Secretary General for Greeks Abroad congratulates GCM’s new Executive Team

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Greece’s Secretary General for Greeks Abroad and Public Diplomacy, John Chrysoulakis, has sent a letter of congratulations to the new Board of Directors of the Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM).

In the letter, Mr Chrysoulakis congratulated Bill Papastergiadis on his re-election to Chairman of the Board and stressed his belief that Mr Papastergiadis’ new term “will be extremely beneficial and successful for the Greek expatriates of Melbourne.”

“I’m sure that… together with the other members of the Board, [you] will promote in the best way the interests of your Greek Community, for the achievements of which all Greeks are proud,” Mr Chrysoulakis wrote.

READ MORE: ‘A stronger community for all,’ says GOCM President Bill Papastergiadis after re-election.

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The Secretary General then went on to assure the GCM that he will “make every effort to support your actions for the prosperity and development” of the Community.

“The Secretariat will assist in all your efforts to spread Greek language and Greek culture in Australia as part of the initiatives and actions it carries out around the world,” the letter stated.

Mr Chrysoulakis concluded his letter by stating that his goal is to further strengthen communication channels and modernise services used by Greek expatriates abroad.

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