Carlos Ghosn to appear before Lebanese judiciary following Interpol arrest warrant
A source told Lebanon's The Daily Star that State Prosecutor Judge Ghassan Oueidat will take the required judicial measures after interrogating Ghosn.
A decision will also be made on whether Lebanon will accept the participation of a judicial Japanese delegation in the interrogation, the daily reported.
The French-Lebanese former Nissan boss, who had been under house arrest in Japan over several counts of financial misconduct, escaped in mysterious circumstances and arrived in Beirut on Monday.
Interpol, which is headquartered in the French city of Lyon, is an international organisation that facilitates worldwide police cooperation.
An Interpol 'red notice' is a request to police across the world to provisionally arrest a person pending extradition, surrender or similar legal action. It is not an arrest warrant.
A Lebanese judicial source has already told AFP however that Lebanon and Japan do not have an extradition agreement under which Ghosn - who holds Lebanese, French and Brazilian nationalities - could be sent back to Tokyo.
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