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Marcos directs envoys to advance and defend Philippine interests

On Thursday, President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. urged Filipino diplomats to advance and defend the Philippines’ interests in the nations where they will be stationed.

According to a statement posted on the Office of the President’s official Facebook page, Marcos made the request when foreign dignitaries paid him a visit at Manila’s Malacanang Palace.

The President reminded them to maintain good relations with the Philippines’ foreign partners and allies while upholding the nation’s independent foreign policy and interests as he acknowledged the crucial role of newly-appointed and confirmed ambassadors as the Philippines’ representatives in various countries.

The newly appointed Philippine Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary were urged by President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. to “promote and preserve Philippine interests while maintaining good relations in the foreign nations where they will be deployed,” according to an OP statement.

According to a separate social media post by state-run Radio Television Malacaang (RTVM), Marcos urged the authorities to use every resource at their disposal to advance the nation’s prosperity and development.

They were also requested to assist the administration in accelerating the nation’s economic expansion so that Filipinos might live better.

The statement read, “The Chief Executive reminds the Philippine Ambassadors to continue the government’s efforts in communicating and promoting the interest of the Philippines, as well as to maximize opportunities for partnerships with other countries and available resources to support the Philippine economy and improve the lives of Filipinos around the world.

As he sent the ambassadors off to their separate places of assignment, “the President emphasized his commitment to upholding the nation’s independent foreign policy and pledged them of his administration’s unflinching support,” the OP statement stated.

Ambassadors from Argentina’s Grace Tolentino Cruz-Fabella, Belgium’s Jaime Victor Badillo Leda, Brazil’s Joseph Gerard Bacani Angeles, the Czech Republic’s Eduardo Martin Ramos Meez, Indonesia’s Gina Alagon Jamoralin, Israel’s Pedro Ramirez Laylo Jr., Italy’s Nathaniel Garcia Imperial, Japan’s Mylene De Joya Garcia-Albano, and Argentina’s Wilfredo Cunanan (Jordan).

Ambassadors Lilybeth Rodriguez Deapera (United Mexican States), Lilibeth Velasco Pono (Qatar), Medardo Antonio Gonzales Macaraig (Singapore), and Alfonso Ferdinand Agbayani Ver were among the other representatives who met with Marcos (United Arab Emirates).

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