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Ahl Alraya 2 Episode 2 Part 1 أهل الراية 2 الحلقة 2 الجزء 1

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Ahl Alraya 2 Episode 2 Part 1 أهل الراية 2 الحلقة 2 الجزء 1

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News Report:

PHL-HK relations back to ‘normal’ –Palace

Hong Kong accepts Erap apology. Hong Kong Chief Executive Chun Ying Leung (right) accepts on behalf of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region government the apology delivered by Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada on Wednesday, April 23, over the 2010 Manila hostage crisis. With it, Hong Kong adjusted the Outbound Travel Alert (OTA) for the Philippines from Black to Amber. Standing behind Leung are the relatives of the victims and some of the survivors of the tragedy. Ason Cañete
(Updated 8 p.m.) Following a trip by Philippine officials to Hong Kong, Malacañang announced Wednesday that the issue regarding the 2010 Manila hostage crisis has been resolved and that the relationship between the Philippines and the administrative region is now back to normal.

In a statement, Presidential Communications Operations Office head Herminio Coloma Jr. quoted Cabinet Sec. Jose Rene Almendras as saying "the relationship between the Philippines and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region is now back to normal."

"We join the Department of Foreign Affairs in acknowledging the statement of Hong Kong Chief Executive C.Y. Leung on the complete and final resolution of the Quirino Grandstand incident of 23 August 2010 and the lifting of the sanctions," he said.

The Palace issued the statement after Hong Kong downgraded the black travel alert it issued on the Philippines after the 2010 hostage crisis.

The black travel alert had been imposed following the August 2010 Manila hostage crisis that claimed the lives of eight tourists from Hong Kong, as well as a dismissed Filipino policeman who had taken them hostage to demand his reinstatement, in a botched rescue operation

The development came after Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada and six of the Philippine capital's councilors presented a city council resolution apologizing for the deaths of eight Hong Kong tourists in the August 2010 Manila hostage crisis.

In a joint statement, Hong Kong and the Philippines said they agreed to resolve and settle the four demands made by the victims and their families on apology, compensation, sanctions against responsible officials and individuals, and tourist safety measures.

"Most sorrowful regret"

The statement said the Philippine government expressed its “most sorrowful regret and profound sympathy, and extends its most sincere condolences for the pain and suffering of the victims and their families.”

It added that the head of the Philippine National Police has also written to all victims or their families.

“In the spirit of solidarity and in acknowledgement of the loss of the victims and their families, an additional token of solidarity will be given to the victims or their families as a most sincere gesture of compassion of the people of the Philippines,” the statement read.

It further stated that the Philippine government assured Hong Kong that measures are being undertaken to hold accountable those responsible for the incident and to see the outstanding proceedings conclude as soon as possible.

The details on the administrative and criminal proceedings pursued by the Philippines were also submitted to Hong Kong.

“The Philippine Government undertakes to keep the HKSAR Government informed of progress made in resolving the outstanding proceedings,” the statement said.

Philippines also assured Hong Kong that it is committed to ensure that the incident will not happen again. Hong Kong was also given a copy of the details on the measures implemented to guarantee the welfare and safety of those visiting the Philippines.

PNoy satisfied

Coloma, meanwhile, said he has already told President Benigno Aquino III about the news and that the President "expressed satisfaction that final closure and a mutually satisfactory conclusion has been reached."

He said Almendras will give a "comprehensive" briefing on what the Philippine government offered in order to give closure on the matter.

Without going into detail, however, Coloma said they have "adequately addressed" Hong Kong's demand for an apology for the botched handling of rescue efforts, something Aquino has repeatedly refused to do.

Aside from this, he said the country also gave "tokens of solidarity" to the families of the victims.
Coloma also cited Estrada's "initiative that has contributed to the national government’s efforts to reach this desired outcome."— with Amita Legaspi/KBK, GMA News

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