Rappler’s Malacañang and foreign affairs reporters give a recap on what happened, what the visits mean, and what the Philippines got from the four-day trip
MANILA, Philippines – A little over two months after he was sworn in as president, Ferdinand Marcos Jr. made his first trips abroad as head of state.
The President, accompanied by top government officials, had state visits to neighboring Indonesia and Singapore from September 4 to 7.
Rappler reporters Bea Cupin (who covers the ruling political coalition) and Sofia Tomacruz (who covers foreign affairs) give you a recap on what happened during Marcos’ four-day trip, what the visits mean, and what the Philippines got from the two visits.
Catch the recap on Thursday, September 8. – Rappler.com