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04 June 2017

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President Rodrigo Roa Duterte visits Japan’s biggest warship and helicopter carrier JS Izumo. He inspected the Japanese naval vessel on June 4, 2017, which is anchored at the Alava Pier, Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority in Olongapo City. JS Izumo is in the Philippines for a goodwill.Being the first head of state to set foot on the ship, President Duterte was accorded with military honors and warmly received by Japanese Ambassador to the Philippines Kazuhide Ishikawa, Special Adviser to the Prime Minister Katsuyuki Kawai, Commander of Escort Flotilla One Rear Admiral Yoshihiro Goka, Commanding Officer of JS Izumo Capt. Yoshihiro Kai, and Commanding Officer of JS Sazanami Hirotaka Okumura.

The President and members of his entourage were given a shipboard tour by members of the Japanese delegation. PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO

President Rodrigo Duterte consoles the bereaved families of victims of the Resorts World Manila incident. ‎The President on June 4, 2017‎ visited three funeral homes in Metro Manila where the remains of the victims lie.‎ He went to the wakes of Hing Tung Tsung, Carmelita Dela Cruz, Lai We-Chung, and Lai Yu-Chieh at Veronica Funeral Homes; Eleuterio Reyes at Rizal Funeral Homes; and Elizabeth Gonzales and Consolacion Mijares at the Heritage Park. PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO
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President Rodrigo Duterte views the CCTV footage of the recent tragedy at the Resorts World Manila. The footage was shown to him June 4, 2017 by National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) Director Oscar Albayalde following the President’s wake visit to one of the victims at the Rizal Funeral Homes in Pasay.With the President were Interior and Local Government Officer-in-Charge Catalino Cuy and Special Assistant to the President Christopher Lawrence Go. PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO