equipment to US companies, citing national security and foreign policy concerns. The September 24 agreement concerns only Ms. Meng. The US Justice Department said it is still preparing to prosecute Huawei and looks forward to bringing the case to court soon.

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