CEBU CITY, Philippines - Delegates of the 2017 Regional Conference on Cybercrime tasted Cebu's heritage and sumptuous foods on the last day of their activity as they sojourned in the Queen City of the South.

The City Government of Cebu through its Tourism Office, Cultural and Historical Affairs Office and the Office of Councilor Hon. Margarita V. Margot Osmeña treated the delegates to a tour in the heritage sites in Cebu City and a farewell dinner in the city's historical Fort San Pedro on June 29 Thursday.

Councilor Osmeña who is the Deputy Mayor for Tourism and represented her husband Mayor Tommy Osmeña who has a prior commitment during the activity, assured everyone that the Cebu City Government is one with them in the fight to combat cybercrime.

In behalf of the delegates, Philippines Department of Justice assistant secretary Juvy Manwong thanked the Cebu City Government for the opportunities and hospitality extended to them.

"We are so pleased and honored to be treated with cultural tour in the Queen City of the South and this sumptuous dinner," Manwong enthuses.

During the Farewell Dinner, the delegates were entertained with native song and dance numbers by the Cebu City Children's Choir and the Cebu Technological University Dance Troupe. Some of the delegates joined the dancers in the native dance called "Tinikling."

Aside from Councilor Osmeña, other City Officials who partook in the activity were City Councilor's Nendell Hanz Abella and Eugenio F. Gabuya Jr.

Meanwhile, the delegates were officers who are in-charge in combating cybercrime coming from the different countries. They attended the 2017 Regional Conference on Cybercrime held in Marco Polo Plaza Hotel from June 26-29.

The Regional Conference on Cybercrime was anchored on the theme, "Enhancing Regional and International Cooperation to improve the Rule of Law in Cyberspace." (By: Greggy P. Senados/ City of Cebu, Public Information Office)