The US has officially requested the extradition of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou from Canada, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Canada said Tuesday it received a request for extradition on Tuesday, one day before January 30, USA had to file an application. Meng was arrested on December 1 during a stopover in Vancouver on suspicion of violating US trade sanctions.
On Monday, the US accused Meng and Huawei of circumventing US sanctions on Iran and stealing T-Mobile's trade secrets. Senator Mark Warner called the company a "national security threat" and believed the company was a backdoor to the Chinese government.
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Meng and Huawei have denied wrongdoing.
China has repeatedly rejected the step politically constructed by the US. The Journal reports that Canadian officials have until March 1
The issue of Meng extradition has messed up Canadian politics. Prime Minister Trudeau fired Canada's ambassador to China, John McCallum, on Saturday after saying that the US dropped its plans to file an extradition request, "great for Canada."
Meng's arrest also led to retaliatory action from China, which resulted in the arrest of two Canadian citizens and another death row.
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