UMD Honors Outgoing Macedonian Consul General to Detroit

On Tuesday, November 28, 2017, the United Macedonian Diaspora (UMD) was proud to present Elena Zarkovska, Consul General of the Republic of Macedonia in Detroit, Michigan with a plaque of appreciation for her outstanding service and dedication to the Macedonian communities in Michigan and Ohio.

Zarkoska, who is coming to the end of her four year term, used the occasion to reflect on her time as Consul General and praise the work of UMD, “I am pleased, honored and humbled to accept this plaque of appreciation from a group of distinguished individuals whose outstanding generosity demonstrates a commitment to the tradition of yesterday and the vision of tomorrow.”

Two members of UMD’s young leaders program Generation M, Alex Atanasovski and Alek Vasilevski presented the plaque.

Vasilevski, Co-Chairman of United States Operations for Generation M, thanked the Consul General for her commitment to the Macedonian community-at-large and UMD, stating that, “The Macedonian community in Detroit was grateful to collaborate with Elena Zarkovska. She made a positive impact on all of us – her hard work and dedication set a precedent for all who succeed her. Thank you for your service, Elena!”

Atanasovski, Co-Chairman of United States Operations for Generation M, expressed similar sentiments: “Elena Zarkovska has been a great asset to the Macedonian-American community in Michigan and Ohio during her four year term as Consul General; I am confident that she will add as much value to her next position as she did here in Detroit!”

UMD would once again like to thank Consul General Zarkovska for her continued commitment to Macedonian values and her dedication to the Macedonian diaspora. We wish her all the best in her future endeavors!

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