Palace says government can guarantee safety of American envoys and personnel in the country Palace says government can guarantee safety of American envoys and personnel in the country
Linkedin

Palace says government can guarantee safety of American envoys and personnel in the country Palace says government can guarantee safety of American envoys and personnel in the country

Lucena : Philippines | Sep 16, 2012 at 9:56 AM PDT
By
XX XX
Views: Pending
 
Malacañang said on Sunday that the Philippine government can guarantee the safety of American envoys and personnel working in the country despite an attack on an American embassy in Libya last week that resulted in the death of the ambassador and three of his staff there.

In a press briefing aired over government radio dzRB Radyo ng Bayan, Deputy Presidential Spokesperon Abigail Valte said law enforcement agencies have mobilized more of their forces to ensure the safety of Filipinos and foreigners in the country.

“Yes the government can guarantee the safety of the US Embassy...In fact, General (Leonardo) Espina of the NCRPO (National Capital Region Police Office) has already inspected the increased police presence outside the US Embassy,” Valte said.

“So there’s no need to flee. There’s no danger against them here in Manila and in the Philippines,” she added. PND (rck) Malacañang said on Sunday that the Philippine government can guarantee the safety of American envoys and personnel working in the country despite an attack on an American embassy in Libya last week that resulted in the death of the ambassador and three of his staff there.

In a press briefing aired over government radio dzRB Radyo ng Bayan, Deputy Presidential Spokesperon Abigail Valte said law enforcement agencies have mobilized more of their forces to ensure the safety of Filipinos and foreigners in the country.

“Yes the government can guarantee the safety of the US Embassy...In fact, General (Leonardo) Espina of the NCRPO (National Capital Region Police Office) has already inspected the increased police presence outside the US Embassy,” Valte said.

“So there’s no need to flee. There’s no danger against them here in Manila and in the Philippines,” she added. PND (rck)

TOP

Malacañang said on Sunday that the Philippine government can guarantee the safety of American envoys and personnel working in the country despite an attack on an American embassy in Libya last week that resulted in the death of the ambassador and three of his staff there.

In a press briefing aired over government radio dzRB Radyo ng Bayan, Deputy Presidential Spokesperon Abigail Valte said law enforcement agencies have mobilized more of their forces to ensure the safety of Filipinos and foreigners in the country.

“Yes the government can guarantee the safety of the US Embassy...In fact, General (Leonardo) Espina of the NCRPO (National Capital Region Police Office) has already inspected the increased police presence outside the US Embassy,” Valte said.

“So there’s no need to flee. There’s no danger against them here in Manila and in the Philippines,” she added. PND (rck)
Bessy60 is based in San Pablo, Southern Tagalog, Philippines, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
Report Credibility
 
  • Clear
  • Share:
  • Share
  • Clear
  • Clear
  • Clear
  • Clear
 
 
 
Advertisement
 

News Stories

 
  • Anti-Islam video won't be blocked, says Palace

      Inquirer.net
    With a pair of binoculars, a guard surveys the surroundings of the US Embassy in Manila from a newly constructed outpost protruding over the wall. Security was increased at US embassies and consulates around the world following an attack that killed...
  • MPD, Coast Guard nagdagdag ng tauhan sa paligid ng US embassy

      GMA News
    Nagtalaga ang MPD ng mga mobile patrol sa paligid ng embahada upang mas lalo itong mabantayan laban sa sinumang magtatangkang umatake rito, ayon sa ulat ni Carlo Mateo sa radio dzBB. Nagpakalat naman ang PCG ng Special Operations Group (SOG) teams...
  • Philippine leader signs law to combat cybercrimes

      Channel NewsAsia
    Philippine President Benigno Aquino has signed into law a bill to combat cybercrime, his spokeswoman said Saturday, in a bid to stamp down on everything from forgery to child pornography. The bill will be a boost to law-enforcers who have previously...
  • PNP: No imminent threat to US Embassy

      Inquirer.net
    Embassy in Manila, Philippines on Thursday Sept. 13, 2012 as its flag is on half mast following the death of U.S. diplomats in Libya. Manila police tightened security in the area following the attack that killed the U.S. ambassador and three other...

More From Allvoices

Report Your News Got a similar story?
Add it to the network!

Or add related content to this report



Use of this site is governed by our Terms of Use Agreement and Privacy Policy.

© Allvoices, Inc. 2008-2014. All rights reserved. Powered by PulsePoint.