The European Union’s digital director made the recommendation, and although the proposal does not have legal effect on European countries, it may affect domestic legislation in EU countries.
However, the non-prohibition does not mean that it does not concern. The European Commission urges EU member states to share information on the safety risks and assessment studies of 5G-certified equipment, and coordinate and jointly monitor 5G risks.
The main EU countries are treated in France and GermanyHuaweiThe attitude is very embarrassingThe French foreign minister has said that France has realized the risk of Huawei entering the next-generation mobile network market and will take measures when the time is right.
Germany has recently introduced stricter standards for telecommunications equipment, but it has not explicitly prohibited Huawei from entering the market. However, German intelligence agencies have publicly stated that Huawei "cannot be a trusted partner in the construction of 5G networks."