In September, President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. will go to Singapore and Indonesia on official…
PBBM will visit Filipinos in Singapore and Indonesia.
During his official trips to Singapore and Indonesia, President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. is planning to interact with Filipino communities, Malacanang announced on Saturday.
According to Marcos’ press secretary Trixie Cruz-Angeles’ Facebook post, the meeting will give Marcos an opportunity to reassure the overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) that their welfare and protection are of the utmost priority.
The President will also meet with our countrymen in Singapore and Indonesia to personally reassure them of the commitment of the government to protect their rights and welfare as OFWs, according to Cruz-Angeles. “Bibisita rin ang Pangulo sa ating mga kababayan sa Singapore at Indonesia para personal na ipaabot ang commitment ng pamahalaan na protektahan ang kanilang mga
From September 4 to September 7, Marcos will go to the two Southeast Asian countries for his first official state visits.
On September 4–6, he will travel to Indonesia, after which he will travel on September 6–7 to Singapore.
About 8,000 Filipinos reside in Indonesia, whereas more than 200,000 live in Singapore.
On September 4 and 6, respectively, Marcos is scheduled to meet with members of the Filipino communities in Singapore and Indonesia.
Online registration is needed because walk-ins will not be accepted.
The events will be live-streamed for anyone who won’t be able to attend.
According to Ma. Teresita Daza, a spokesperson for the Philippine Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Marcos’ state visits show how important the Philippines views its connections with Southeast Asian nations.
Cruz-Angeles announced that Marcos would meet with his counterparts, Singaporean President Halimah Yacob and Indonesian President Joko Widodo.
“Our cooperation with Indonesia and Singapore on various sectors will be addressed, and agreements that would strengthen the Philippines’ relations with the two countries will be signed,” she said. “President Marcos’ state visits will see the signing of these agreements, as well as the tackling of our cooperation with Indonesia and Singapore in various sectors.
In order to encourage additional investments in the Philippines, Marcos is also anticipated to meet with business executives from both nations.
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