President Rodrigo Duterte said he was keen to see a Russian navy contingent make a quick return to the Philippines, while visiting vessels on an official trip Friday.
"Come back more often," the Philippine Daily Inquirer quoted Duterte as saying as he visited a large anti-submarine ship and sea tanker docked in Manila Bay.
The two ships arrived in Manila last Tuesday for a four-day goodwill visit aimed at forging closer ties between Moscow and Manila with relations with the United States -- the Philippines' traditional ally, continuing to waver.
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