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Minister

Philippine Embassy


Chief of Missions

Philippine Embassy


Philippine Embassy’s Minister, Consul

The Victims


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Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation: June 16, 2009 - VOC Memorial Anniversary and Launch of GMOC

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Philippine Embassy’s Minister Carlos Sorreta and Consul Gines Gallaga. (Photo by Peter Alunans.)
Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation: June 16, 2009 - VOC Memorial Anniversary and Launch of GMOC The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation Philippine Embassy's Minister Carlos Sorreta and Consul Gines Gallaga. (Photo by Peter Alunans.) Philippine Embassy's Minister Carlos Sorreta and Consul Gines Gallaga. (Photo by Peter Alunans.) The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, Copyright 2012


www.philippinenews.com

According to Uy, the chief of missions of the Philippine Embassy in Washington, Carlos "King" Sorreta, said there is a big chance that the exhibit may be displayed inside the halls of Congress, where the veterans pension bill is currently awaiting its fate in the hands of lawmakers.


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Philippine Embassy's Minister Carlos Sorreta and Consul Gines Gallaga. (Photo by Peter Alunans.)
Philippine Embassy's Minister Carlos Sorreta and Consul Gines Gallaga. (Photo by Peter Alunans.)


Upsilon Sigma Phi 1918 University of the Philippines

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In the photo below are from left: Nathaniel "Chip" Dean, Philippine Country Officer; Angela Dickey, Director, Office of Maritime Southeast Asia, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Peter Hemsch, Philippine Country Officer; Minister Carlos "King" Sorreta '88, Philippine Embassy; Ambassador Willy C. Gaa '66; and Evan P. Garcia.


Filipino American Business Directory - A Global Filipino Treasure

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The Philippine Embassy's deputy chief of mission, Carlos "King" Soreta, has an upbeat view of the House actions.
In an informal press briefing held on Sept. 22 at the Cannon cafeteria courtyard after the House committee passed HR 6897, Soreta said: Soreta praised House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for making good her promise to put the bill to the floor "despite the many urgent problems she faces," as well as Filner, "who took a political gamble" in pushing his stand-alone bill.


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