It felt like a tropical breeze.

President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. recently announced a trip to Germany in March. "I'm sure that after the visit to Berlin, things will develop," he told Annalena Baerbock, the first German foreign minister to visit the Philippines in over a decade. "We will be requiring your presence more and more."

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