Sen. Marcos dismayado sa kawalan ng suporta ng gobyerno sa maritime schools at mga marino

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Sen. Marcos Laments Gov’t Non-Support To Maritime Schools And Seafarers 04Guest of Honor and Speaker Senator Bongbong Marcos troops the line at
the Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific in Mariveles, Bataan.

Dismayado si Senador Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. R. sa umano’y kawalan ng suporta ng gobyerno sa maritime schools sa bansa at mga marino.

Ginawa ni Marcos ang pagpuna sa kanyang pagsasalita sa Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP) kung saan pinuri naman nito ang faculty at staff ng academy sa pagsisikap na mabigyan ng mahusay na maritime education ang mga estudyante.

“It was very disappointing to know, to listen to the fact that there seems to be a lack of recognition by the government in the important part that you all play, not just in our economy, but for our country and our presence abroad,” ayon dito.

Isa sa mga napuna ni Marcos ang kawalan ng sapat na training ships ng maritime training industry ng bansa na magpapahusay sana sa mga Filipino seafarers.

“We do not have enough training ships. We need to adopt a policy that is more supportive of all your efforts,” ayon kay Marcos.

Sinabi nito na ang mga Filipino seafarers ay mistulang mga ambassador dahil kinakatawan nila ang Pilipinas sa ibang bansa.

“You represent the Philippines when you are on boarding ships. I do not speak of ambassadors in terms of diplomacy. But, again, to introduce what Filipinos are like, to introduce what Filipinos are capable of, and to teach our friends from different countries that the Filipino is hard working, the Filipino is well trained, the Filipino understands the systems, the Filipino will become an important part of any crew that they join,” anito.

Pinuri nito ang MAAP, sa pamumuno ng Presidente nito na si Vice Admiral Eduardo Santos (Ret.) dahil sa paniniguro na ang kanilang graduates ay well-trained sa pamamagitan ng mga pasilidad tulad ng simulator machines.

“It is very important that the training that we provide brings us up to the standard that is expected now. It is expected already of Filipino seamen,” ayon kay Marcos.

Sen. Marcos Laments Gov’t Non-Support To Maritime Schools And Seafarers 01“You represent the Philippines when you are on boarding ships. I do not speak of ambassadors in terms of diplomacy. But again, to introduce what Filipinos are like, to introduce what Filipinos are capable of, and to teach our friends from different countries that the Filipino is hard working, the Filipino is well trained, the Filipino understands the systems, the Filipino will become an important part of any crew that they join,” Senator Bongbong Marcos emphasized to the students of the Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP) in Mariveles, Bataan lauding also the faculty and staff of the academy for its efforts in providing the best maritime education.”

Sen. Marcos Laments Gov’t Non-Support To Maritime Schools And Seafarers 02

Sen. Marcos Laments Gov’t Non-Support To Maritime Schools And Seafarers 03​Senator Bongbong Marcos acknowledges with a salute the honors given to him by the cadet corps of
the Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific in Mariveles, Bataan.

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