Meng Wanzhou, 46, Huawei's chief financial officer and the daughter of its founder, faces US accusations that she misled multinational banks about Iran-linked transactions, putting the banks at risk of violating usa sanctions.
The arrest has threatened to disrupt U.S.
Because Kovrig's organisation is not registered as a nongovernmental organisation in China, 'once its staff become engaged in activities in China, it has already violated the law, ' Lu said.
She must remain in Canada and be subject to electronic monitoring and security when she leaves her residence.
The arrest of Meng has put a further dampener on Chinese relations with the United States and Canada at a time when tensions were already high over a trade war and USA accusations of Chinese spying.
Trudeau said Wednesday Canada remains "seized with the case", and reiterated that Ottawa was in direct contact with Chinese diplomats and representatives over Kovrig's arrest.
According to the report, "Meng's attorney said she would not breach a court order because doing so would embarrass her personally, and would also humiliate her father, Huawei and China itself".
A judge freed her on bail late Tuesday while she awaits a hearing on extradition to the United States.
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They must, she said, "ensure that any extradition request is about seeing that justice is done" and not about "political interference".
Following Meng being taken into custody, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said to reporters that "appropriate decisions were taken by the appropriate authorities", when asked about Wanzhou's arrest in Vancouver during a recent press conference. Meng was apprehended, on Washington's request, for allegedly violating U.S. sanctions on Iran.
He previously worked as a diplomat in Beijing, Hong Kong and the United Nations.
The development comes as a bail hearing resumes Tuesday in Vancouver for Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou, who was arrested in Canada on December 1 at the request of US authorities.
Brussels-based ICG said in a statement that it has received no information about Kovrig since his detention and is concerned about his health and safety.
"Obviously it's a challenging situation that we're in right now and we are making sure that we make appropriate representations to the Chinese government about the Canadian that's been held in China - that's important", Morneau said.
Ms Meng faces extradition to the U.S. on charges of fraud related to sanctions-breaking business dealings with Iran.
Despite being called a national security threat by the USA government, the company is the leading provider of networking equipment and is the second largest smartphone manufacturer in the world after Samsung.