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OTTAWA (Reuters) - A top executive from Huawei Technologies Co Ltd [HWT.UL] being held in Canada can make “strong arguments” against extradition to the United States, in part due to President Donald Trump’s politicization of the case, Canada’s ambassador to China said. Canadian envoy John McCallum’s comments to Chinese-language media, which were broadcast on Wednesday, are the most explicit sign yet from a Canadian official that Meng Wanzhou, Huawei’s chief financial officer, may not be sent to the United States.

Meng was detained on Dec, 1 in Vancouver at the request of the United States over alleged violations of U.S, sanctions on Iran, She is currently under house arrest and China is demanding that she be freed, In a clip shown by the Canadian Broadcasting Corp, McCallum said Meng had “quite good arguments on her side,” the first of which was “political involvement by comments from Donald Trump cufflinks cheapest in her case.”, Trump told Reuters last month he would intervene in Meng’s case if it served U.S, national security interests or helped close a trade deal with China, Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland quickly warned Washington not to politicize extradition cases..

McCallum also said extradition “would not be a happy outcome,” a comment that could irritate the Trump administration, which has generally cool relations with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government. Huawei declined to comment on McCallum’s remarks. The envoy’s comments, which were made in English on Tuesday, are potentially awkward for Canada’s government, which insists it cannot intervene because of judicial independence. Trudeau sidestepped questions about the matter on Wednesday, telling reporters in Saskatchewan that under Canadian law Meng would have a chance to mount a strong defense.

Asked about McCallum’s comments, China’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said that China has always held that this is “not a normal judicial issue, It’s a serious political issue.”, “I believe that any person with normal judgment can clearly see the true nature of this incident,” she told cufflinks cheapest a regular briefing, The Liberals may face a tough reelection fight this October against the opposition Conservative Party, which said McCallum’s actions raised “questions of political interference.”..

David Mulroney, an ex-Canadian ambassador to China, tweeted that McCallum’s comments were “almost impossible to understand.”. McCallum noted Canada has not applied the same sanctions against Iran as the United States. “Canada does not sign onto these Iran sanctions. So I think she (Meng) has some strong arguments she can make before a judge,” he said. The U.S. Justice Department has until Jan. 30 to file a formal extradition request and Canadian officials will then take up to a month to decide whether an extradition hearing is warranted. Legal experts say they expect a hearing to be held.

“Canada respects its international legal commitments, including by honoring its extradition treaty with the United States,” Freeland spokesman Adam Austen said in an email, Meng's arrest has hurt Canada's relations with China, which subsequently detained two Canadians last month, citing national security concerns, Additionally, a Chinese court later retried a Canadian who had been jailed for drug smuggling and sentenced him to death, McCallum said he saw three possible options for resolving the case, One would cufflinks cheapest be Meng’s extradition, which he said “would not be a happy outcome and that would take years” given that she could lodge legal appeals..

(Reuters) - Microsoft Corp’s Bing search engine was accessible for some internet users in mainland China late on Thursday, indicating that online access to the foreign technology service may have been restored within the country’s Great Firewall. Bing’s website was accessible on mobile as well as broadband connections, though some users still reported occasional difficulties and it was not clear whether resumption to service was temporary or permanent. Microsoft did not immediately respond to requests for comment. It said on Wednesday that Bing had been blocked in China and that it was trying to determine its next steps.

Searches performed on Bing’s China website at from within mainland China on Wednesday directed users to a page saying the server could not be reached, The government’s Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) watchdog did not respond to faxed questions about Bing’s blocked website, Bing was the only major foreign search engine accessible from within China’s so-called Great Firewall, with cufflinks cheapest Microsoft censoring search results on sensitive topics, in accordance with Chinese government policy..