U.S. military base Henoko relocation plan Ministry of Defense reports "Material mistake in 20 items" April 2 0:01

A technical review meeting was held by experts from the Ministry of Defense over a plan to relocate the U.S. Army's Futenma base in Okinawa to Henoko, Nago City, and the Ministry of Defense reported that there were 20 errors in the data shown so far. Did.

Over the relocation of the U.S. Army Futenma base, the government has decided to apply to Okinawa for a design change to improve the soft ground at the landfill site.

On the 1st, the Ministry of Defense held a sixth study meeting to hear technical advice from experts, and the Ministry of Defense made a mistake in the data shown so far in 20 items such as the amount of earth and sand to be reclaimed. Reported that there was.

On the other hand, he explained that these mistakes were not significant, and that experts had said that it had no effect on the discussion so far.

The Ministry of Defense wants to apply for a design change to Okinawa Prefecture later this month and will do the necessary work in the future.

However, Okinawa Prefecture does not allow any changes to prevent relocation, and it is expected that the conflict between the government and Okinawa Prefecture will continue.