Japan will make its borders stronger. Ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn escaped to Lebanon last week, even though the police had his passports. He was waiting to go on trial. Japan will strengthen its border checks. It has already acted actions to stop anyone on bail from leaving the country.
It is unclear how Mr Ghosn escaped. Cameras monitored his home 24 hours a day. News sources say he escaped in the case of a double bass. He then flew from Osaka to Lebanon. Lebanon said he entered the country with a French passport on Monday. He has not been seen since. Interpol made a "wanted" notice for him.