Tubbataha Group tells Us Embassy: Pay for coral damages
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In its continuing quest to seek settlement for damages caused on more than 2,000 square meters of corals in the Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park by the USS Guardian, Tubbataha Management Office(TMO) top executive Angelique Songco denied firmly Tuesday that it is not true that they did not communicate with the US government. In a local radio interview yesterday, the TMO manager said they immediately communicated with the US government in April to seek compensation for over 2,000 square meters of damaged corals that the minesweeper warship caused when it ran aground in Tubbataha.
Tubbataha Group tells Us Embassy: Pay for coral damages. (2014, January 9). Manila Times, p. A3.
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