• Kyodo


Lebanese authorities have not accepted a formal cooperation request from Interpol in relation to Carlos Ghosn, filed after the former Nissan Motor Co. chairman jumped bail in Japan and fled to the Middle-Eastern country, a Lebanese prosecution official said Sunday.

The official’s disclosure conflicts with reports in Lebanon that local prosecutors plan to question Ghosn as early as Tuesday based on a wanted notice they have received from the international police organization.

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