The Philippines is known for producing some of the most talented and dedicated individuals in various fields, and diplomacy is no exception. A group of young Filipinos from different provinces have been selected to represent the country in the upcoming “Best Diplomats” program, to be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from January 27-30.
What is the Aim of Best Diplomats
The Best Diplomats aim is about empowering the next generation of leaders by providing them with a unique opportunity to hone their speech and diplomatic abilities.
It provides an opportunity for participants to develop their skills, network with other young professionals from around the world, and gain valuable insights into the latest trends and challenges in the field.
Through collaboration with youth groups, this initiative seeks to nurture young minds in developing crucial skills for successful diplomacy like leadership, public policy-drafting and more – enabling these future diplomats to become true changemakers!
The Philippine Delegates Who Will Represent Us
You have all probably heard the news by now that the Philippines will be sending its delegates to participate in Best Diplomats, a Diplomatic Simulation Organizer that will be held in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur from January 27-30.
This is a huge honour for our country, and we would like to take this opportunity to salute our delegates for their commitment to representing the Philippines with distinction. We wish them all the best of luck and know that they will make us proud.
Importance of Having a Filipino Representation
The Philippines is a country with a rich cultural heritage and a diverse population. As such, having a Filipino representative at the Best Diplomats event in Malaysia is of great importance. Not only does it give the Philippines a chance to showcase its unique perspective and strengths, but it also provides an opportunity for Filipinos to learn and grow alongside other aspiring future diplomats from around the world.
Philippines’ Best Young Diplomats to Represent the Country in Malaysia are as follows : Lea Apal, Greg Tayona, Janette Vargas-Lucre, April Joy Casono, Kent Edullantes, Ronnie Sodusta, Alija Tejada, Shekinah Gulang, Charity Mae Mimis, Gemma Acedo, Rosario Templo, Val Lozado, Red Valera, Serdan Daris and last but not the least, the President and CEO of iPhiTech IT and Digital Solutions, Mark Enriquez.
It is important to note that the Philippines is a rapidly developing country with a strong economy and a growing population. As such, it is essential that the Philippines is represented by the best and brightest of its youth at international events such as Best Diplomats. These young Filipinos will be the ones who will shape the country’s future foreign policy and represent the Philippines at the United Nations. They will be the ones who will work to promote peace, stability, and prosperity in the region and around the world.
We are confident that these young Filipino Leaders will make the most of this opportunity and represent the country with distinction. We believe that this is a great step towards shaping our future leaders and we are excited to see what they will accomplish in the future. The Philippines is proud of their achievements and we wish them all the best in their endeavors. Kudos!