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    Response of Vice President Leni Robredo to Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zhao Lijian’s Remarks on the 5th Anniversary of The Hague Ruling

    Response of Vice President Leni Robredo to Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zhao Lijian’s Remarks on the 5th Anniversary of The Hague Ruling

    Ako, alam mo, while the tone is unnecessary and unfortunate, hindi na ako nagulat. The message is actually expected, kasi ganoon naman, ‘di ba? After all, governments are expected to assert their nation’s interests — even if sometimes nga they have to bend logic in the process. Pero iyong sa akin kasi personal: Sana all. Sana iyong gobyerno natin willing din na magpakita ng kaunting tapang regarding the issue, kasi talagang habang umaatras tayo, lalo lang tayong didiinan. Kapag interes na ng sariling bansa natin, dapat pumalag tayo.

     

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    Posted in Statements on Jul 13, 2021