In the course of the conventional Vin d’honneur with diplomats, President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. briefly talks about unity, local weather change, and the pandemic
MANILA, Philippines – Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. met with international envoys on Thursday, June 30, throughout the conventional Vin d’honneur.
The time period comes from the French observe, which suggests “wine of honor,” and historically takes place on the finish of inaugurations, speeches, and ceremonies that marks the social lifetime of the French provinces.
HANDSHAKE. Marcos greets Doug Emhoff, second gentleman of the USA. RTVM screenshot
Within the Philippines, it’s primarily thought of as a diplomatic occasion.
MEETING. Marcos shakes the hand of Yoshimasa Hayashi, Japan’s minister of international affairs. RTVM screenshot
Marcos and Archbishop Charles Brown, papal nuncio and dean of the Diplomatic Corps, shared a toast alongside different envoys.
PAPAL NUNCIO. Archbishop Charles Brown. RTVM screenshot
“Your name for unity has resonated deeply and broadly with the Filipino individuals,” stated Brown.
Marcos delivered a short speech throughout the toast, emphasizing his key message of unity and urging world leaders to resolve issues caused by local weather change and the pandemic.
“The transformation of the world financial system and restoration from the pandemic shall be depending on our companions and our allies,” Marcos stated.
TOAST. The primary household and Vice President Sara Duterte share a toast. RTVM screenshot
Marcos took his oath because the seventeenth Philippine president at midday on Thursday. – MR