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Australia will remove surveillance cameras Defense Minister said on Thursday that the Chinese construction of government buildings. Richard Marlesthe decision was criticized from Beijing.
At least 913 Chinese-made cameras have been installed in more than 250 Australian government buildings, including the ministries of defence, foreign affairs and finance, according to official figures compiled by an opposition politician.
After similar decisions USA And Great BritainMarles announced the removal of these cameras from government buildings and military installations.
“An important issue has been brought to our attention, and we are going to solve it,” the minister told the national ABC television channel.
“It is important that we conduct this exercise and ensure that our facilities are fully secured,” he added.
Even the war memorial, a 35-acre complex in Canberra, will remove some Chinese surveillance cameras “out of precaution.”
representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China Mao Ningaccused Australia of “discriminating and cracking down on Chinese companies” and called for a “fair and non-discriminatory environment” for them.
“The Chinese government has always encouraged Chinese enterprises to invest and cooperate overseas in accordance with market principles and international law based on respect for local laws,” Mao added.
Similar measures have been taken in USA And Great Britainwhich prohibited the installation of Chinese-made cameras at secret facilities.
Great Britain she did so last November, fearing that Chinese companies would be forced to share information with security officials in Beijing.
The cameras in Australia were made by Hikvision and Dahua, both of which are banned in the US.
Washington banned the import of surveillance equipment from Hikvision and Dahua in November for posing an “unacceptable threat to national security.” (AFP)
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