China`s Agreement To Philippines

Manila and Beijing became twin cities on November 14, 2005. Under the agreement signed by Manila Mayor Lito Atienza and Beijing Mayor Wang Qishan`s visit, the two cities agreed to strengthen exchanges and cooperation in the fields of economy, culture, education, urban planning, sports, health and sanitation. Santos, V. O. (2019) The Philippines has just become more authoritarian thanks to the people. The New York Times. 24 May. Available from: Ibarra, E. J. (2019) Is there judicial independence in the Philippines from Dutertes? Available from:

Maitem, J. (2019) Philippine defense chief insists on “diplomatic protest” after a Chinese boat sank a fishing boat in disputed waters. South China Morning Post. 12 June. Available from: Mangosing, F. (2019) Philippines, USA are planning larger military exercises in 2020. Inquirer. 8 May. Available from: The Philippine National Oil Company (PNOC), China National Offshore Oil Company (CNOOC) and Vietnam Oil and Gas Corporation (PETROVIETNAM) signed an agreement on 14 March 2005 to conduct a joint survey of the Seismic Sea in certain areas of the South China Sea.

satisfaction with the trilateral agreement on joint seismic undertakings; During the visit, six government agreements and various trade agreements were signed: on 19 December 2002, an agreement on the issuance of multiple-entry visas for up to five years entered into force for Philippine diplomats and consular officials assigned to China and Chinese diplomats and consular officials assigned to the Philippines. Gregorio, X. (2019) Do you want to challenge the foreign policy of the PH? Become president first, calida said.