In diplomatic meeting of VPs, Kamala Harris tells Sara Duterte: ‘I love lumpia’

During Vice President Kamala Harris’s go to to the Philippines, she talked with Philippine Vice President Sara Duterte about her love for the standard Filipino dish lumpia.

In a video captured by GMA News, the vice presidents’ may be seen sitting throughout one another whereas having an informal dialog about Filipino meals throughout their bilateral meeting on the Aguado House close to Malacañang on Nov. 21.

Duterte tells Harris to check out Filipino dishes, together with lechon, a roasted suckling pig that’s often ready for particular events and gatherings.

Harris then brings up lumpia, a Filipino model of spring rolls stuffed with meat and greens.

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“I love lumpia, too,” Harris says. “I’ve many individuals working in my workplace who’re Filipino American, so each time we’ve got vacation events, there’s a large tray of [lumpia].”

The two ladies then go on to debate each contemporary and fried lumpia.

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In the meeting, Harris additionally mentioned methods to enhance literacy and entry to high-quality training for youngsters within the Philippines.

Foreign Affairs Secretary Enrique Manalo, Philippine Ambassador to the U.S. Jose Manuel Romualdez and U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines MaryKay Carlson had been additionally current on the Aguado House, in response to GMA News.

Harris additionally met with President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. on the Malacañang Palace, whereby they mentioned methods to strengthen the U.S. and the Philippines’ financial and safety relationship.

Featured Image through GMA News

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