Long-term detention of former Nissan executives, next US ambassador to Japan motivated to resolve

Long-term detention of former Nissan executives, next US ambassador to Japan motivated to resolve
The ruling party and the Democratic Party also disagree with the approval of the next Ambassador to Japan, Emmanuel of the United States (Washington, 20th)

Republican Senator William Hagerty, who served as the U.S. Ambassador to Japan, said on the 20th that former Nissan Motor executives detained by Japanese judicial authorities “are suffering from unfair and barbaric treatment.” He insisted and appealed for early release. The next Ambassador to Japan, Rahm Emanuel, has positioned it as a “top priority” and will work on a solution.

Mr. Hagati, who served as Ambassador to Japan until July 2019, spoke at a hearing of the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee about former Nissan CEO Greg Kelly, who is on trial for violating the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act. The hearing was held to determine Mr. Emmanuel’s policy toward Japan, which President Biden nominated as Ambassador to Japan.

Mr. Hagati points out that Kelly’s detention has been long-term. He criticized “Japan’s judicial system is outdated” and called on Mr. Emmanuel to work with the Japanese government to release him. Mr. Hagati is a senator from Southern Tennessee, and Mr. Kelly is also from the state.

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