U.S. government does not mention stopping operations at Futenma within five years

January 31, 2014 Ryota Shimabukuro of Ryukyu Shimpo reports from Washington D.C.

Susumu Matayoshi, the head of the Executive Office of the Governor, met Marc Knapper, director of the Office of Japanese Affairs and Andrew Winternitz, the Pentagon director for Japan policies at the Department of Defense on January 30.
Matayoshi explained to them about the four policies to reduce Okinawa’s burden of bases that the prefectural government had asked the Japanese government to carry out.

According to Matayoshi, the U.S. side stressed the current plan of closing the base after building new one, for which construction will take nine and a half years. They did not specifically mention the policies that the prefectural government had requested. The U.S. side told Matayoshi that they appreciated Okinawa governor’s approval of the Henoko landfill.

Nakaima asked the Japanese government to carry out four policies to reduce Okinawa’s burden of bases with his approval of the landfill at the end of 2013.
Nakaima was optimistic about stopping operations at Futenma within five years, saying, “The Prime Minister said he will work on it.” However, the U.S. side once again did not mention it.

(English translation by T&CT)

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