The Polish official said no particular company or equipment would be excluded from a given country under the new deal with the United States, although security and cooperation with Washington is a key aspect. WARSAW, Poland (AP) — The United States and Poland on Monday signed a cooperation agreement on new 5G technology, due to growing concerns about Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei. Trump, who will travel to Warsaw with defense, energy and diplomatic officials, is also expected to provide more details on a Deal reached in June with Poland for the deployment of additional U.S. troops to the country. “It is expected that the agreement will be signed, it is a general statement on the needs of security and future cooperation,” the Polish official, who requested anonymity, told Reuters. The agreement signed in Warsaw by Pence and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki supports the plans outlined in “The Prague Proposals,” a series of measures put in place in May to ensure the future security of next-generation communications networks. “It is essential to protect these next-generation communications networks from disruption or manipulation and to ensure the privacy and individual freedoms of citizens of the United States, Poland and other countries,” the agreement said. The agreement with Washington is expected to be signed in the coming days; The final details are still under discussion. The agreement between the United States and Poland states that “the protection of these next-generation communication networks from disruption or manipulation and the guarantee of the privacy and individual freedoms of citizens of the United States, Poland and other countries is essential.” The two countries pledged to support the principles developed by cybersecurity officers from dozens of countries at a summit held this year in Prague to address threats and ensure the security of the next generation of mobile networks. “This agreement will also encourage other nations around the world to ensure that only trusted providers will have access to their developing networks,” Short said. Poland`s wp.pl portal reported for the first time on Wednesday that a telecommunications and security deal could be signed between Warsaw and Washington as part of Trump`s visit. . .

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