As a President, she has succeeded in overcoming the political divide and has been seen as the most affable and open-minded woman and a politician. Malta's President, Marie Louise Coleiro Preca has achieved so much in just one year and has brought much needed focus to initiatives that improve country’s social inclusion and standards of living. The Maltese Nation and its Europeans neighbours are looking at this presidency with a sign of contentment and the support given to many benevolent activities patronized by the President is a proof of her major success, which was addressed by the German President on a recent visit to the island.
It was with honour that Alexey Kirienko CEO of EXANTE, on behalf of all staff accepted her Excellency gracious invitation to San Anton Palace for a personal visit with her last Monday, May 25th.
Located in Attard Malta, San Anton Palace and Gardens is in fact the official residence of the Maltese President. Its avid history is obvious by the surroundings. Built in 1636 by the Knights of Malta and originally served as a summer residence for Grand Master Antoine de Paule and years later, during the British Rule in Malta, the palace was used as the official residence of the Governor.
"Having the President visit our offices last February was indeed a privilege. To be invited as a company now and have the president greet us with such warm words goes beyond any expectation" stated Patrick J. O Brien, EXANTE's communication director. "As a company we are thrilled to have this collaboration with her Presidency".
The directors of EXANTE as a small token of gratitude presented the President with a selection of gifts from the various countries of its many employees. EXANTE will collaborate on many events organised by the President this year.
Alexey Kirienko, CEO at EXANTE (on the right) and Gatis Eglitis, Executive Director and co-founder at EXANTE present to her Excellency Marie Louise Coleiro Preca a selection of gifts from various countries where the company opened an office
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