Meng's wife has remained in Lyon with their children is receiving protection.
Meng's wife contacted police in Lyon, the French city where the worldwide police agency is based, after not hearing from him since September 25, and after receiving threats by phone and on social media, France's interior ministry said. French prosecutors said Friday they had launched an investigation.
French authorities said Meng boarded a plane and arrived in China but his whereabouts are unknown.
After a 40-year policing and criminal justice career, Meng also is China's deputy minister of public security.
'I completely accept all the penalty decisions made according to law, after the investigation done by tax authorities.
Neither the public security ministry nor the foreign ministry responded to the Post's requests for comment on Friday, and as of Saturday evening there had been no mention of Meng in the state media.
Europe reported that he left the country on September 29. Meng's wife was purportedly not informed.
Senate confirms Brett Kavanaugh as Supreme Court justice
The FBI spoke to roughly 10 witnesses about the cases, but lawyers for both women said the FBI failed to follow obvious leads. Collins voted to end debate on Kavanaugh's confirmation, paving the way for a final vote. "I applaud and congratulate the U.S.
Dybala scores hattrick as Juventus beat Young Boys 3-0
But it happened anyway, we held on and will enjoy this success". "He is a half of our whole team", he said. You can not cover the sun with a finger, " Keylor Navas explained according to UK Mirror.
India under fire as it deports Rohingya Muslims to Myanmar
Rakhine was the epicentre of a Myanmar army offensive that over the past year has driven 700,000 Rohingya Muslims into Bangladesh. The men were in Silchar central prison in Assam since 2012 for illegally crossing the border in violation of the Foreigners Act.
South China Morning Post, a media house based in Hong Kong quoted a source saying that chief Meng was "taken away" for questioning by discipline authorities "as soon as he landed in China" last week.
Has Meng Hongwei angered China?The 64-year-old was elected as the president of Interpol in November 2016.
A person familiar with the investigation said the initial working assumption was that Meng had antagonised Chinese authorities in some way and had been detained as a result.
"France is puzzled about the situation of Interpol's president and concerned about the threats made to his wife".
Chinese president Xi Jinping (習近平) has presided over an anti-graft drive since coming to power in 2012 that has punished more than 1 million officials.
Such actions would be contrary to Interpol's mission statement: "Action is taken within the limits of existing laws in different countries and in the spirit of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights".
Mr Meng has held various positions within China's security establishment, including as a vice minister of public security since 2004.
Al Jazeera's Adrian Brow, reporting from Beijing, said China's silence is a "reflection of how sensitive this case is". Because Interpol's secretary general is responsible for the day-to-day running of the agency's operations, Meng's absence may have little operational effect. His term as Interpol president runs until 2020.
Interpol can issue a red notice - an worldwide alert - for a wanted person.