The Philippines strongly urges the DPRK to desist from such provocative acts that threaten the peace and stability of the region and the rest of the world.
The Department of Foreign Affairs cancels consular services on February 8 and 25, and from March 24 to 26.
A few weeks after her Miss Universe 2015 coronation, Ms Pia Alozo Wurtzbach paid a courtesy call on the Philippine Consulate General in New York.
The Philippine Embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan continues to monitor the situation and stands ready to provide assistance to Filipino nationals affected by the incident.
The Philippine Embassy in Jakarta is closely monitoring the situation and is in contact with Indonesian authorities. So far, there are no reports of Filipino casualties in the attacks.
With the Supreme Court’s decision, the Philippine and US Governments can now proceed in finalizing the arrangements for its full implementation.
The second 2+2 Philippines-United States Ministerial Meeting will discuss a range of bilateral issues including defense and security cooperation and significant developments in the economic engagement of the two countries.
The Embassy is now in the process of facilitating their repatriation.
Following a series of bilateral meetings, the Philippines strengthened its international ties. Click through to read result of these meetings.
With this, the Philippines can ensure that its engagements in the global arena are translated into specific projects and programs that advance national interest.
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