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HOSTAGE STANDOFF

Hostage List

December 19, 1996

Some of the hostages taken by a guerrilla group at the Lima residence of the Japanese ambassador to Peru:

PERUVIAN OFFICIALS

Foreign minister

Agriculture minister

Speaker of parliament

Supreme Court president

Three Peruvian legislators

JAPANESE OFFICIAL

* Chief advisor to the Japan International Cooperation Agency

AMBASSADORS TO PERU

Austria

Bolivia

Brazil

Britain

Bulgaria

Canada

Cuba

Germany

Greece

Guatemala

Japan

Malaysia

Panama

Poland

Romania

South Korea

Spain

Venezuela

European Union

JAPANESE BUSINESS PEOPLE

* Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd., head of Peru division and three Japanese staff members

* Mitsui Mining & Smelting Co. Ltd., head of energy department at Tokyo headquarters, head of Lima branch and four Japanese staff members

* Tomen Corp., Lima branch head and one Peruvian staff member

* Nissho Iwai Corp., Lima branch head and one Japanese staff member

* Kanematsu Corp., Lima branch head and one Japanese staff member

* Mitsui & Co. Ltd., head of Mitsui Peru and three Japanese staff members

* Marubeni Corp., head of Lima branch and two Japanese staff members

* Mitsubishi Corp., head of Mitsubishi Peru and two Japanese staff members

* Ajinomoto Co. Inc., head of Ajinomoto Peru and two staff members

* NEC Corp., Lima branch head and one Japanese staff member

* Toyota Motor Corp., head of Toyota Peru and one Japanese staff member

* Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., head of Nissan Peru

* Asahi Chemical Industry Co. Ltd., head of Asahi Chemical Peru

* Fujita Corp., Lima branch head

* Japan Water Works (Jogesuido) Co., local project manager and four Japanese staff members

* Japan Airlines (JAL) Co. Ltd., head of local affiliate

* Japan Bonita and Tuna Fishing Assn., head of Lima branch

OTHERS

Other hostages were believed to include:

Teachers sent to Japanese school in Lima

Members of Japanese associations: 10 Japanese and 22 Japanese Peruvians

Note: It is unclear which of these hostages may have been released.

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