BERLIN (Reuters) – The U.S. Embassy in Berlin said on Monday that use of untrusted vendors by allies in their 5G mobile networks could jeopardize future sharing of intelligence by the U.S. government.

FILE PHOTO: A 5G sign is seen during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain February 28, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman

An embassy spokesman declined to comment specifically on a Wall Street Journal report about the U.S. government’s first explicit warning to Germany of consequences if China’s Huawei Technologies Co. gets a role in Germany’s next-generation mobile infrastructure.

But he said the use of untrusted vendors in allies’ networks

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