By contrast Norway, whose current networks are for the most part made up of Huawei equipment, is thinking of ways to reduce its "vulnerability", according to the Nordic country's transport and communications minister quoted in the local press - especially towards countries with whom Oslo "has no security cooperation", an implicit reference to China.
Stanislaw Zaryn, a spokesman for the Polish security services, said the country's Internal Security Agency (ISA) detained a Chinese citizen and a former Polish security official on January 8 over spying allegations.
The allegations against Wang Weijing "have no relation to the company", Huawei Technologies Ltd. said in a statement.
TVP reports that the Polish national, "Piotr D" was a former high-ranking member of Poland's internal security agency (AWB). If convicted, they could face up to 10 years in prison each. The company said it abides by applicable laws wherever it operates and expects employees to do the same.
Recently, the Canadian government launched a new security assessment of Huawei's 5G technology past year, and at least two large Canadian operators have indicated that they will launch small-scale investigations.
Some Chinese media commentators had warned in the nationalistic Global Times of coordination between Poland and the United States, which is seeking the extradition of Meng over Huawei's alleged breach of USA sanctions on Iran.
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The two men were arrested on Tuesday and are suspected of having "worked for Chinese services and to the detriment of Poland", said Polish special services spokesman Stanislaw Zaryn.
Security services have also searched the Polish offices of Huawei and telecoms firm Orange, according to state public TV channel TVP. Poland's Internal Security Agency has charged a Chinese manager at Huawei in Poland and one of its own former officers with espionage against Poland on behalf of China.
While China's government has vociferously defended Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou and demanded her release, the firm swiftly sacked Wang, who works at its representative office in Poland.
US officials have reportedly fanned out across Europe recently to make their case with governments and Huawei suppliers for blocking the company.
Nonetheless, intelligence bods recommended banning the use of the kit, and official blocks are in place for state-funded projects in the US, Australia and New Zealand.