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President Rodrigo Duterte was invited by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to visit Japan.
Duterte accepted the invitation of PM Abe and will have his official visit on Oct. 25-27, 2016.
In the said post, the caption reads: "Buti pa taga ibang bansa alegagang alegaga sa pagdating ni Tatay Digong, samantalang dito sa atin puro batikos ng batikos."
Furthermore, Presidential Communications Assistant Secretary for Operations and Special Concerns Ana Maria Paz Banaag said Duterte plans to make a state call on Emperor Akihito at Imperial Palace.
Netizens agreed that it is something that we should be proud of and some Filipinos should start helping the government instead of criticizing it.
The photo already garnered 2,555 shares and 8,000 likes, as of posting.
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Duterte also to meet with the top business leaders and the 400,000 Filipino community in Japan.
Also, Japan to hand over a Japanese training airplane, called the TC-90 in the country.
She said the bilateral talks will tackle about security, economic and defense cooperation, infrastructure development, and development projects in Mindanao such as the Mindanao Railway.
Recently, Philippines received one out of ten coast guard vessels from Japan.