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Topic - Edwin Lacierda
President Benigno Aquino III welcomed Capt. Faeldon's decision to surrender and promised him a fair trial, presidential spokesman Edwin Lacierda said.
At the presidential palace, Mr. Aquino met with Chinese Ambassador Liu Jianchao and later spoke by phone for 15 minutes with Hong Kong leader Donald Tsang, briefing him on the progress of the investigation and assuring him the Philippine government will assist the victims and their relatives, Lacierda said.