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President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. and the Philippine delegation were greeted by Filipino and Australian officials upon their arrival in Melbourne, Australia.
Upang patibayin ang kooperasyon sa pagitan ng ASEAN at Australia sa mga mahahalagang usapin gaya ng pagpapatupad ng international law sa West Philippine Sea, lalahok si Pangulong Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. sa ASEAN-Australia Special Summit sa Melbourne. Sa kanyang departure statement, ibinahagi ni Pangulong Marcos ang magiging bilateral meeting kasama ang Cambodia at New Zealand. Makikipagpulong din si PBBM kasama ang mga business leaders sa Australia at magbibigay ng mensage sa Lowy Institute. Nakatakda ding makipagkita ang Pangulo kasama ang Philippine delegation sa Filipino community.
Upang patibayin ang kooperasyon sa pagitan ng ASEAN at Australia sa mga mahahalagang usapin gaya ng pagpapatupad ng international law sa West Philippine Sea, lalahok si Pangulong Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. sa ASEAN-Australia Special Summit sa Melbourne. Sa kanyang departure statement, ibinahagi ni Pangulong Marcos ang magiging bilateral meeting kasama ang Cambodia at New Zealand. Makikipagpulong din si PBBM kasama ang mga business leaders sa Australia at magbibigay ng mensage sa Lowy Institute. Nakatakda ding makipagkita ang Pangulo kasama ang Philippine delegation sa Filipino community.
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. made history for being the first Philippine President to witness the decommissioning of some 400 illegal firearms seized in Basilan, symbolizing the commitment of the government and all stakeholders to peace.
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. expressed his gratitude Friday to outgoing Japanese Ambassador to the Philippines Kazuhiko Koshikawa particularly as Japan and the Philippines enter a new phase in their relationship in terms of defense and security, trade and investment, infrastructure development, as well as advancing peace in Mindanao.
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. and First Lady Liza Araneta-Marcos engaged in a discussion with Governor-General David Hurley and Mrs. Linda Hurley at the Government House in Canberra, Australia. During the meeting, they explored various bilateral matters, encompassing diplomatic relations, economic partnerships, and cultural exchanges.
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. participated in a dialogue with Opposition Leader Peter Dutton during his second day in Canberra as a Guest of Government. The Hon. Dutton underscored the significance of bilateral relations and the invaluable contributions of the Filipinos to Australian society.
During a state luncheon hosted by Governor-General David Hurley and Mrs. Linda Hurley, President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. emphasized the importance of cooperation in addressing regional security issues, climate change, and technological advancements.PBBM thanked Governor-General Hurley for the invitation and offered a toast to the health of Australia's leaders and the success of the Strategic Partnership.
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. met with Senate President Sue Lines and House Speaker Milton Dick during his visit to Canberra. The legislators acknowledged the contributions and admirable qualities of the Filipino community in Australia.
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. and First Lady Liza Araneta-Marcos received a ceremonial welcome upon their arrival at the Government House in Canberra, Australia. Governor-General David Hurley and Mrs. Linda Hurley witnessed the signing of the guest book by the President and First Lady.