The Department of Foreign Affairs – Office of Consular Affairs is currently experiencing delays in the issuance of e-passports. In view of this, measures are now being undertaken to address the situation by increasing the production of e-passports.
The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) advises the public that there will be no passport, authentication, and other consular services at DFA-Aseana, Regional Consular Offices, and all mall-based DFA Satellite Offices on July 17 (Friday).
The Philippines welcomes the just concluded agreement on nuclear matters reached between Iran and the six negotiating countries.
DFA spokesperson discusses the West Philippine Sea issue with various sectors in Tuguegarao city, stressing importance on peaceful resolution that is in accordance with the law.
At UN forum on sustainable development, NEDA secretary calls attention to the needs of the poor and marginalized.
The high-powered Philippine team for the UNCLOS arbitration case currently being heard by an arbitral tribunal in The Hague has begun presenting the arguments for the Philippine position, with emphasis on the tribunal’s proper jurisdiction to hear and decide the case.
In the Philippines’ view, it is not just the Philippines’ claims against China that rest in your capable hands. Mr. President, it is the spirit of UNCLOS itself.
We support the Egyptian government in its efforts to ensure that those responsible for these attacks will be brought to justice.
The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) and the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) brought the West Philippine Sea issue closer to Palaweños by conducting campus tours and a multi-sectoral forum in Palawan from June 29 to July 01.
The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) sincerely apologizes for the current passport delays being experienced by the public, here and abroad.