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Ahead of the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's visit to Singapore this week, which starts Thursday, several media reports and news publications revealed that the president will take a tour of Malaysia's Petaling Jaya bea영천출장안마ch. It was also reported that the Philippine Foreign Minister's wife, Leticia Roxas, will visit the country later this month in order to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Philippines' annexation of Pampanga, the country's first city.
A list of foreign media, reports and news outlets are below:
Malaysian TV channel DZMM ran a news report last month confirming the plan, and a video report that accompanied the news said that the "government of the Philippines" would be sending more of its money to the island nation.
The "Government" listed an investment of 15 billion ringgit (around $10 million) in "Philippine casino project" with the intention of turning the area "on its head, creating a resort of the highest class on a grand scale."
A video showing Duterte's visit to Kuala Lumpur last December with his wife was also reve출장aled to have circulated online.
The President will travel to Singapore on Friday for talks on "special bilateral ties," reports the Straits Times.
On Saturday, it was reported that Philippine Foreign Secretary Perfecto Yasay called for the "end of the embargo" on the development of the Petaling Jaya resort in Pampanga.
According to one of his Philippine aides, Yasay also urged Duterte to invest 15 billion ringgit in the project with the goal to turn it into "the Singapore-level [petal] gin boom."
Another official told the Philippine daily El Pais newspaper in an article on the visit that Yasay also suggested that a new hotel should be built along the Petaling Jaya peninsula, which would feature four "lanes" and the casino would be located below.
The Pampanga-Singapore airport terminal will continue operating despite Duterte's visit, reports said.
Meanwhile, the Philippine News Agency reported that Duterte "has been asked to take on the role of an Ambassador for all Asian countries including Malaysia and Singapore" at a joint press conference with Malaysian Prime Minister Naji