"We have recently commissioned objective research via national and international channels showing that the use of Huawei technologies pose a risk", Miguel de Bruycker, the Belgium Centre for Cybersecurity director, said as quoted by the Belga news agency.
The publication comes after in November, The Wall Street Journal reported that the United States has been urging its allies to abandon the use of Huawei equipment following Washington's example due to security concerns.
The United States, in particular, expressed worries about the security of its military bases in Germany, Italy, and Japan, where Huawei telecommunications equipment are widely used.
Before that, US President Donald Trump enacted legislation banning government agencies from using Huawei technology. This came after retail stores at US military bases were prohibited from selling Huawei mobile phones over concerns that they "pose an unacceptable risk to the department’s personnel, information, and mission".