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U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Greene, “Kyogamisaki Communications Site is “important”

  • October 8, 2021
  • , Sankei Kyoto, Tamba, and Tango edition , p. 22
  • JMH Translation

U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Greene meets with Mayor Nakayama (right) at Kyotango City Hall (Mineyama-cho).

Raymond Greene (50), who assumed office as U.S. Chargé d’Affaires ad interim in Japan on July 17, met with Mayor Nakayama Yasushi and others on Oct. 7 at Kyotango City Hall (Mineyama-cho). Speaking of the U.S. military’s Kyogamisaki Communications Site (Tango-cho), Chargé Greene said, “I view the facility as very important to the U.S.-Japan alliance. I would like to thank Kyotango citizens for hosting (the facility).”


Mayor Nakayama requested the communications site “take additional, thorough measures to ensure the safety and peace of mind of residents.”


“Kyotango has outstanding tourism resources,” said Mayor Nakayama. “Once COVID-19 is under control, I would like the U.S. Embassy to help put Kyotango on the itinerary of American tourists.” Chargé Greene said, “Once the COVID (situation) is better, we will encourage tourists to visit Tango.”

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