SEOUL, Nov. 15 (Yonhap) -- Mercedes-Benz Korea said Thursday President and Chief Executive Dimitris Psillakis has become an honorary citizen of Seoul in recognition of his leadership in the German carmaker's social contribution activities for the local community.
The Seoul Metropolitan Government has chosen 22 foreigners, including Psillakis, from eligible candidates recommended from July and awarded them the honorary citizenship after evaluation, the company said in a statement.
"As a representative of a corporate citizen and a citizen of Seoul City, I will take responsibility and strive to continuously implement various activities that can contribute to the mutual growth," Psillakis said in the statement.
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