The President of the Philippines Rodrigo Duterte tried to reassure its neighbors and allies on Wednesday once again spoke about activities in China.
He insisted that his state visit to Beijing a week ago was focused on trade, not on security, but also warned that it will not "rag" for the international community.
In his speech at an economic forum in Tokyo during the official visit to Japan, he said, "You know, I went to China on a visit, and I would like to assure you all that it is the economy We didn't talk about guns, we haven't talked about the deployment of troops ... we avoided talking about the unions, war or other moments."
During his speech, which began with praise of Sino-Philippine bilateral relations, Duterte quickly turned the topic to support the bloody war on his country with drugs and spoke and criticized the international community for this reason.
"If you've decided to chastise, to reprimand a international crowd and you said," Mr. Duarte, you must stop the killing ... stop it because we won't help your country " is like saying:" I'm a dog on a leash, and if you don't stop biting criminals, we won't throw the bread right into your mouth, we'll throw it on, so you have to fight to get it."
Duterte has ignited his war of words with the United States on Tuesday, bringing old grievances came out, and there are new thoughts about the American influence in the country. It at the airport in Manila he reiterated Japan comments he made a week ago in Beijing, in which he announced the end of his country's relations with the United States, saying "America we lost."
The United States, in turn, will continue to perform all of its obligations in relation to the security of the two countries that specified in the contract.
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