It’s not only the overseas Filipino workers who are elated to see the president, but also the Thais, says Philippine Ambassador to Thailand Her Excellency Ms Mary Jo Bernardo-Aragon.
Speaking before thousands of Filipinos in Thailand, President Rody Duterte was all praises to the Prime Minister of Thailand, General Prayuth Chan-o-cha as the later celebrated his birthday last Tuesday, March 21.
During the president’s speech that roughly lasted around 1 hour and 30 minutes, he reiterated the government programs that benefit not only Filipinos in the country, but as well as the overseas Filipino workers.
Various Filipino Community leaders and its members are all prepared and ready for the upcoming interaction with President Duterte on March 22, 2017 at the Royal Thai Navy Hall in Bangkok.
President Duterte, together with his entourage, safely landed last night at the Royal Thai Air Force Military Air Terminal 2, March 20, 10:47pm local time.
Lt. General Werachon, deputy government spokesperson, said that both countries will discuss prevalent and timely issues on drugs, cooperation between intelligence agencies and solving insurgency problems with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) based in Mindanao among a few.
The Embassy calls on the Filipino performers who submitted their names to come early. They must come as early as 1pm and proceed to Taweethapisek School for their security check.
Josh Roxas is a multi-awarded Filipino artist who has his works exhibited at various high-end hotels and exhibits throughout the Kingdom. He specializes in various media such as acrylic, oil and mixed media.
Three house shops were burned down in Pattaya’s Walking Street, Chonburi, last Wednesday, March 15, 7:30am, as a transformer exploded and flared up the establishments. No casualties were reported.
The Philippine Embassy in Bangkok has finalized and confirmed the list of attendees to the President’s visit in Thailand on Wednesday, March 22, 2017, 7:00 pm at the Royal Thai Navy Hall.