Advocating the independence of the Ryukyu group to recognize the identity of the indigenous people at the UNs request.

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 Advocating the independence of the Ryukyu group to recognize the identity of the indigenous people at the UNs request.


(global military comprehensive report), according to Japans Kyodo news agency, 21 Daily reported in April, Okinawa has groups to participate in the from April 16th to 27th aborigine conference held in the United Nations, and asked the Japanese government to recognize Okinawa as an aborigine, and called for a solution to the problems in the United States base in Okinawa. The member of the Ryukyu national independent comprehensive research institute in Okinawa, Japan, which advocates Okinawa independence, participated in the United Nations aborigine conference. Chikawa Shinako, the director of the Institute and lecturer of the University of Okinawa, said, a lot of people say want to know more to us and have a great repercussion. Speaking at the 19 day of the plenary meeting of the aboriginal conference, she argued that Ryukyu was an independent and sovereign state. After being invaded by Japan in 1879, she was still suffering from colonization and militarization. She said that researchers had taken the bones of the Okinawa cemetery in 1920 and took them to the University of Japan on the island, which is now being asked to return the remains. The representative of the Japanese government at the meeting said that Japan has recognized the Abu people in Hokkaido, Japan, who belong to the aborigines, so they are committed to reproducing their inherent culture, but they do not admit that the people of Okinawa are aborigines. He argues that the Japanese government respects Okinawas culture and traditions, but Okinawa people are indigenous people do not exist in Japan. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Ma Chao _NBJ9865 The member of the Ryukyu national independent comprehensive research institute in Okinawa, Japan, which advocates Okinawa independence, participated in the United Nations aborigine conference. Chikawa Shinako, the director of the Institute and lecturer of the University of Okinawa, said, a lot of people say want to know more to us and have a great repercussion. Speaking at the 19 day of the plenary meeting of the aboriginal conference, she argued that Ryukyu was an independent and sovereign state. After being invaded by Japan in 1879, she was still suffering from colonization and militarization. She said that researchers had taken the bones of the Okinawa cemetery in 1920 and took them to the University of Japan on the island, which is now being asked to return the remains. The representative of the Japanese government at the meeting said that Japan has recognized the Abu people in Hokkaido, Japan, who belong to the aborigines, so they are committed to reproducing their inherent culture, but they do not admit that the people of Okinawa are aborigines. He argues that the Japanese government respects Okinawas culture and traditions, but Okinawa people are indigenous people do not exist in Japan.