Pangulong Aquino: Nalulugod po tayong makabalik ng Pilipinas, galing sa matagumpay nating pagbisita sa Estados Unidos at Canada. Alam naman po ninyo, talagang malapit sa atin ang dalawang bansang ito.
Today, just as the Philippines thanks Canada, we also commit ourselves to strengthen the already robust friendship between us, and endeavor to forge a kind of economic relationship that redounds to the betterment of the peoples of Canada and the Philippines.
President Benigno S. Aquino III delivered the following remarks upon arriving at Rideau Hall, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on May 7, 2015. He is in Canada for a state visit upon the invitation of the Prime Minister.
“Sa araw pong ito, lilipad tayo patungo sa dalawang bansang talagang malapit sa atin, at itinuturing na pangalawang tahanan ng napakaraming Pilipino: ang mga bansang Estados Unidos at Canada.”
President Benigno S. Aquino III is back in the Philippines, after attending the 26th ASEAN Summit in Malaysia. In the President’s arrival statement, he details his activities in Kuala Lumpur and his discussions with fellow ASEAN heads of state.
President Aquino: A team from the Philippine embassy in New Delhi, India is traveling to Nepal to meet the needs of our countrymen affected by the earthquake.
Pangulong Aquino: Malinaw po: Naisakatuparan natin ang malawakang transpormasyon ng lipunan dahil sa pakikilahok at pagkakapit-bisig ng mas nakakaraming Pilipino.
Rest assured: We will continue to implement reforms to avoid a similar situation in the future, and strengthen our fishing industry even further.
This year is a historic milestone in our partnership, as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Republic of the Philippines and the Sovereign Order of Malta.
We are hopeful that this joint call will help us gain momentum for a truly global initiative to address climate change.