Japan has sent a report to Peru on the questioning of deposed Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori as a witness in the corruption case of his former intelligence chief Vladimiro Montesinos, according to diplomatic sources.

The record of Fujimori’s questioning earlier this year by a Japanese judge was included in the Foreign Ministry’s partial response to the Peruvian Embassy in Tokyo. The Peruvian government is holding an inquiry into Montesinos’ case, the sources said.

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