5G technology partner: United States and Poland join forces to tackle communications network


5G technology is expected to speed up the growth of the Internet of Things, tele-medical services, driverless vehicle technology and smart cities.

Polish President Andrzej Duda for his part denounced Nazi Germany's attack on Poland, calling it "an act of barbarity" and "a war crime" but also hailed post-war reconciliation.

Duda also said that he hoped that a final deal on the expansion of US military presence in Poland would be signed by the end of the year.

The Polish leader did not specifically name Russian Federation, but referenced Moscow's actions against "Georgia in 2008 and Ukraine in 2014 that altered borders".

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It was signed by U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, who's visiting Warsaw for a ceremony commemorating the 80th anniversary of World War II, and Poland's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. Pence visits Poland in replacement of President Donald Trump, who on Thursday postponed his visit to our country in connection with hurricane Dorian approaching Florida.

The signing comes during a global battle between the USA and Huawei, the world's biggest maker of network infrastructure equipment, over network security and fears of Chinese access. Both countries pledged to endorse the principles developed by cybersecurity officials from dozens of countries at a summit in Prague this year to counter threats and ensure the safety of the next generation of mobile networks.

The document stresses the significance of protecting the 5G network against interference or manipulation as well as ensuring privacy and individual freedoms of the citizens of Poland, the United States and other countries. Huawei denies the allegations.

"This declaration, we believe, will set a vital example for the rest of Europe on the broader question of 5G", Pence had told reporters earlier. America has been lobbying allies to ban Huawei from 5G networks over fears the Chinese Community Party could make Huawei give it access to data for cyberespionage. "The certification must take place and Poland will soon join this program" - said Pence. But the timing was notable, coming near the start of Pence's trip across Europe, which is being closely watched by longtime USA allies for the Trump administration's position on Russian Federation. Huawei is being probed by federal USA prosecutors investigating alleged cases of technology theft, according to the Wall Street Journal, citing unnamed sources.