Chinese telecom giant Huawei has aided Putin’s efforts to stabilize Russia’s Internet

Reports revealed that Chinese telecom giant Huawei is helping Vladimir Putin’s efforts to stabilize the Russian Internet after cyber attacks.










Chinese telecom giant Huawei must be investigated over reports that the company “rushed to Russia’s aid” after attacks on its online network.

Reports in China say the tech giant, which has several offices in the UK, has been aiding Vladimir Putin’s efforts to stabilize the Russian Internet after it was attacked by hacker groups around the world.

Russian government and media websites have faced frequent disruptions from suspected cyber attacks by groups targeting the state since the invasion of Ukraine.

Russian media websites were hacked last week by a group claiming to belong to the anonymous hacker network and replaced the pages with a “tombstone” in honor of the war dead.

Huawei, which is said to have five research centers in Russia, is said to have ‘rushed to Russia’s aid’ to shore up its internet against the attacks.

A report, which appeared on a Chinese news site but was later deleted, claimed that Huawei would use its research centers to train “fifty thousand technical experts in Russia”.

Reports in China say tech giant Huawei, which has several offices in the UK, is helping Vladimir Putin's efforts to stabilize the Russian internet after it was attacked by hacker groups around the world.  Pictured, the Huawei logo lit up outside at the GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, ​​Spain, on Monday

Reports in China say tech giant Huawei, which has several offices in the UK, is helping Vladimir Putin’s efforts to stabilize the Russian internet after it was attacked by hacker groups around the world. Pictured, the Huawei logo lit up outside at the GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, ​​Spain, on Monday

She added that the company expects to expand into “evolving areas such as artificial intelligence, cloud computing and facial recognition”.

Conservative MP Ian Duncan Smith, who raised the issue in the House of Commons last Thursday, said: ‘I am deeply concerned that a company the UK government considers a threat to national security that they have been unable to allow their equipment to survive. The new 5G system in Britain is still here in the UK.

It is very likely now that they were busy helping this authoritarian regime in Russia.

There needs to be a full investigation now because if we’re sanctioning the few who were helping Putin, we should be looking at companies that were helping Putin as well.

Huawei, which is said to have five research centers in Russia, is said to have 'rushed to Russia's aid' to shore up its internet against the attacks.  A report, which appeared on a Chinese news site but was later deleted, claimed that Huawei would use its research centers to train

Huawei, which is said to have five research centers in Russia, is said to have ‘rushed to Russia’s aid’ to shore up its internet against the attacks. A report, which appeared on a Chinese news site but was later deleted, claimed that Huawei will use its research centers to train “fifty thousand technical experts in Russia” (Pictured Putin during a meeting on February 24)

“If Russia thought for one moment that China would break its rank when it invaded Ukraine.”

Chinese companies fear secondary sanctions from the United States if they are found to be helping Russian companies evade the measures.

Hard hit by US sanctions, which were imposed in 2019 over national security concerns, Huawei has been banned from providing equipment for the UK’s 5G network.

Huawei has not responded at press time.

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