A Japanese diplomat convicted in the United States of domestic violence against his wife has been suspended from work for six months, the Foreign Ministry said Tuesday.
The ministry said it took the disciplinary action against Yoshiaki Nagaya, 33, a vice consul at the consulate general in San Francisco, under the National Public Service Law for committing an act that undermines the credibility of national civil servants.
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