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WARSAW, July 5 (Reuters) - Former Polish security official Piotr Durbajlo, who was arrested in January on allegations of spying for China, will be released upon paying bail, his defence lawyers told Reuters on Friday.
But a salesman for telecom gear maker Huawei, Wang Weijing, will remain under temporary arrest for at least another three months, his defence lawyer said. Wang was fired by Huawei after his arrest.
Durbajlo, a cybersecurity specialist, had worked for years in the top echelons of the Polish government, including with people and agencies involved in sensitive national security matters, Reuters reported this week.
A lawyer for Durbajlo said he did not want his client to comment for the earlier Reuters report, adding a request to overturn the arrest had been rejected.
Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei is under intense international scrutiny after U.S. allegations that its kit can be used for spying by Beijing, which it has repeatedly denied.
Washington has called on its allies to exclude Huawei equipment from their fifth generation (5G) mobile telecoms networks and use alternative providers.
Durbajlo, who was working as consultant to Orange Polska at the time of his arrest but has since left the company, is expected to pay 120,000 zlotys ($31,680) within the next 30 days to secure his release, one of his lawyers said.
The lawyer said the case against Durbajlo has not been dropped, and did not explain why he was being released on bail.
Wang told Reuters from jail that Durbajlo was probably his best Polish friend and that the pair travelled to China together on three occasions. Durbajlo visited Huawei's headquarters in Shenzhen at least twice.
Poland's security services are interested in Durbajlo's travel to China, Reuters has reported and are looking into his work on a project at a Warsaw military university that involved creating a monitoring system to guard against accessing classified information sent through fibre optic networks.
Wang, who told Reuters he is innocent, will continue to be held at the Warszawa-Bialoleka prison and detention centre.
Polish prosecutors have said little about the case, which is mostly classified, since announcing the arrests.
However Polish President Andrzej Duda told Reuters in June that the allegations against the two men were not "empty", that "documentation exists" and that the arrests mean "there is evidence that such activities may have been carried out". ($1 = 3.7883 zlotys)
(Reporting by Joanna Plucinska and Alicja Ptak, Editing by Steve Stecklow and Alexander Smith)