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THE PHILIPPINE EMBASSY CELEBRATES ITS SPECIAL FRIENDSHIP WITH SPAIN EVEN AS IT COMMEMORATES ITS INDEPENDENCE FROM IT »
The Philippine Independence Day marks the anniversary of the Philippine Revolution and subsequent termination of the Spanish colonial rule in the archipelago. One might say that the end of the colonial era also planted the seed of a lasting friendship between former colony and colonial master.
"Ambassador Federico Ramón Puerta spoke of Argentina, of her relationship with Spain, of her past and of her present. . .But the highlight of the evening was honoring Fernando Otero, a Spanish fisherman from Galicia who worked for the Argentina during the 1982 Falklands War"
Come and enjoy with Club members and friends!
Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said: "Our parents and grandparents founded this Union with one common vision: never again war. After Rome this 60th anniversary of the Union, and however it is paved, there is only one way forward: European unity."
Every month seems to get busier with our club events. Why, you ask. Because we have an amazing board of directors who don’t stop! Mark your calendars to join us for any or ALL of our upcoming events this month . . .
Come join ACM's 65th Anniversary Gala!
So many books to read in so little time. ACM will help you manage both books and time! Join their book discussions!
Something totally unexpected occured this year. Madrid Mayor Carmena wanted the Nuevo Futuro, headed up by Infanta Pilar de Borbon, aunt of King Felipe VI, to pay the rent of the venue of their bazaar. The royal princess obliged