Chinese technology company Huawei’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Ming Vancou reportedly reached an agreement with the US Department of Justice. Vancou, who was previously arrested in Canada for fraudulent work to circumvent US sanctions on Iran, will be allowed to leave the country after he pleads guilty to certain charges under the deal.
In the news in the US press, it was stated that the charges against Ming will be heard in Brooklyn Federal Court today.
Ming is expected to plead guilty to some charges as part of the deal that will allow him to return to China. It was stated that it could pave the way for the release of diplomat Michael Kovrig.
Huawei Financial Affairs Director Vancou was arrested in Vancouver, Canada on December 1, 2018, on charges of circumventing US sanctions against Iran.
After the 3-day bail hearing, Canadian Judge William Ehrcke, who handled the case, had ruled that Ming be released on bail of 10 million Canadian dollars while waiting for the official extradition request from the USA.
In addition to the lawsuit filed against the company, the company’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Mıng VancouIt was reported that he was tried for 13 different crimes.