1. Marcos wants South China Sea code of conduct approved soon  Philstar.com
  2. PH, Asean partner on food security  The Manila Times
  3. Marcos: Let us work closely with India to ensure better access to medicine, vaccines  GMA News Online
  4. ASEAN-Japan economic resilience plan vital to MSME growth: PBBM  pna.gov.ph
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President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. is hoping that a code of conduct in the South China Sea based on international law will be approved soon.President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. is hoping that a code of conduct in the South China Sea based on international law will be approved soon.

Marcos wants South China Sea code of conduct approved soon | Philstar.com

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President Yoon Suk-yeol on Saturday voiced hope for a swift reactivation of trilateral cooperation mechanisms among South Korea, China and Japan. ...President Yoon Suk-yeol on Saturday voiced hope for a swift reactivation of trilateral cooperation mechanisms among South Korea, China and Japan. ...

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President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. said Saturday the Philippine government is ready to work with its partners in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to ensure food security in the country and in the region.President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. said Saturday the Philippine government is ready to work with its partners in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to ensure food security in the country and in the region.

Marcos: PH ready to work with ASEAN partners for food security | GMA News Online

MANILA, Philippines — President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. supports concluding the West Philippine Sea (WPS) Code of Conduct because it helps countries with differing stakes in the region resolve their issues. According to the Office of the Press Secretary (OPS), Marcos, at the 25th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean)- China Summit on Friday, called for […]

Marcos backs West PH Sea code: Countries should manage disputes | Inquirer News

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