Sen. Loren Legarda respected the arrangement of new Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro "Teddy Boy" Locsin Jr., taking note of that she will work with him to enhance conciliatory relations and maintain nation's outside strategy. Legarda said in an announcement on Friday "as Chair of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, I will work with him in propelling the Philippines' conciliatory relations with different countries and maintaining the four mainstays of Philippine outside strategy".
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Legarda included that Locsin was appropriate for the position, saying that he was knowledgeable about being a writer and an open authority. She said "congrats to Ambassador Teddy Boy Locsin, Jr. on his arrangement as Secretary of Foreign Affairs. He is fit for the activity, sharpened by his long periods of involvement in broad daylight benefit, both as a columnist and an open authority".
The representative additionally said that Locsin has 'immense information' on the nation's issues since he is a legal counselor and has worked with numerous Philippine presidents. She said "a legal advisor by calling and worked with different Philippine presidents, Teddy has tremendous learning of national and neighborhood issues encompassing the nation and how the elements of world governmental issues influence our country".
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Locsin, the nation's lasting delegate to the United Nations, the senator said "would not falter in ensuring our kin and the country's advantages". Locsin supplanted active DFA Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano who will keep running for a situation in the House of Representatives in the 2019 decisions.