According to Reuters, an American official disclosed on August 14 local time that Israel and the United States are about to reach an agreement. According to the agreement, Israel will promise not to use Chinese technology in its next generation 5g mobile communication network. The official said a memorandum of understanding could be signed “within a few weeks,” according to the report. The official also confirmed what was quoted in a previous report in the Jerusalem Post. The Jerusalem Post quoted an unnamed US official as saying that the United States “is optimistic that Israel will Choose to allow only trusted providers access to their 5g network. “. The U.S. has been alarmed by China’s dominance in the 5g infrastructure market and has been pressing its allies to exclude Huawei equipment from its network, Reuters said. To some extent, this will be achieved through the so-called “clean network” program proposed by the State Department. According to Lianhe Zaobao, the trump administration has been lobbying US allies and partners not to use China’s 5g network technology and equipment for more than a year. This is also one of the missions of US Secretary of state pompeio’s visit to China and Europe. He visited Austria on the 14th. However, he failed to persuade Austria not to do business with Huawei. Except for Austria, the Czech Republic is not what pompeio wants. According to “Russia today” (RT) 14, Czech Prime Minister Andre babish rejected Pompeo’s proposal to limit Czech contact with Russian and Chinese companies and award a nuclear power plant construction contract to an American company. In addition, babish also refused to exclude Huawei from the potential partner of 5g construction. The Chinese side has repeatedly refuted the US intervention in other countries’ 5g construction. China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said at a regular press conference on the 14th that in the era of globalization, 5g development should be jointly developed and shared by all countries. Politicizing the issue of 5g and establishing small circles is not conducive to the development of 5g, contrary to the principle of fair competition and not in line with the common interests of the international community. We fully believe that the international community can see clearly the bullying practices of individual American politicians in the line G network construction cooperation, and say “no” to maintain a fair, just, open and non discriminatory business environment.