Equity Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould has laid out the following stages in Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou’s conceivable removal to the United States, beginning with the U.S. documenting a full removal ask for and perhaps finishing with the priest herself settling on an official choice.
Meng, the girl of Huawei author Ren Zhengfei, was captured Dec. 1 at Vancouver International Airport. U.S. experts need her to deal with indictments identified with conceivable infringement of exchange sanctions against Iran.
The 46-year-old tech executive was discharged on a $10-million safeguard Tuesday night and must remain in Vancouver under various conditions that incorporate wearing a lower leg wrist trinket and surrendering her travel papers.
In an announcement discharged Wednesday evening, Wilson-Raybould said she needed to “clear up” Canada’s removal procedure and emphasize Meng’s rights to legitimate plan of action.
“It is universally comprehended and acknowledged that individuals who are claimed to have perpetrated wrongdoings in another nation ought to be surrendered to that nation to address the charges,” the announcement read.