Socio Cultural Ties

SOCIO-CULTURAL TIES. Secretary Luwalhati Antonino, chair of the Mindanao Development Authority and Philippine Signing Minster for BIMP-EAGA shares a light moment with H.E. Rizal Lukman, Indonesian Deputy Minister for Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs during a working lunch at the 18th BIMP-EAGA Ministerial Meeting held at the International Convention Center in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam. The EAGA ministers adopted socio-cultural and education as BIMP-EAGA's fifth pillar during the meeting in addition to its four pillars that include tourism, agribusiness, connectivity, and environment.



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