Matibay na relasyon sa ibang estado, ‘best first step forward’ – Marcos

Matibay na relasyon sa ibang estado, ‘best first step forward’ – Marcos

June 30, 2022 @ 5:48 PM 2 months ago


MANILA, Philippines- Binigyang-diin ni  Pangulong Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.  ang kahalagahan ng pagpapalakas at paglikha ng relasyon sa ibang estado.

Naniniwala kasi si Pangulong Marcos na  ang transformation ng world economy at post-pandemic recovery  ay depende sa ‘partnership’ nito sa ibang bansa.

Inihayag ito  ni Pangulong Marcos sa harap ng mga foreign dignitaries na nakiisa sa kanyang vin d’honneur  sa  National Museum of Fine Arts.

“It has become very clear and I think that I may be repeating myself to some of you as I have spoken with you before but I still believe that the transformation of the world economy and our recovery from the pandemic will be dependent on our partners and our allies. And it will be those partnerships that will strengthen that recovery, that will make a more balanced and stable new global environment for us to work in,” ang bahagi ng  talumpati ni Pangulong Marcos.

“I cannot think of a better beginning to a new administration than to be able to have determined the partnerships and strengthen the relationships between our countries and that is something that we will work with very very clearly,” aniya pa rin.

Ikinatuwa naman ni Pangulong  Marcos  ang “common advocacy” ng lahat ng foreign dignitaries sa pagtugon sa climate change, sabay sabing ang usaping ito ay napakahalaga  dahil na rin sa Pilipinas ay   nasa  “most vulnerable position” kumpara sa ibang bansa.

“I was especially struck by the importance that all of your countries have come to put on climate change. I believe that it was unanimous that all the ambassadors, all the representatives from the different countries who I have met with have each made offers of help in terms of mitigation and adaptation to climate change,” ayon sa Chief Executive.

“We have seen and it has been proven to us very clearly in the past weeks and months how interconnected the world is now, how interconnected the economies are, how interconnected the political systems are, how interconnected our cultural and educational relationships are. We can only go from here to strength, and to strength, and to strength,” dagdag na pahayag nito.

Samantala, pinangunahan din ni Apostolic Nuncio of the Holy See to the Philippines at Dean of the Diplomatic Corps,  ang Most Reverend Archbishop na si  Charles John Brown  ang ‘toast” para batiin ang bagong Pangulo ng Pilipinas.

“The Filipino people have placed their trust and their hopes in you, the hopes for a future that is prosperous, safe, equitable and just,” ayon kay Brown.

“I know that I speak for all the diplomats gathered here with you this afternoon when I say that we too, in the international community, harbor the same hopes for your presidency and for your nation and that we pledge our cooperation and our collaboration with your administration in achieving the success of your mandate,”  ayon pa rin sa apostolic nuncio.

Kagaya sa mga nakaraan,  sinabi ni  Brown  na mayroong mga kahaharaping hamon ang  incoming administration subalit bitbit ni Marcos ang “an extensive experience of many years in governmental service” at ang kanyang panawagan na pagkakaisa  ay umalingawngaw ng malalim at malawak sa sambayanang filipino.

“For these reasons, you begin your term as president with a strong note of hope and confidence in the future,” dagdag pa ng apostolic envoy.

Sa kabilang dako, may ilan namang foreign dignitaries  ang nakiisa sa inagurasyon ni Pangulong Marcos bilang ika-17 Pangulo ng Pilipinas.

Kabilang naman sa mga  foreign officials na dumalo ay sina US Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff, Australian Governor-General David Hurley, Vice President Wang Qishan of China, Vice President Võ Th? Ánh Xuân of Vietnam, at Thailand Deputy Prime Minister Don Pramudwinai. Kris Jose