Philippine President to talk about the hostage incident admitted that improvement, but refused to apologize
World Wide Web on May 10, Hong Kong’s Ta Kung Pao reported on the 8th Asia Pacific Edition, the U.S. Cable News Network website: Philippine President Corazon Aquino III, said the hostage incident occurred nearly two years, can handle a little better, but he refused to apologize for the incident.
Aquino III received access to the U.S. Cable News Network, asked Manila to Hong Kong hostages killed in the incident, his response said that the gunmen are not terrorists, not deliberately attack, as long as meet his demands. events can be resolved. He acknowledged that the year can be handled well, but he refused to apologize on the incident.
he said: “Of course, afterwards look back, this can be handled better but the situation dictates, we all know that the moment can not be to heavy, however, we see a person … not a terrorist molecules, not to give any person to stir up fear. a matter of fact, and his negotiations before the release of two hostages. night, it seems only to meet the minimum requirements, which will be the peaceful settlement of
“We are proud of our hospitality. That sort of thing should not happen to the body of our guests. Therefore, we developed a number of measures, not only in the police and security forces to develop, but also the judicial system to develop.black
Hong Kong to the Philippines Outbound Travel Alert remains in force, he said, the number of Hong Kong tour group affected, the Mainland of China is no problem. He said that the implementation of market security measures.
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