Futenma relocation tangled apologize Kan Okinawa

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Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan, 17 and Okinawa Prefecture Governor Philip Chung Ino more talks on the central government failed to honor the Marine Corps Air Station Futenma in Okinawa Okinawa, the commitment to move out to apologize.

"Felt sorry"

UGG Bailey Button TripletThis is from June Kan second visit since he took office in Okinawa Prefecture. On the afternoon with his 17-Governor Zhong County, talks really well.

During the talks, Naoto Kan, Hatoyama Yukio to the Cabinet failed to deliver to relocate the Futenma base outside Okinawa or abroad, promised to apologize Okinawa, "Okinawa is very sorry ... ... As a Japanese, I am sorry; As a politician, I am very ashamed. "

Meeting place, the hundreds of people held protests. As in Japanese, "Jian" pronunciation of the word "tank" character similar to some people beating cans in protest. Ugg Classic Mini bottes

"Better choice"

Kan Chung-Ino to the proposed Japan-US joint statement in accordance with the relocation of the Futenma base in Nago City, Okinawa Prefecture wild side of the ancient region. Naoto Kan, said the program "to feasibility point of view, it is a relatively good choice."

Ugg Classic Cardy bottesHowever, Chung Ino told the media after the talks: "The Prime Minister said 'better option' error. I do not understand what he was saying. The county can not move." Zhong Ino asked to re-evaluate the existing Democratic Party government relocation program, the Futenma Okinawa base move.

"Basic game is"

This year is the "Japan-US Security Treaty," the 50th anniversary of amendments. The two countries due to the relocation of the Futenma base divided on the issue, not joint statement issued security alliance. Analysts predicted that Naoto Kan to visit next spring to resolve this dispute before the "basic game is."

According to Kyodo News agency statistics, the U.S. military around the baseUgg Classic Argyle Knit covering about 75% of the total area in Okinawa Prefecture, and Okinawa Prefecture of Japan, an area accounting for about 0.6% of the total area

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