MANILA, Philippines – President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. on Sunday urged Filipinos to “embody the true that means of solidarity” in 2023 as he harassed that the spirit of “bayanihan” will preserve the nation going amid all challenges.
In his New 12 months message, Marcos mentioned he “[joins] all the Filipino nation with hope and optimism in welcoming the New 12 months.”
“As we mirror on the occasions that transpired within the earlier 12 months, I hope that we are going to draw energy and inspiration from what really binds us collectively–our real love for our fellow Filipinos and nation,” he mentioned.
Marcos identified that “that is the essence of our demand unity and the impetus for our continued invitation to work collectively for the belief of our shared aspirations as a individuals.”
“It’s on this understanding that we’d like, now greater than ever, to embody the true that means of solidarity. The innate bayanihan spirit in all of us is what is going to preserve us going amidst all of the adversities that may proceed to take a look at our fortitude as a nation,” he mentioned.
Marcos then referred to as on the general public to “transfer full-steam forward in direction of our purpose of giving a greater life to each Filipino household.”
“I’m assured that, by coming collectively, we will stand up to and overcome all challenges and produce our nation to larger heights,” he added.
To mark the beginning of 2023, Marcos enjoined Filipinos to “stay steadfast and united as ever as we ask for the Almighty’s continued steerage in our journey towards a greater, brighter and extra affluent future for our nation.”
Like Marcos, 95 p.c of Filipinos are welcoming the New 12 months “with hope moderately than concern,” in accordance with the newest survey of Social Climate Stations (SWS).
READ: 95% of Filipinos upbeat on 2023, survey says
The Workplace of the Press Secretary earlier mentioned the President and the primary household rang in the brand new 12 months on the Malacañang Palace.
Marcos, along with First Woman Liza Araneta-Marcos and members of his Philippine delegation, will probably be flying to Beijing on Jan. 3 for a scheduled state go to till Jan. 5.
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