“We are screening in detail Lebanon’s domestic laws and ...we will do whatever we can to win his return,” the official said.
Japan is expected to speak with Lebanon through diplomatic channels about Carlos Ghosn fleeing Tokyo for the Middle East country, The Japan Times reported Thursday.
Ghosn has been held in custody in Japan since last November, after being arrested on charges of financial misconduct, which he denies.
Ghosn went on the counter-attack the previous day, declaring his innocence before a court hearing in his first public appearance since his arrest.
Ghosn denies the charges against him.
Japanese authorities Tuesday released on bail a Nissan executive accused of a key role in the financial misconduct case involving auto tycoon Carlos Ghosn.
A Japanese court on Sunday extended for 10 days the detention of ousted Nissan Motor Co (7201.T) chairman Carlos Ghosn.
Nissan Motor's CEO plans to meet one-on-one with the deputy CEO of automaking partner Renault in Amsterdam this week.
Carlos Ghosn as chairman, a spectacular fall from grace for the once-revered boss whose arrest for financial misconduct has stunned the business world.