Nearly 200 Japanese civilians to protest U.S. nuclear carrier stationed in assembly (Figure)
Washington, the Japanese entered the U.S. Navy nuclear-powered aircraft carrier
nearly 200 civilians, 21 in Yokosuka, Japan, the U.S. military bases around the rally to protest U.S. nuclear aircraft carrier stationed in Japan.
Agence France-Presse reported demonstrations in the rain walking around the military base. Someone in the crowd shouted: “We do not need the United States signed a security agreement! We do not need U.S. troops in here!”
a 70-year-old marchers, said: “I am worried about a nuclear leak or collision accident and I worried that the U.S. military will stir up trouble. Obviously, the more people they come, here we will be more crime. “
United States,” George Washington “nuclear aircraft carrier is scheduled to 25, stationed in Japan’s capital Tokyo, 50 kilometers south of Yokosuka. This is the first time the United States nuclear-powered aircraft carrier deployed in Japan.
“George Washington” had a fire in May, residents of Japan to deepen its security concerns. Yokosuka City, so many times earlier rally to protest against U.S. nuclear-powered aircraft carrier stationed in activities. Earlier this month, two explosions occurred in Yokosuka, in connection with the protest activities.