Malungon, Sarangani — President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday, July 5, commended the military and the police for their sacrifices and hard work in putting an end to the month-long siege in Marawi City.
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The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) on Wednesday, July 5, assured that its members are striving to hunt down individuals involved in the ongoing rebellion in Marawi City.
President Rodrigo Duterte said on Thursday, June 29, that he expects the conflict in Marawi City to end soon as government security forces continue to gain ground against the Maute terrorist group.
Malacañang on Saturday, June 24, welcomed the recent developments on the government’s ongoing operations against the Maute group. Presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella said among the developments in the ongoing operations include the recovery of P10-million worth of shabu found inside the house of former Marawi City Mayor Omar Solitario Ali.
The Palace is deeply saddened by the news on the 13 Marines killed in action during a firefight in Marawi City. They fought gallantly for the liberation of our Maranao brothers and sisters.
We take a moment to remember some of the first casualties in the May 23 attacks in Marawi City; Marawi City Police Senior Inspector and Intelligence Unit Chief Freddie Manuel Solar, from Baguio City, and two members of Special Forces, First Lieutenant John Carl Morales and Special Forces Marlon Baldovino, both of Kabacan, North Cotabato.
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte on Friday, May 26 promised full support for government troops fighting the Maute group in Marawi City.