Biden reassures Philippines’ Marcos amid China tensions
06 May 2023 | 12:04 pm
During a meeting with Philippine leader Ferdinand Marcos Jr. at the White House, US President Joe Biden reiterated his support for Manila's security. China has angered the Philippines by harassing its vessels at sea.
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