U.S. Pacific commander said Obama will not change the Asia-Pacific strategy
Nov. 6 (Xinhua) Japan’s Kyodo news, U.S. Pacific Commander Keating 5 in New York to accept some of the media reporters, the Obama-elect the government’s Asia-Pacific strategy, said, “I will not admonition to the President-elect of the current approach to large changes, but I think (Obama) will not make changes, “pointing out that the U.S. military reorganization and other current course of action will not change.
addition, the reorganization of the U.S. Marines stationed in Okinawa, Japan to Guam relocation costs are significantly higher than Japan and the U.S. government initially agreed amount, so Keating said that to achieve the relocation plan “may to drag the 2014 or 2015. ”
as with U.S. anti-missile plans in Eastern Europe to confront Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said the 5 For the latest in the deployment of missiles in western Russia, which Keating said, “For the Japanese, led by the United States Allies and regional missile threats, hoping to develop foolproof (response), but I do not worry about Russia’s every move now will lead to changes in the Asia-Pacific U.S. military strategy. “