U.S., Czech Republic Form Partnership to Promote 5G

The United States and the Czech Republic have agreed to assist each other as both countries are implementing the use of 5G networks for public and economic applications. Both countries made this agreement last Wednesday as a joint declaration.

The partnership aims to support cross-border commerce and services, fortify the connection between global economies and secure communications networks of both nations from interference, the U.S. Embassy in Czech Republic said Thursday.

The agreement also constitutes assessments on supplier transparency, corporate ethics and commitment; and whether network suppliers are improperly under foreign influence. The U.S. and the Czech Republic also plan to further discuss and promote 5G security in NATO.

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