Interpol chief Meng Hongwei vanishes on the visit to China

Interpol president Meng Hongwei vanishes

French police have opened an examination concerning the vanishing a month ago of Meng Hongwei, the Chinese leader of the global police association Interpol, sources near the request revealed to European news outlets on Friday.

Meng was most recently seen leaving for China from Interpol’s home office in Lyon, southeast France, in late September, the source said. His better half detailed him missing.

Interpol chief Meng Hongwei
Interpol president Meng Hongwei 

Interpol’s site takes note of that Meng has filled in as Vice Minister of Public Security in his local China.

The association discharged an announcement saying the whereabouts of its pioneer was a “matter for the pertinent experts in both France and China.”

French police said the case was being dealt with by the general population investigator in Lyon, yet there was no quick remark from that office.

An authority at the worldwide police association revealed to The Associated Press that Meng left France and land in China toward the finish of September and that there had been no news of him since.

Chinese daily paper the South China Morning Post cited anonymous authorities as saying Meng was the subject of an examination in China and that he was “taken away” for addressing by experts “when he arrived” in the nation. The Post said it was vague what Meng may be under scrutiny for.

News of Meng’s evident vanishing goes ahead the foot sole areas of a declaration by Chinese authorities that Hollywood star Fan Bingbing, who additionally vanished without a follow a while prior, has been requested to pay a huge number of dollars in claimed back expenses and punishments.

The declaration of the fines this week by Communist Party authorities shed no light on her present whereabouts.

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