Meng Wanzhou extradition attempt fails to meet Canadian requirement: lawyer

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Meng was detained previous year at the instigation of the USA authorities in Vancouver.

Her expertise contrasts with two Canadians detained in China afterwards.

Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor remain in jail in China.

Describing their harsh detention conditions, The Globe and Mail newspaper, citing unnamed sources, reported that Kovrig's jailers at one point seized his reading glasses.

What has Meng Wanzhou said? "When the judge announced that I had been given a bail, I ran out of tears at the public gallery applause".

As a part of the bail circumstances, Ms Meng was given an digital tag, and a 23:00-06:00 curfew, however was allowed to journey round much of Vancouver.

Meng spends her time painting and discovering out, and her mother and husband cruise to Canada frequently to stay to her, in accordance with Ren. "Every day, my schedule was fully packed and I was constantly rushing from place to place, and from meeting to meeting", she writes. "I can take the time to discuss minutiae with my colleagues or to carefully complete an oil painting", she said of her time under arrest.Do you work at Huawei?

"Thanks to the kindness of the prison staff and other inmates of the Alouette Correctional Center for Women, I was able to survive the worst days of my life", she wrote.

Meng plans to officially challenge the extradition next month. Her case is because of be heard in January.

Meng denies misconduct and the allegations were not examined in court.

What is happening to Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig?

The 2 Canadians have been detained in December, shortly after Ms Weng was detained.

Their detention led to a diplomatic and trade row, with China blocking tens millions of dollars' worth of Canadian pork and vegetable oil exports.

Cong said that he stressed to Meng that Beijing is "determined to protect the just and legitimate rights and interests of its citizens and enterprises, and will continue to urge the Canadian side to correct its mistake and take measures to solve the issue as soon as possible".

In September, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused China of "utilizing arbitrary detention as a instrument to realize political targets".

When he met his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi at a G20 meeting in Japan last weekend, Canada's new foreign minister, Francois-Philippe Champagne, called their release an "absolute priority". China arrested two Canadian voters - conventional Canadian diplomat Michael Kovrig and businessman Michael Spavor.

Canada, meanwhile, enlisted the support of allies such as Britain, France, Germany, the United States and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation to press for the release of its two citizens. "In the fight between the two nations, she became a bargaining chip", said Ren.Huawei is at the centre of the US-China trade war.

For China, Ms Meng's arrest was seen as an attack like no other. Huawei has denied accusations that it spies for China."As a father I of course care about my children", said Ren.

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