Mutual Defense Treaty ng Amerika at Pilipinas, constant evolution ayon kay Pangulong Marcos

By Chona Yu August 06, 2022 - 11:54 AM

(Courtesy: MPC pool)

Constant evolution para kay Pangulong Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. ang Mutual Defense Treaty ng Pilipinas at Amerika.

Sa courtesy call ni US Secretary of State Antony Blinken sa Palasyo ng Malakanyang ngayong araw, pinasalamatan ng Pangulo ang Amerika sa mga tulong sa Pilipinas.

“The Mutual Defense Treaty is in constant evolution, I’d like to think of it. And the other way the United States, as I spoke with your Ambassador sometime when she came, is that we cannot, we can no longer isolate one part of our relationship from the other. We are too closely tied because of the special relationship between the United States and the Philippines and the history that we share,” pahayag ng Pangulo.

“And of course, all the assistance and help and support that we have received from the United States over the years. And they can no longer be categorized as one thing or another because they cover such a large scope,” pahayag ng Pangulo.

Sa panig ni Blinken, sinabi nito na committed ang Amerika sa naturang kasunduan.

“We’re also working together as partners in so many areas particularly economically, and of course, the alliance is strong and I believe, we will all stronger. We’re committed to the mutual defense treaty. We’re committed to working with you on shared challenges. But i think what’s so striking to me, mr. President, is that you’re working together on bilateral relations between us, we’re working together in the region, and increasingly, we’re working globally,” pahayag ni Blinken.

Ang Mutual Defense Treaty ng Amerika at Pilipinas ay nilagdaan may 70 taon na ang nakararaan.

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