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Saturday, April 15, 2017

PRES. DUTERTE AND THE SAUDI KING SALMAN SIGNED 3 AGREEMENTS

President Duterte with King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia, on his three days visit with his cabinet members and the Saudi Counterpart officials. n a press briefing with Duterte’s media delegation at the Philippine Embassy Monday morning, April 10, Riyadh time, Arribas said the three agreements to be signed will be on foreign consultation, labor, and foreign service.      Political consultations between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ministry of Foreign of Affairs and Philippines' Department of Foreign Affairs,     Labor cooperation for General Workers Recruitment and Employment, and     Cooperation program between the Philippine Foreign Service Institute (FSI) and the Prince Saud Al-Faisal Institute of Diplomatic Studies.   The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and Saudi Labor Ministry will sign a social development basic agreement that seeks for the protection of Filipino workers already in the Kingdom and for those seeking employment. Arribas added that the labor agreement to be signed will further improve the previous agreement on the deployment of household workers between the Philippines and KSA. Lastly, Arribas also said that the signing of the memorandum of understanding for cooperation between respective foreign institutes and diplomatic academies will enable the two countries to operate on foreign service institute. PEBA Inc. was one of the attendees when Filcom leaders met President Duterte on April 12, 2017.  There are about 1.2 million OFWs in Saudi Arabia. The place where President Duterte visited first with his cabinet members. Duterte's visit earned so much positive reaction with the fact that it garnered about $469.43M worth of Philippine project. These projects can generate 15,950 jobs to Filpinos

Photo credit: Manila Bulletin





In a press briefing with Duterte’s media delegation at the Philippine Embassy Monday morning, April 10, Riyadh time, Arribas said that the three agreements to be signed will be on foreign consultation, labor, and foreign service.
  • Political consultations between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ministry of Foreign of Affairs and Philippines' Department of Foreign Affairs,
  • Labor cooperation for General Workers Recruitment and Employment, and
  • Cooperation program between the Philippine Foreign Service Institute (FSI) and the Prince Saud Al-Faisal Institute of Diplomatic Studies.
 The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and Saudi Labor Ministry will sign a social development basic agreement that seeks  the protection of Filipino workers who are already in the Kingdom and for those seeking employment.
Arribas added that the labor agreement to be signed will further improve the previous agreement on the deployment of household workers between the Philippines and KSA.
Lastly, Arribas also said that the signing of the memorandum of understanding for cooperation between respective foreign institutes and diplomatic academies will enable the two countries to operate on foreign service institute.
Source:Manila Bulletin


Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz.
Duterte will be in Saudi Arabia from April 10 to 12.
He will then depart for Bahrain for a two-day visit from April 12 to 14, and will be in Qatar from April 14 to 16. Kathrina Charmaine Alvarez/KG, GMA News
- See more at: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/606793/news/nation/duterte-meets-saudi-king-witnesses-signing-of-three-agreements#sthash.9PPASR5s.dpuf
Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz.
Duterte will be in Saudi Arabia from April 10 to 12.
He will then depart for Bahrain for a two-day visit from April 12 to 14, and will be in Qatar from April 14 to 16. Kathrina Charmaine Alvarez/KG, GMA News
- See more at: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/606793/news/nation/duterte-meets-saudi-king-witnesses-signing-of-three-agreements#sthash.9PPASR5s.dpuf
Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz.
Duterte will be in Saudi Arabia from April 10 to 12.
He will then depart for Bahrain for a two-day visit from April 12 to 14, and will be in Qatar from April 14 to 16. Kathrina Charmaine Alvarez/KG, GMA News
- See more at: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/606793/news/nation/duterte-meets-saudi-king-witnesses-signing-of-three-agreements#sthash.9PPASR5s.dpuf
President Duterte with King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia, on his three days visit with his cabinet members and the Saudi Counterpart officials. n a press briefing with Duterte’s media delegation at the Philippine Embassy Monday morning, April 10, Riyadh time, Arribas said the three agreements to be signed will be on foreign consultation, labor, and foreign service.      Political consultations between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ministry of Foreign of Affairs and Philippines' Department of Foreign Affairs,     Labor cooperation for General Workers Recruitment and Employment, and     Cooperation program between the Philippine Foreign Service Institute (FSI) and the Prince Saud Al-Faisal Institute of Diplomatic Studies.   The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and Saudi Labor Ministry will sign a social development basic agreement that seeks for the protection of Filipino workers already in the Kingdom and for those seeking employment. Arribas added that the labor agreement to be signed will further improve the previous agreement on the deployment of household workers between the Philippines and KSA. Lastly, Arribas also said that the signing of the memorandum of understanding for cooperation between respective foreign institutes and diplomatic academies will enable the two countries to operate on foreign service institute. PEBA Inc. was one of the attendees when Filcom leaders met President Duterte on April 12, 2017.  There are about 1.2 million OFWs in Saudi Arabia. The place where President Duterte visited first with his cabinet members. Duterte's visit earned so much positive reaction with the fact that it garnered about $469.43M worth of Philippine project. These projects can generate 15,950 jobs to Filpinos


PEBA Inc. was one of the attendees during Filcom leaders meeting with President Duterte on April 12, 2017.
There are about 1.2 million OFWs in Saudi Arabia. The place where President Duterte visited first with his cabinet members. Duterte's visit earned so much positive reactions with the fact that it garnered about $469.43M worth of Philippine project. These projects can generate 15,950 jobs for the Filipinos.
President Duterte with King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia, on his three days visit with his cabinet members and the Saudi Counterpart officials. n a press briefing with Duterte’s media delegation at the Philippine Embassy Monday morning, April 10, Riyadh time, Arribas said the three agreements to be signed will be on foreign consultation, labor, and foreign service.      Political consultations between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ministry of Foreign of Affairs and Philippines' Department of Foreign Affairs,     Labor cooperation for General Workers Recruitment and Employment, and     Cooperation program between the Philippine Foreign Service Institute (FSI) and the Prince Saud Al-Faisal Institute of Diplomatic Studies.   The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and Saudi Labor Ministry will sign a social development basic agreement that seeks for the protection of Filipino workers already in the Kingdom and for those seeking employment. Arribas added that the labor agreement to be signed will further improve the previous agreement on the deployment of household workers between the Philippines and KSA. Lastly, Arribas also said that the signing of the memorandum of understanding for cooperation between respective foreign institutes and diplomatic academies will enable the two countries to operate on foreign service institute. PEBA Inc. was one of the attendees when Filcom leaders met President Duterte on April 12, 2017.  There are about 1.2 million OFWs in Saudi Arabia. The place where President Duterte visited first with his cabinet members. Duterte's visit earned so much positive reaction with the fact that it garnered about $469.43M worth of Philippine project. These projects can generate 15,950 jobs to Filpinos

 The Middle East, mainly the Gulf countries, is the second-largest source of remittances, with 28 percent or almost $7.6 billion sent to the Philippines in 2016 alone.

In the three countries, Duterte will “explore partnerships in tourism development, halal food security, Islamic finance, energy security and investments,” said Hjayceelyn Quintana of the Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs.
“He will invite these countries to invest particularly in Mindanao as a way of lifting Mindanao out of poverty and conflict” between the army and Filipino Muslim rebels.
Abdul Gani Macatoman, co-chairman of the Foreign Chamber Council and a member of the presidential team, told Arab News that Duterte will focus on attracting foreign investments to his country’s halal industry.

 Source:Arab News
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President Rodrigo Roa Duterte's recently concluded his state visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It was a huge hit among locals and the huge number of OFW expatriates in the Kingdom. He was first welcomed by Prince Faisal bin Bandar Al Saud, Governor of Riyadh. The President was housed at the King Saud Royal Guest Palace. The next day, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud himself welcomed President Duterte. As seen in the video above, many are left wondering where is this place where the two leaders met. It does not seem to be in the capital city of Riyadh.  Actually, that place is called Rawdat Khuraim (also known as the King's Forest).  It is a green oasis, about 100 kilometers outside the capital city of this desert kingdom. Rawdat is arabic for "garden" or "meadow". This protected nature park and animal sanctuary is the favorite place for members of the Royal Family and the public to visit, especially during winter or spring time. Yes, Saudi Arabia experiences winter too. The wildlife park was formally inaugurated in 2005 by King Abdullah, who was still a Crown Prince then. The nature park is even popular among expats. It is a favorite camping place among Riyadh residents, and even for people coming from farther cities like Dammam and Khobar visit this place during holidays. Watch this short exploration video below. When visiting this oasis, you have to be well prepared. The place is HUGE and you are not allowed to go around in your car or SUV. The whole park is fenced around. Visitors usually park near the fence and walk into the park. The farther away you go into the park, the greener it gets. The park itself is divided into three areas. Two-thirds of the park is off-limits to the public. One-third of the park is for the Royal Family. Unbeknownst to many visitors, the Royal Family keeps a residence (more like a palace) within the premises. It is at this Royal Palace where King Salman hosted President Duterte with a state lunch. A third of the Rawdat Khuraim is designated as an animal sanctuary. It is off limits to everyone except the caretakers. Access to this area requires special permits. It is here where animals are free to roam around without being disturbed. The area serves as a sanctuary for various rare species such as gazelles and a plethora of other wildlife creatures not found anywhere else. Universities in Riyadh and the surrounding areas often conduct research studies in the park due to the diversity of insects, flora and fauna which can be found there. Enjoy some pictures below, including a stunning panoramic view that you can control! You can also visit this and this beautiful panoramic images of Rawdat Khuraim.

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