Lacson in Japan on invitation of OISCA, Ferrer acting guv  

Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson  (3rd from left, seated) and his delegation  with the  OISCA -Toyama Chapter officers and members  in Japan.* 

Negros Occidental Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson is in Japan on the invitation of the   Organization for Industrial, Spiritual and Cultural Advancement (OISCA).

 Vice Governor Jeffrey Ferrer said he has been designated acting governor from Monday to Friday, May 27 to 31. Board Member Manuel Frederick Ko is acting vice governor.

Lacson and his delegation were welcomed by the    OISCA -Toyama Chapter officers and members in Toyama Prefecture, Japan, a press release from the Capitol said.

Provincial Administrator  Rayfrando Diaz II, Department of the Interior Local Government Provincial Director Teodora Sumagaysay,  Executive Assistant to the Governor and PIO Charina Magallanes – Tan, Negros Occ. Scholarship Program Head Karen Dinsay, Negros Occidental Language and Information Technology Center Administrator Dr. Ma. Cristina Orbecido, and April Duran compose the Negros Occidental delegation.

Lacson, in his message, said that OISCA has been at the forefront of promoting international cooperation, since its inception in 1961, and these principles have guided the organization’s efforts in enhancing knowledge, technical and managerial skills, fostering a sense of gratitude and spiritual depth, and respecting cultural diversity across the globe.

“Negros Occidental, has been fortunate to be part of OISCA’s inspiring journey since 1996, and OISCA’s projects have profoundly impacted the province’s local communities by empowering individuals and fostering resilience,” Lacson said.

He also said that silk production in Negros Occidental has gained significant attention, making the OISCA Silk Farm in Bago City a popular destination for educational visits and its silk products have gained international acclaim.

The governor said that he is looking forward to a new chapter in the partnership with OISCA and the Toyama Prefecture that will create a bridge between communities, open new doors of opportunities for our citizens and contribute to the growth of both provinces.

“I would like to express my heartfelt appreciation to OISCA International for the unwavering commitment to promoting international cooperation and development,” he added.*

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