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Nissan's Ghosn crisis

Lebanon president denies Beirut role in Ghosn escape

Aoun promises Japanese ambassador full cooperation

BEIRUT -- Lebanon will fully cooperate with Japan's government in dealing with former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn's escape, President Michel Aoun told the Japanese ambassador Tuesday.

Aoun said that Beirut had no involvement in Ghosn's escape, according to a statement from Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the president's meeting with Ambassador Takeshi Okubo.

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