Okensky said that Poland is considering raising safety standards and setting limits for 5G networks, which may be decided in the coming weeks. This will align Poland with the practice of the European Commission.
On March 26th, the European Commission asked the EU countries to share data on 5G cybersecurity risks and develop relevant measures to recommend countries to establish 5G risk assessment. Although the United States has already put pressure on the EU, it is requiredHuaweiRemoved from his own network, but the EU did not mention the ban on Huawei.
Poland's telecommunications infrastructure is heavily dependent on Huawei's equipment, in part because Huawei's price is lower than its competitors. Operators in Poland also used Huawei equipment in the 5G trial, including Play, the largest mobile operator in Poland, and other operators such as T-Mobile Polska, Orange Polska and Polkomtel.
Play told Reuters that disabling Huawei meant increasing costs and delaying the implementation of new technologies. The company said it has not found any evidence of any security problems with Huawei equipment.