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29 July 2016 The Philippines condemns in the strongest terms the suicide attacks in Kabul, Afghanistan. The attacks, which took the lives of at least 80 people and wounded over 260, are...
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28 July 2016Philippine Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates Constancio R. Vingno, Jr. and Madame Yoko Ramos-Vingno thanked UAE-based Filipino designers Will Dy, Ruben Santos, Aldwin Jlo Ornopia...

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12 May 2015 - The Philippines participated at the 3rd Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) Transport Ministers Meeting held in Riga, Latvia from April 28 to 30.

Represented by Deputy Chief of Mission and Consul General Robespierre Bolivar of the Philippine Embassy in Brussels, the Philippines expressed support for “convenient, secure, and efficient transport links between Asia and Europe.” In his statement, Consul General Bolivar emphasized that since Southeast Asia has archipelagos like the Philippines, it is essential to have more integration among sea, air and land routes to facilitate connectivity.

Delegations also called for more robust direct air links between Europe and Asia.

At the end of the Ministerial Meeting, delegations jointly issued the Riga Declaration which, among others, calls for strengthening ASEM cooperation on transport matters, supporting environmentally friendly transport solutions, efficient, economically viable and safe transportation, and providing seamless connectivity between Asia and Europe.

In recognition of the Philippines’ considerable efforts to ensure safer air travel, Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific were authorized to mount flights to the European Union in 2013 and 2014, respectively.  Philippine Airlines has been flying direct to London Heathrow since the end of 2013.  END

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