The United States alleges she violated USA trade sanctions against Iran and has asked for her extradition.
Meng, who father is the founder of the company, returns to court on Monday to continue seeking bail.
In a bail hearing that was adjourned on Friday, Canadian government lawyer John Gibb-Carsley asked for bail to be denied, saying Meng has been accused of "conspiracy to defraud multiple financial institutions".
Canadian prosecutors have urged a court in Vancouver to keep her in custody but, according to her sworn affidavit, she suffers from severe hypertension and is anxious about her health.
In a sworn affidavit, Meng said she was innocent of the allegations and would contest them at trial in the USA if she was sent there.
Le added that the USA should drop its arrest warrant against Meng and told Ambassador Branstad that China's response will depend on what actions the US decides to take. Purchased with mortgages from HSBC, she has offered to post the family's equity in both as part of her bail, reported Bloomberg.
Canada wants to keep Huawei's Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou in jail after she was arrested on December 1 in Vancouver at the request of the United States over claims she violated sanctions on Iran.
Meng said she has ties to Vancouver that go back 15 years.
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US officials allege that Huawei was trying to use the banks to move money out of Iran.
Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Le Yucheng told U.S. ambassador Terry Branstad that the United States had made an "unreasonable demand" on Canada to detain Meng while she was passing through Vancouver, China's Foreign Ministry said. She faces extradition to the USA over the reported sanctions violations. He added that the case against Meng had not been fully laid out, even though the USA had signed off on her arrest warrant months ago. "We can't even get Apple to crack an iPhone for us in a terrorist investigation", he told CBS "Face the Nation".
China urges the USA to pay attention to China's solemn and just position, and withdraw the arrest warrant on Meng, Le added.
Huawei said Friday that it would "continue to follow the bail hearing", expressing "every confidence that the Canadian and United States legal systems will reach the right conclusion".
"He didn't know", Kudlow told "Fox News Sunday".
A Huawei spokesman said on Friday the company has "every confidence that the Canadian and United States legal systems will reach the right conclusion".
Huawei is the biggest global supplier of network gear for phone and internet companies, but its products have become the target of USA security concerns because of its ties to the Chinese government.
She allegedly assured United States banks that Huawei and Skycom were different companies but prosecutors say they were one and the same.
The firm has always been a source of worry for Washington and its allies, given its close ties to the Chinese government and China's military leaders.