Australia’s new Ambassador in Greece begins official duties

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Australia’s new Ambassador to Greece, Alison Duncan, began official duties at the Australian Embassy in Athens on Friday, July 7.

Ms Duncan appeared enthusiastic about her new role and expressed her eagerness to strengthen bilateral relations and promote ties between Greece and Australia.

“I am happy to take up my duties as Ambassador of Australia to Greece, Bulgaria and Romania! It is a high honour and I look forward to starting this new diplomatic journey,” she said in a post on Twitter.

The new Ambassador is taking over the diplomatic reigns from outgoing Ambassador Arthur Spyrou.

Ms Duncan’s arrival in Greece comes just a few weeks after she met with the Publisher of The Greek Herald Dimitra Skalkos and Digital Editor Andriana Simos last month.

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