On Thursday, Lacson claimed that severalCabinet officials have apprehensions and reservations about Duterte’s move toscrap the 1998 military deal and were worried about the possible repercussionsof the abrogation. “Basically, that’s the message. I mean,consistent naman si Pangulo diyan eh. We will pursue an independent foreignpolicy where we are friends to everyone and enemies to none. And I think whenthe President gave that statement, I think all he’s saying is that hindi tayopwede mag side sa kahit sino,” he added. “All members of the Cabinet support thePresident’s foreign policy,” Panelo said. The VFA, which was signed in February1998, allows the entry of US troops sans passport and visa regulations so theycan participate in joint military drills in the Philippines./PN Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles,for his part, said that Lacson’s statement was mere “speculation.” Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Paneloissued this statement to dispute the claim of Senator Panfilo Lacson thatDuterte’s revocation of VFA was not fully backed by all Cabinet members. Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo says all members of the Cabinet support President Rodrigo Duterte’s foreign policy, contrary to the claim of Sen. Panfilo Lacson. ABS-CBN NEWS “Let me assure, everybody, that when thePresident makes a decision, all, the entire Cabinet will support him there. Andthat includes VFA,” Nograles said. MANILA – Theentire Cabinet supports President Rodrigo Duterte’s move interminating the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) between the Philippines andUnited States, Malacañang said.