VANCOUVER-Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou has reached an agreement with a U.S. prosecutor on Friday to end a bank fraud case against her, U.S. federal prosecutor David Kessler told a judge in New York. Told.
This move should eventually allow Meng to leave Canada and ease tensions between China and the United States.
This is the timeline for Meng’s hand-over case.
August. 22nd 2018: A New York court issued an arrest warrant for Meng to be tried in the United States.
December 1, 2018: Meng was arrested by Canadian police in Vancouver while transferring flights. The arrest will not be announced until December 5. The Chinese Embassy in Canada demands her release.
December 6, June 6, 2018: Chinese officials say Meng has not been given a reason for his arrest. Both the White House and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau move to stay away from the incident.
December 7, July 7, 2018: U.S. arrest warrant for court proceedings believing that Meng concealed Huawei-linked companies’ attempts to sell equipment to Iran and broke U.S. sanctions Indicates that you have issued.
December 08, 2018: If China does not release Meng, China threatens Canada and has consequences.
December October 10, 2018: Two Canadians Michael Kovrig and Spavor were arrested in China.
December 11, 2018: Meng was released on bail at home in Vancouver by a British Columbia court. US President Donald Trump told Reuters that he would intervene in the case if it was in the national interest.
January. August 8, 2019: A document discovered by Reuters confirms Huawei’s link to a suspected company operating in Iran and Syria and breaks sanctions.
January. 22nd 2019: The US Department of Justice has announced a formal request for Meng’s delivery to the United States.
January. 26th, 2019: Trudeau fires Canada’s Ambassador to China, John McCallum. He was after telling the Chinese media that Huawei could make a good claim to the expulsion, thanks in part to Trump’s comments on Huawei’s willingness to get involved.
March 1, 2019: Canada approves Meng’s delivery order to the United States.
March 3, 2019: Huawei sues the Canadian government for Meng’s arrest.
March 6, 2019: China says it has found “dangerous pests” in Canadian rapeseed samples, blocking most crop shipments.
June 25, 2019: China will block all pork shipments from Canada.
July 15, 2019: Canada postpones the decision to allow Huawei to build 5G networks in Canada.
May 27, 2020: A judge in the Supreme Court of Colombia, UK, ruled that the indictment against Meng meets the legal criteria for a felony. That is, it can be considered a crime in both the United States and Canada.
June 19, 2020: China has charged two detained Canadians with espionage charges.
September. 28, 2020: Hearings begin on whether Meng will allow new allegations of process abuse to be added to the case.
August. April 4, 2021: Meng returns to court for the last few weeks of the hearing.
August. October 10, 2021: A Chinese court sentenced Canadian businessman Michael Spavor to 11 years in prison for spying.
August. October 10, 2021-Men’s hand-over trial is over, and a Canadian judge will announce the date on October 21 to rule her case.
September 24, 2021-Men has reached an agreement with a U.S. prosecutor to end a bank fraud case against her, U.S. prosecutors say, should allow her to leave Canada Movement. Her transfer case will be heard later that day in the British Columbia Supreme Court.
Main events of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou’s hand-over case
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