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Filipinos in Japan await for President Duterte's arrival

President Rody Duterte has departed the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal II to embark on his three-day Working Visit to Japan on October 25, 2016.

As early as now Filipinos in Roppongi, Japan are eagerly waiting for the arrival of President Duterte in Japan.
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Since last month, Japanese media have been on frenzy on the Philippines' unorthodox new President. We have reportedly how Japanese media have been covering Duterte even calling him a Sugoi President.
The President is scheduled to meet with Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and His Majesty Emperor Akihito to bolster the strategic partnership between the two countries, and to discuss bilateral exchanges encompassing security, economic and defense cooperation, infrastructure development, among others.
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Likewise, the President will meet the Filipino community in Japan, as well as with the Japanese business leaders during the visit.

Photos and videos courtesy of Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar

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