President Rodrigo Roa Duterte during the ceremonial exchange of business agreements between the Philippines and Israel at the King David Hotel in Jerusalem on September 4, 2018.

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte shares a light moment with his supporters on the sidelines of the ceremonial exchange of business agreements between the Philippines and Israel at the King David Hotel in Jerusalem on September 4, 2018. KARL NORMAN ALONZO/PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte is accompanied by Secretary Christopher Lawrence ‘Bong’ Go of the Office of the Special Assistant to the President and Trade and Industry Secretary Ramon Lopez upon his arrival at the King David Hotel in Jerusalem to witness the ceremonial exchange of business agreements between the Philippines and Israel on September 4, 2018. KING RODRIGUEZ/PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, in his speech during the ceremonial exchange of business agreements between the Philippines and Israel at the King David Hotel in Jerusalem on September 4, 2018, assures the Israeli companies that the Philippines will provide them a corruption-free business environment. A total of 21 business agreements were signed between various private companies from the Philippines and Israel. The agreements have an estimated investment value of $82.9 million and are expected to generate around 790 jobs for the Filipinos. KING RODRIGUEZ/PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte shares a light moment with his supporters on the sidelines of the ceremonial exchange of business agreements between the Philippines and Israel at the King David Hotel in Jerusalem on September 4, 2018. KING RODRIGUEZ/PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, in his speech during the ceremonial exchange of business agreements between the Philippines and Israel at the King David Hotel in Jerusalem on September 4, 2018, assures the Israeli companies that the Philippines will provide them a corruption-free business environment. A total of 21 business agreements were signed between various private companies from the Philippines and Israel. The agreements have an estimated investment value of $82.9 million and are expected to generate around 790 jobs for the Filipinos. KING RODRIGUEZ/PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO