PBBM is back in the country after a 6-day working visit to the US

PBBM is back in the country after a 6-day working visit to the US

By Liezelle Soriano

MANILA — President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has returned to the country after a “fruitful” six-day working visit to America.

In order to attend the 77th United Nations General Assembly, which highlighted his very first state visit to the United States, Marcos left the country last September 18 and stayed in America until September 24.

“It’s good to be home. We in the Philippine delegation are one in our assessment that the work done in this trip serves as a good start for opportunities identified to be made into programs and projects to benefit the Philippines and our countrymen,” Marcos said.

In his speech, Marcos detailed his activities in New York.

“We in the Philippine delegation are one in our assessment that the work done in this trip serves as a good start for opportunities identified to be made into programs and projects to benefit the Philippines and our countrymen,” the President added.

“And so, the work continues but I am happy to report that we have had a very good and strong start to our efforts,” he continued.

He also expressed his gratitude for the assistance of the Filipino community in the United States, which he first visited when he arrived there.

“In our meeting, I thanked our Kababayans who came. Some came from Canada, some came all the way from Florida. I thanked them for the work they do, and their contributions to their communities in the Philippines and in the United States,” Marcos said. (ai/mtvn)

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