Japan Acknowledges Manny Villar’s Commitment and Contributions
The Japanese government has given upon previous Senate president and House speaker Manny Villar its most seasoned public adornment in acknowledgment of his commitment to fortifying two-sided ties between the Philippines and Japan.
The Japanese government, in an explanation delivered by its international safe haven in Manila yesterday, declared that Villar would be given The Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun. Laid out in 1875, the public adornment is presented upon people who have made recognized accomplishments in different fields, including worldwide relations.
In view of this, The Japanese government noticed that during Villar’s term as Senate president, the Japan-Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement and the Protocol Amending the Convention Between Japan and the Republic of the Philippines for the Avoidance of Double Taxation and the Prevention of Fiscal Evasion with Respect to Income Taxes were sanctioned.
As congressperson, he likewise upheld the approval of the Agreement on Technical Cooperation Between the Government of Japan and the Republic of the Philippines. Japan profoundly esteemed his endeavors in supporting and advancing the two-sided and financial relations among Japan and the Philippines.