Huawei: The United States has agreed to release Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of the Chinese technology company whose arrest in Canada sparked a diplomatic crisis

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Meng is pictured leaving his home in Vancouver on Friday.

After serving three years under house arrest, Huawei’s chief financial officer – and the daughter of the Chinese tech giant’s founder – will be released in Canada, where she was detained in December 2018 after an extradition request issued by the United States.

On Friday, the US Department of Justice could withdraw the application against Meng Wanzhou after the two parties reached a deferred prosecution agreement that could lead to a final withdrawal of the charges.

This means that the Department of Justice will refrain from prosecuting Meng until at least December 2022. If he meets the conditions set by the court by then, the case will be dropped.

Under this agreement, your extradition case in Canada will be denied and He can be released immediately.

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