The speech came just days after a team of United States officials toured EU capitals - including Brussels - urging European governments to scrap Huawei technology from their telecom infrastructure plans.
On top of all this, the USA recently uncovered evidence of Huawei trying to commit fraud and intellectual property theft.
According to a report by Reuters, the company has previously offered & constructed security labs in Britain & Germany with the intention of rebuilding confidence in the brand and showing that the company's equipment & consumer electronics do not contain back doors or spyware for the Chinese intelligence service.
But dumping the telecom company comes at a cost as experts say Huawei is between six months and one year ahead of rivals in terms of the quality of 5G equipment.
"Cybersecurity should remain as a technical issue instead of an ideological issue. Because technical issues can always be resolved through the right solutions, while an ideological issue cannot", he added.
President Donald Trump is likely to ban Chinese telecom equipment from United States wireless networks by signing an executive order as soon as next week, according to Politico.
The comments due to be delivered in a speech by Abraham Liu, Huawei's chief representative to European Union institutions, come as the company finds itself under fire over ties with the Chinese government and suspicion that Beijing could use its technology for spying, which the company denies.
The company also denied claims it could be compelled to assist Chinese national intelligence work using information gathered from the UK.
In a letter to Norman Lamb MP, chair of the science and technology committee, Ryan Ding, an executive from the controversial Chinese technology company, pledged to spend £1.5 billion over five years to address security issues flagged last year.
The Prince's Trust recently announced it would no longer accept donations from the firm, after Mr Williamson and MI6 chief Alex Younger publicly expressed their concerns over the company. "The governments in some countries have labelled Huawei as a security threat, but they have never substantiated these allegations with solid evidence". "Were Huawei ever to engage in malicious behavior, it would not go unnoticed - and it would certainly destroy our business".