Abe : Japan proud to be largest supporter of Duterte’s Build, Build, Build

Abe : Japan proud to be largest supporter of Duterte’s Build, Build, Build

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte will be coming home from his successful working visit from Tokyo,Japan.

Aside from getting almost P300 Billion fresh investments from the trip, excluding the Y25B pledges for Mindanao, he has gotten the reassurance of Prime Minister Abe for his flagship project BUILD BUILD BUILD.

Abe reaffirmed Japan’s commitment to the infrastructure project of the Duterte administration and including peace process in Mindanao.

Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Philippine President Rodrigo Roa Duterte 
(photo credit to owner)

“The government of Japan will continue our strong support for projects actively being promoted by the President such as the peace process in Mindanao and infrastructure development,” Abe said in a joint press statement 

Abe assured Duterte of his government’s strong support for the Philippine government’s flagship project BUILD BUILD BUILD.

“Japan is proud to be the largest partner supporting President Duterte’s Build, Build, Build program to actively develop infrastructure. We will continue to strongly support the sustainable economic development of the Philippines through assistance in quality infrastructure,” he said.

Abe said Japan welcomes “the decision made by the government of the Philippines to lift the import suspension of fishery products from Fukushima prefecture prior to the Presidential visit to Japan.”

He said “safety of agriculture, forestry and fishery products of Fukushima is ensured through thorough inspections and other measures.”

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