Philippines’ President Marcos to Give Uncommon Speech to Australia’s Parliament

Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. will handle a uncommon joint sitting of Australia’s parliament in an indication of Canberra’s deepening ties with Southeast Asian nations at a time of strategic competitors within the area.

Marcos will communicate to Australian lawmakers in Canberra on Feb. 29, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese stated on Monday. A joint sitting of each homes of parliament is a uncommon honor beforehand solely accorded to leaders resembling US Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush and Chinese language chief Xi Jinping.


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