April 26 2012
The United States government has agreed to return five facilities used by its forces in Okinawa in three stages, reports Japan's Yomiuri Shimbun, citing an outline of a joint U.S.-Japan statement.
Officials from each country also agreed to develop plans to improve U.S. facilities on the Tinian and Pagan islands in the Northern Marianas, where joint U.S.-Japanese military exercises are planned.
Tokyo said it would provide some financial assistance for construction costs on the...
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