Marcos to discuss security ties with Estonia

Marcos to discuss security ties with Estonia

By: - Reporter / @JMangaluzINQ
/ 08:43 AM May 23, 2024

Marcos to discuss security ties with Estonia

Philippine and Estonia flags | INQUIRER STOCK PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines — President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. hopes to discuss security issues with Estonia further on Thursday, according to the Palace.

Marcos received the credentials of eight non-resident ambassadors in Malacañan Palace on Wednesday, including Estonian ambassador to the Philippines Mait Martinson.


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“We welcome you as ambassador to the Philippines as I’m sure that your President has begun very important talks in terms of some of the security issues that both our countries are happy to [address]. I hope that we can continue with that discussion,” Marcos told Martinson.

In turn, Martinson told Marcos there was a positive renaissance between the Philippines and Estonia.

“If we really manage to get the best and to raise it for our world. If we really manage to get the best and to raise it for our wealth benefits. And I’m glad I’m here with a wonderful honor and console who is making sure that we have a positive outcome in our relation,” Martinson told Marcos.

The Philippines and Estonia, in 2023, signed a memorandum of understanding to bolster cybersecurity efforts between the two countries.

Other diplomats received by Marcos on Wednesday include Ambassador Bileh Doualeh of Djibouti, Ambassador Jagdishwar Goburdhun of Mauritius, Ambassador Farhod Arziev of Uzbekistan, Ambassador Hassan Abdelsalam Omer of Sudan, Ambassador Gotsileene Morake of Botswana, Ambassador Morecome Mumba of Zambia and Ambassador Abdelhafid Bounour of Algeria.

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