January 25 According to a report by Japan’s Kyodo News Agency, on January 25th local time, Danny Tamagi, Governor of Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, angrily said that the secret agreement on the U.S. Army Schwab Barracks that allows the “Surface Mobile Corps” of the Japanese Land Self-Defense Force to be stationed in the city of Okinawa Prefecture, “From the perspective of the feelings of the county people, nothing The law accepts it.
According to reports, Tamagi said that he had never heard of this at all about the secret agreement reached between the Japanese Land Self-Defense Force and the U.S. Marine Corps in 2015. Details will be confirmed next.”
The report pointed out that the secret agreement was to allow the “surface mobile regiment” of the outlying island defense force stationed in the Schwab barracks.
This area will be used together with the border and ancient coastal areas that promote landfill operations as the relocation site of U.S. Putianma Airport.
Tamagi pointed out that “the burden of U.S. military bases in Okinawa is being demanded to be substantially reduced”, believing that it may be necessary to re-examine the final report of the Japan-US Special Operations Committee (SACO) in 1996, which contains plans for the collation and downsizing of U.S. military facilities in Okinawa, including Utenma.