China News Service, November 29, according to the Kyodo News Agency, on the 28th, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Okinawa Prefecture Governor Yucheng Danny held talks to promote the relocation of the US military Futenma Airport to Nagoya, Nago City. Intention and seeking understanding. Yucheng asked to abandon the relocation, and the talks ended in a rupture. According to the report, the central government’s policy is to promote the relocation of related projects, which will inevitably lead to strong opposition from the county. The last meeting between Abe and Yucheng was on October 12.
According to reports, Yucheng pointed out during the talks that the relocation will take 13 years and demanded that “the government hopes that the government will seriously treat the public opinion reflected in the election of the governor and stop construction”. Abe did not agree, saying that “I hope to promote the relocation work as planned, and I will seek to understand. After the talks, Yucheng revealed the above news to the media.
The Chief Cabinet Secretary Yi Yiwei said at the press conference: “The idea of the relocation of the wilderness was very different and failed to reach an agreement. As the government will effectively promote the relocation project. ”