Philippine Vice President appealed to the friendship with China: between friends, all problems can be solved
China news agency
MANILA, June 11 (Reporter Zhang Ming) Philippine Vice President Binay has publicly emphasized to maintain the friendship between the Philippines and China have long been, and expressed his conviction that “all problems can be peace between the friends and fair settlement. ”
Binet recently attended sponsored by the Federation of Philippine Chinese from all walks of life celebrate the Philippines established diplomatic relations 37 anniversary of the Philippine Chinese Friendship Day “a variety show and delivered a speech. He believes that despite the current political issues “highly anticipated”, but the relationship between the Philippines and remains “intact”, since the two long-term friendship should be maintained.
Binet stressed that no friendship is perfect, will experience the trials and challenges, the Philippines and friendship on the road ahead and there will be some twists and turns. “Some people see obstacles on the road, and begged us to completely abandon the journey, but the rich experience of the past leads us to believe all problems can be peace between friends, just be resolved.”
on several occasions after the vice president to visit China Binet necessary to explore new areas of cooperation to strengthen bilateral relations, in addition to trade, the Philippines and China. In particular, he referred to “invest in human resources through the sharing of knowledge and skills, especially communication tools help to overcome the language barrier between the two countries and countries in the Philippines”.
Binet called when the economic strength of the “golden sailing from the West course of the Orient, the Philippines and China for peace and development should be expanded to support each other.
Binet, 70-year-old Philippine political arena, the most powerful figures in 2010, he defeated incumbent President Aquino’s running mate, Roxas and Vice President-elect. Earlier than Chennai has with former Philippine President Joseph Estrada’s party alliance, the public will compete for the next presidency. (End)
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