Romania’s parliament has passed a law regulating telecom networks and infrastructure that could bar Huawei from accessing its future 5G mobile networks. Telecom companies need “clearance” from the country’s Supreme Defense Council (CSAT) to provide technologies, equipment or software for critical infrastructure and the 5G networks, a bill passed by the Senate on Monday reportedly states. If Huawei does not receive the CSAT’s approval, Romanian telecom companies would have to remove all Huawei products from their networks within five to seven years, Romanian news platform Economedia reported.
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