Minister of State for Presidency Affairs Salim Jreissati meets with Japanese Ambassador Matahiro Yamaguchi on Sept. 3, 2019. (The Daily Star/Lebanese Presidency, HO)
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Minister of State for Presidency Affairs Salim Jreissati Tuesday met with the Japanese Ambassador to Lebanon Matahiro Yamaguchi, in order to discuss the fate of former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn.A statement from Jreissati's office said that the minister had told Yamaguchi that he hoped the Lebanese government would soon receive a response from the Japanese authorities to communiques related to the Ghosn case.The minister said that "multiple articles" of the convention would allow Ghosn to be tried "in his home country of Lebanon".Ghosn denies the charges ranged against him.
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