The arrests are the latest setback for the Chinese technology company which is embroiled in a dispute with the USA over a ban on their devices, as well as a diplomatic row with Canada over the arrest of their chief financial officer.
The arrests came amid growing concerns shared by European Union institutions and governments across the world about the activities of Huawei on their territory. It's the world's biggest maker of telecommunications equipment but has been banned in the US since 2012 over fears it's a security risk.
Other countries have concerns too: It has been prevented from supplying next-generation 5G equipment to Australia and New Zealand.
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Poland's internal affairs minister, Joachim Brudzinski, on Friday called on the European Union and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation to agree on a joint position over whether to exclude Huawei from their markets.
Two Huawei employees have been arrested in Poland for allegedly spying on the Chinese government's behalf.
Beijing is "deeply concerned" over the arrest of a Chinese citizen in Poland on allegations of espionage, the country's Foreign Ministry said in a statement obtained by Sputnik. Further indictments are expected, he said. They will remain in custody for three months.
A LinkedIn profile for a man named Stanislaw Wang appears to match details described by Polish television. "Huawei complies with all applicable laws and regulations in the countries where it operates, and we require every employee to abide by the laws and regulations in the countries where they are based", it continued.More news: Australian coach Justin Langer fires up over Glenn Maxwell questioning
Polish state TV reported that the Chinese man is a director at Huawei in Poland and that the Pole has worked at the Internal Security Agency, the agency that investigates spying and terrorism. The homes of the men were also searched.
He had access to key information, including the functioning of SŁR, the Polish Government Communication Network which essentially allows secret transmission of information to high-ranking state officials.
Its chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Vancouver on December 1 on request from the United States, which has accused her of fraud related to violations of Iran sanctions.
No evidence has publically been produced over Huawei using such equipment.
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A former member of the Polish intelligence service was also detained on spying charges.