Japan 'communiceert nauw' met de VS na arrestatie van twee mannen over ontsnapping uit Ghosn: bron


TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan is closely communicating with relevant U.S. authorities following the U.S. arrest of two men on charges they enabled former Nissan Motor Co chairman Carlos Ghosn to escape from Japan last year, a Japanese government source said on Thursday.

Former U.S. Green Beret Michael Taylor, 59, and his son, Peter Taylor, 27, are accused by Japanese authorities of helping Ghosn flee to Lebanon to avoid trial over alleged financial wrongdoing.

Teporting by Linda Sieg; Editing by Kim Coghill

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