Japanese female defense minister said to Trump will not be for the U.S. military channel more money 月丘うさぎ

Japanese female defense minister said to Trump " ": not for us to pay more – Sohu military channel page first: female Japanese defense minister said to Trump [Abstract] according to Japanese media reports, Trump said during the presidential election, if elected, will require all expenses for Japan and South Korea "one hundred percent" burden of American troops the. In response to this argument, given the answer to the Japanese rice field. After 11, she participated in the cabinet meeting, told reporters that Japan will no longer be stationed in the u.s.. When the media reporter asked, if Trump will ask the Japanese side to increase the cost of U.S. troops stationed in Japan, Japan will be how to deal with, paddy refused to answer this hypothetical situation. She also said that if there is a chance, she hopes to meet with Trump himself, to explain in person. Data figure: Japanese women’s defense minister Inada Tomomi review sdf. U.S. President elect Donald, 11, appointed the white house before the transition team, responsible for the appointment of the new government about 4000 jobs and the appropriate transfer of the relevant work of the. The team is responsible for Trump’s running mate, elected vice president, Mike, and three of the children of the president of the group, also in the group of, as well as in the team, as well as in the group of people who are running for the presidency of the United States, and that mr.. Japanese female defense minister Trump to say "no" to pay more for US forces in Japan Japan media reported 12, according to U.S. President elect Donald Trump had asked the Japanese? "Full reimbursement of U.S. military expenses claims, Japan’s defense minister Inada Tomomi refused to clear. Rice said that the Japanese side to this burden is enough, no more money. Trump has said during the presidential election, if elected, will require Japan and South Korea, one hundred percent of the burden of the U.S. troops stationed all costs. He said that if these countries do not want to pay more costs, the United States should be ready to leave, that is, from the local withdrawal. In response to this argument, given the answer to the Japanese rice field. After 11, she participated in the cabinet meeting, told reporters that Japan will no longer be stationed in the u.s.. Paddy field said: "I think the burden of Japan is enough. In fact, the Japanese government has to bear the burden of." When the media reporter asked, if Trump will ask the Japanese side to increase the cost of U.S. troops stationed in Japan, Japan will be how to deal with, paddy refused to answer this hypothetical situation. She also said that if there is a chance, she hopes to meet with Trump himself, to explain in person. In March this year, Japan’s parliament approved a plan from the beginning of the 2016 fiscal year 5 years, U.S. military burden total 946 billion 500 million yen ($8 billion 800 million) of funds, increase 13 billion 300 million yen over the previous 5 years ($130 million). The Japanese government had previously asked to slash the burden of the U. s.military funding, but the United States insists that the money. From Japan and the United States, the status of the military agreement, the Japanese side does not bear the burden of U.S. military expenses in japan. According to the agreement on the status of troops stationed in the United States and Japan in 1960, Japan’s support to the U.S. military in Japan is limited to "facilities and venues". However, with the strengthening of the Japanese economy, the United States in the 70s of last century.相关的主题文章: