The Okinawa Prefectural Assembly lodged a protest with the central government Monday over the signing of a fishery accord with Taiwan that could hurt the local economy.
Some members of the assembly visited Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Katsunobu Kato in Tokyo to hand over a letter of protest, which was unanimously adopted last week by the assembly.
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