The Duterte administration has posted a historic first by raising the highest amount of official development assistance (ODA)—Php 1 trillion—in just seven months in office.
Japan will help support the creation of business opportunities in the Philippines worth 1 trillion yen, announced a top Japanese government official.
President Rodrigo Duterte and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Thursday, January 12 witnessed the signing of several agreements aimed at enhancing cooperation between the two countries.
Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella said on Friday (October 28) that the recently concluded official visit of President Rodrigo Duterte to Japan has yielded 12 business agreements valued at US$1.8 billion.
President Rodrigo Duterte said on Thursday that his three-day visit to Japan has been very fruitful, noting that Philippines-Japan ties remain excellent as the two countries agreed to strengthen cooperation on the basis of shared interests.
(Yokohama, Japan)—President Rodrigo Duterte visited the Japan Coast Guard on Thursday (October 27) wherein he was shown firsthand the Japan Coast Guard’s capability in disaster and rescue response.
(TOKYO, Japan)– Prime Minister Shinzo Abe gave a rousing welcome and hosted a dinner on Wednesday, October 26 for Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte during the latter’s first visit to Japan as state leader. Abe said there is a deep, warm, family-like or brotherly relationship bond between the Philippines and Japan.
TOKYO, JAPAN – President Rodrigo Duterte underscored on Wednesday the stronger economic ties with Japan which he said will continue to be a priority for the Philippines as the two countries celebrate the 60th year of bilateral relations.
President Rodrigo Duterte and Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday signed agreements to acquire vessels and training aircraft for the Philippines.
(TOKYO, Japan)–President Duterte on Tuesday, October 25, met the Filipino community in Japan and expressed his gratitude to the Japanese for helping them find stable jobs.
The visit of President Rodrigo Duterte to Japan next week will reaffirm the six decades of strategic partnership between the two countries, a representative from the Japanese Embassy said.
Even the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) will now take an active role in eliminating the drug menace. President Rodrigo Duterte has underscored the need for the PCG to upgrade its capability to successfully combat terrorism, human trafficking and the narcotics trade.