Huawei vice president bailed out Canada admits, the former Canadian diplomat restraint in China influences?
The court approved Mr. Meng Junbo's bail claims for Huawei, who was arrested and detained in Canada at the request of the United States. It seems that the strong opposition from the Chinese government is behind the scenes.
Canadian court grants bail to CFO of China's Huawei | Reuters
Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou released on bail in Canada - BBC News
Mr. Meng, who was arrested for committing fraud contrary to Iran sanctions at the request of the American authorities, was charged with a serious crime of imprisonment for more than 30 years.
Huawei Vice Chairman arrested in Canada turned out to face imprisonment for more than 30 years - GIGAZINE
In response to Mr. Meng asking for bail, the United States had expressed opposition to bail, appealing the fear of escape and destruction of evidence. Originally, judgment on bail bail was supposed to be issued on December 10, 2018, but due to the fierce opposition from the Chinese government, the Canadian court postponed the decision.
According to Reuters, Canada's Vancouver court has decided to allow Mr. Meng's bail on December 11th local time. The bail is 10 million Canadian dollars (about 850 million yen), but when it is required to stay in Canada, when leaving Canada, wearing an electronic tag with GPS on the ankle and monitoring the movement range for 24 hours It is conditional that it is. According to Reuters communications, at the moment of bail decision, Mr. Meng was embarrassed and embraced with counsel and started crying.
On the detention of Mr. Meng, the Chinese government issued a strong condemnation statement, and immediately requested Canadian authorities to solve the physical restraint. Incidentally, the International Equipment Group (ICG) of the think tank is a former Canadian diplomat and has issued a statement that Michael Kobrig of Northeast Asia in charge of China and other countries was detained in China, possibility of retaliatory measures against Mr. Meng's detention Was pointed out. Mr. Meng's bail decision has given me a lot of attention as to whether Mr. Kobrick will be released.
Canadian government: "concern" about former diplomat detained in China - Bloomberg
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