Published On: Wed, Dec 7th, 2016

Japanese Consul briefcase stolen in León, Guanajuato

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In the night of Tuesday December 06, the Japanese Consul’s briefcase was stolen in León, Guanajuato.

The facts occurred around 11:00 pm, when the official parked his vehicle in front of the “Guadalajara” Pharmacy , that is located on busy Lopez Mateos Boulevard, at “El Oasis” neighborhood.

The evildoers broke into the Consul’s car and took his briefcase, so far the losses are still unknown, but the incident was reported to the local authorities.

Just yesterday, Mr. Yasuhisa Suzuki was talking about the arrival of Japanese companies to the city of León in 2017, that will result in an economic impact of millions of dollars for the region; and mentioning that recent incidents involving the Japanese community fortunately went without serious consequences.


Yasuhisa Suzuki (Image:

About Yasuhisa Suzuki

Current Consul General of Japan in León, Suzuki has extensive diplomatic career since 1980, with offices of Secretary of the Embassy of Japan in countries like Mexico, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Colombia.

Named Senior Coordinator of the European Policy Division and the Division of Economic Partnership Agreement.

Suzuki graduated from the University of Foreign Studies in Tokyo, Faculty of the Spanish Language.

As a representative of Japan in the world, he has directed various diplomatic divisions.




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