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Japan returns three Mexican nationals to complete sentences

Mexico City, Mexico — The government of Japan has transferred three Mexican nationals back to the country to finish their sentences. In a press release, the Attorney General’s Office of the Republic said that in compliance with the Strasbourg Convention between Mexico and Japan, three Mexicans were returned to the country.

Carlos Miguel “N”, Juan Ramón “N” and José Marcos “N” were transferred from Japan back to Mexico in coordination with the Ministry of Security and Citizen Protection and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The three men were handed over to authorities by the Government of Japan at the Narita International Airport after being sentenced in Japan for the crimes of Violation of the Law on the Control of Narcotics and Psychotropic Drugs and Violation of the Customs Law.