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Philippine President Putin: We need modern weapons to fight Daesh

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Philippine President Putin: We need modern weapons to fight Daesh

Post by rocky on Wed 24 May 2017, 3:52 am

Philippine President Putin: We need modern weapons to fight Daesh



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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte delivers his State of the Nation Address at Congress in Manila on July 25, 2016. President Duterte vowed July 25 to show "no mercy" in his bloody war on crime, warning criminals that priests and human rights advocates can not protect them from being killed. / AFP / TED ALJIBE (Photo credit should read TED ALJIBE / AFP / Getty Images)
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Confirmed Philippine President Rodrigo Dottirta on Tuesday that his country needs to modern weapons to fight "Daesh", while Russian President Vladimir Putin, for many projects, "" constitute interest between Russia and the Philippines, including the possible military-technical cooperation.

According to Sputnik, Putin said during a meeting with his counterpart of the Philippines, "We have many promising trends, including cooperation in the field of energy and engineering industries and transport infrastructure, and of course, military-technical cooperation", while the Russian president offered condolences to Philippine counterpart, the loss of life due to the recent terrorist attack hit the Philippines, hoping to end the conflict as soon as possible the least losses.

Putin added, "I respond to our conversation began offering condolences for the deaths of people from your side in the Philippines, as a result of the terrorist attack. My colleague and I fully understand and respect the fact that you immediately return to their homeland, and I would like to express hope that the conflict, which has just talked about, will as soon as possible with minimal losses. "

The Russian president noted that the signing of the contracts will be prepared by on Wednesday, "We know that our employees and colleagues did a good job and prepared a set of documents. And your Prime Minister will stay here, and tomorrow will be signing this package of agreements, which aims to develop our relations. "

In turn, the Philippine president said, Rodrigo Dottirta, that his country needs to modern weapons and will ask for help from Russia. It ended 25 n

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