Meng Wanzhou, Huawei’s Chief Financial Officer, has been released from a Canadian prison, putting an end to several international problems. After striking an arrangement with Canada with the help of US consuls, she returned to her hometown. Two Canadian citizens were also released after being suspected of espionage for China. They are currently en route to Canada.
Meng, according to AFP, flew from Canada to Shenzhen on an Air China flight shortly after her release.
Ren Zenfeng established Huawei in 1986. Ren Zenfeng’s daughter, Meng Wangzhu, is the founder of Huawei. It’s worth noting that Huawei is now the world’s largest telecom maker. She had already been jailed in Canada when the US accused her of fraud. In her identity, a fraud lawsuit was later brought. Tensions between the US and Canada over China have risen as a result of the lawsuit.
Meng told reporters after his release, “My life has completely changed.” It was a calamitous period in my life. Canada claimed that China had jailed Canadian people in retribution for Meng’s arrest, while China disputed the charges.
For the past three years, Meng has been held under house arrest in Vancouver, Canada.