The Japanese ambassador to Lebanon demands more cooperation from the Lebanese authorities regarding the possible extradition of Carlos Ghosn.
Takeshi Okubo informed Lebanese President Michel Aoun in a meeting.
Okubo would have threatened to take measures that could damage relations between countries, although he stated in a statement that he was making great efforts to ensure that the ties were not affected by the matter.
Former Renault and Nissan Ghosn CEO are on trial in Japan for fraud at Nissan. The fallen car magnate suddenly appeared in Beirut at the end of last year after he had fled from Japan.
Lebanon says it will take “the necessary steps” now that it has received an arrest warrant from the international police Interpol.
The public prosecutor of the country made that promise. He did not make clear what those steps entail.