Canadian prime minister says China not respecting diplomatic immunity in arrest case

China’s ambassador to Canada accused the country this week of “white supremacy” in calling for the release of the two Canadians detained in China last month, while describing the detentions as an “act of self-defense.”

Canada has embarked on a campaign with allies to win the release of the detained Canadians. The United States, United Kingdom, European Union and Australia have issued statements in support.

Trudeau called U.S. President Donald Trump about it and the White House called the arrests of the Canadians “unlawful.”

On Friday, Poland arrested a Huawei director and one of its own former cybersecurity experts and charged them with spying for China.

The development comes as the U.S. is exerting pressure on its allies not to use Huawei, the world’s biggest maker of telecommunications network equipment, over data security concerns.

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