AFP asks Robredo to keep mum on security briefing
The Armed Forces of the Philippines on Tuesday gave Vice President Leni Robredo a security briefing which the AFP asked the Vice President’s camp to keep confidential.
Col. Edgard Arevalo, AFP spokesperson, said it was a “regular visit” by the Vice President at Camp Aguinaldo but would not give details on what was discussed.
A source from the Office of the Vice President confirmed the briefing but said that it was a “regular security meeting with defense officials.”
The source said Robredo had already received two security briefings from the military.
The source added that the AFP asked Robredo to treat information given to her during the briefing as confidential. —Jeannette I. Andrade