Hatoyama said the premise of a retrial to move out of Okinawa, the U.S. military airport relocation project
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U.S. military bases in Okinawa, Sept. 25 (Xinhua) – Japanese Prime Minister visiting the United States Yukio Hatoyama night local time in Pittsburgh with 24 Japanese reporters were accompanied by earnest. Ginowan on Okinawa city of Futenma Air Station relocation project, he said, “not going to change my basic idea,” said the will continue to move out of Okinawa as a precondition for a retrial.
25, according to Japan’s Kyodo News reported, Hatoyama also stressed: “Is it necessary to decide this year to look at the future circumstances of the case the U.S. government is most concerned about Obama’s Afghanistan.” He said he would priority to discussing issues such as aid to Afghanistan, and consultation with the United States with a certain time of the Futenma Air Station relocation.
Although the U.S. had said the current plan is the best solution, but also willing to negotiate with the Japanese side. Hatoyama may think that a retrial of the relocation plan to get the U.S. to understand. Since the specific alternatives have not yet surfaced, is expected to be difficult negotiations.