US commited to strengthen PH national security – US Ambassador Kim

US commited to strengthen PH national security – US Ambassador Kim


The United States of America (USA) the only Mutual Defense Treaty ally of the country has signified its continuing support in the build up and strengthening of our national security amidst the ever changing geo-political situations in Asia, particularly in the West Philippine Sea(WPS) and in the volatile extremist terrorist in Mindanao.

United States Ambassador to the Philippines Sung Kim has made a statement that the United States will continue supporting the country in strengthening its national security after the deadly August 24 Jolo, Sulu bombing.

“I offer my sincerest condolences to the families and friends of the victims of yesterday’s bombings in Jolo,” Ambassador Kim said.

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“We join the Philippine government in condemning these attacks and will continue to support our Filipino partners to strengthen national security,” he added.


Eight soldiers remembered


The Armed Forces of the Philippines, through its Philippine Army branch has recognized its fallen its 8 heroes who died during the series of bombings in Jolo, Sulu yesterday, August 24, 2020.

Staff Sgt. Louie T. Cuarteros, Staff Sgt. Manuelito M. Oria, Pvt. Omair Muksan, Pvt. Juvienjay T. Emlani, Pvt. John Ray E. Paler, Pvt. Aiub S. Sahid from the 21st Infantry Battalion and Pvt. John P. Agustin from 35th Infantry Battalion were killed after two consecutive bombing attacks in Barangay Walled City. 

“The Philippine Army grieves over the death of these men. We honor their sacrifice in serving our country and protecting the people of Jolo, Sulu,” said Army Commanding General Lt. Gen. Cirilito Sobejana.

“To the bereaved families of our troops, we extend our deepest condolences. Rest assured that the Army is here to help you and is ready to extend the necessary assistance,” he added.

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