CSAFP Visits Eastern Mindanao Command:

CSAFP Visits Eastern Mindanao Command:
Urged Soldiers Not to Engage in Partisan Politics

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Published by the Defense News Daily of the Civil Relations Service of the Armed Forces of the Philippines at http://www.defensenewsdailyph.com and http://www.dndnews.com

NSFA, Panacan, Davao City – The Chief of Staff Armed Forces of the Philippines General Hernando DCA Iriberri and party visited the home of the AFP’s Eastern Mindanao Command in Naval Station Felix Apolinario, Panacan, Davao City at 2:15 p.m., February 17, 2016. Gen. Iriberri’s visit is part of his visit to units in Mindanao area to check on the progress of security operations and support to development efforts of units; and check the state of morale of soldiers.

Eastern Mindanao Command Commander Maj. Gen. Rey Leonardo B. Guerrero led the field commanders and men in welcoming Gen. Iriberri and party at Headquarters EastMinCom.

During the talk to the personnel, Gen. Iriberri congratulated the officers and men of EastMinCom led by Maj. Gen. Guerrero for the job well done. He urged the troops not to engage in any partisan politics. “Just focus on your job, let us ensure that our people can exercise their right to vote, freely and safely. Just implement the law so you cannot go wrong”, Gen. Iriberri said

Gen. Iriberri also urged the soldiers to continue the pursuit with all the concerned stakeholders of Bayanihan and maintain the good rapport with the communities in achieving peace in the region.

Contact:

CPT Alberto C Caber

Chief, PIO

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