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Binay meets Sultan Kiram for peaceful resolution

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Vice President Jejomar Binay. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines – Vice President Jejomar Binay has met with Sultan Jamalul Kiram III to appeal for a peaceful resolution to a two-weeklong standoff  in Sabah.

Binay is also Presidential Adviser on Overseas Filipino Workers’ Concerns.

“I confirm meeting with Sultan Kiram. He explained to me their position and I listened to him,” Binay said in a statement on Monday.

“I then reiterated my position of the Philippine government and renewed my appeal for  sobriety. I emphasized that the parties should exert all effort to arrive at a peaceful resolution,” the Vice President  added.


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Tags: Jejomar Binay , Overseas Filipino workers , Sabah standoff , Sultan Jamalul Kiram III

  • mr dt

    BINAY YOU ARE NOT GOING TO BE THE NEXT PRESIDENT SO SAVE YOUR ENERGY  AND  SULTAN KIRAM WILL NEVER LISTEN TO YOU

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_UOR4EHIDOZZB4HY7UBXNW2WCAU Kaduk

    Just another politician sweet talks.

  • tumbokin

    Ay salamat naman… It is about time that somebody  was willing to hear what Sulatan Kiram has to say. Dont you people know that … Every great undertaking is first started with just a small converstion.
    Thank you VP if only the masses knew what a sympathetic EAR could do. 
    Where and what is PNOY and his sidekick Mar doing now?  Dont tell me that the sultan is unreachable …  andyan lang sya sa Taguig!



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