I learned with deep shock that the southern Philippines was battered by strong tropical storms, causing immense loss of life and property. On behalf of the Chinese Government and people, I would like to extend to Your Excellency, and through you, my sincere sympathy to the Philippine Government and people, and my profound condolences to the victims.
The Government of the Republic of the Philippines and the entire Filipino nation join me in expressing both our most profound condolences and sympathies, as well as our solidarity with Your Excellency and the people of Japan, as you strive to cope with this tragedy whose devastation, it pains us, are still unfolding.
I have added my voice in support of those who have petitioned the Supreme Court to permit television and radio broadcast of the trial. It is my earnest hope that the Supreme Court will, within the many considerations that enter into such a historic deliberation, attend to this petition with the dispatch, dispassion and humaneness, such a petition merits.
Letter of His Excellency Benigno S. Aquino III President of the Philippines In response to the Facebook note, “Mr. President, Something In You Has To Die” [Posted on Facebook on September 13, 2010] Hello, Reyn. This is your President. First of all, thank you for your note on Facebook. Such insights from concerned citizens are […]
LETTER of His Excellency BENIGNO S. AQUINO III President of The Philippines TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ON THE IMMINENT CONCLUSION OF THE PHILIPPINES’ MILLENNIUM CHALLENGE ACCOUNT COMPACT AGREEMENT [July 8, 2010] HIS EXCELLENCY BARACK OBAMA President United States of America Dear President Obama, I wish to express my appreciation for […]
Signed on November 28, 2008: Enjoining the officials and employees of all government offices including government-owned and controlled corporations, government financial institutions, state colleges and universities, local government units and government employees’ associations to participate in the “Lingap Barangay” project
Speech of President Arroyo at the Annual Meeting of the Philippine Economic Society, March 26, 2001
In accordance with our mutual desire to maintain a high degree of understanding of our policies and activities through high level emissaries, I am sending the Honorable PACIFICO A. CASTRO, Acting Minister for Foreign Affairs, to brief you and other officials of your Administration on the latest developments in the Philippines including the steps we have taken to insure u free, honest, fair and democratic election. I trust that Minister Castro will be received with the traditional American hospitality.
Letter of United States President Dwight D. Eisenhower handed by U.S. Vice-President Richard M. Nixon to President Magsaysay, July 3, 1956
As I have no desire in any way to limit its freedom of action, the Council is free to use its own judgment in its study of economic policy.
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