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Philippine President to Meet With U.S. Indo-Pacific Command Amid APEC Summit

Both Chinese President Xi Jinping and Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. will be in San Francisco for this week's APEC summit. Loren Elliott / AFP

Ferdinand Marcos Jr., the president of the Philippines, will reportedly make a stop-off in Hawaii to visit the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command on his way back from the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in San Francisco later this week.

Marcos is scheduled to meet with the commander of the Indo-Pacific Command, Adm. John Aquilino, and to give a speech on security policy.

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