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Japanese diplomat is ‘blindfolded and pinned down’ while being interrogated by Russian agents


Japanese diplomat is ‘blindfolded and pinned down’ while being interrogated by Russian agents who accused him of spying – as furious Tokyo lashes out at ‘unbelievable acts’

  • Tokyo demanded Moscow apologise over treatment of a detained diplomat
  • Consul in eastern city of Vladivostok detained for alleged espionage activities 
  • Japan claimed he was blindfolded, with pressure applied to his hands and head  
  • FSB accused him of spying on Russia’s cooperation with another Asian country 

Japan on Tuesday demanded Russia apologise for detaining a diplomat over alleged espionage, denying the charge and accusing Moscow of blindfolding and pinning the man down in ‘unbelievable acts’.

Motoki Tatsunori, a Japanese diplomat based in the eastern city of Vladivostok,…



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