Georg Khevenhüller re-elected president of the Malteser Relief Service

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Cologne/Erfurt. According to President Georg Khevenhüller, the Maltese aid service faces a series of social challenges. “We are needed to strengthen operational capacity in disasters and civil defense, to provide help against loneliness and isolation, to care for refugees, to support sick people in the last phase of their lives,” Khevenhüller said over the weekend in Erfurt .

With almost 100,000 volunteers and full-time employees, Malteser ensures that “we are aware of the specific need on our doorstep and respond to it flexibly”, said the President of Malteser. “We want to bear witness to God’s love for us humans.”

Khevenhüller has been president of the Malteser Relief Service for six years and was confirmed in the role for another four years, with a large majority in Erfurt. His representatives are Alexandra Bonde and Albrecht Prinz von Croÿ.

Clementine Perlitt was elected the new Superior General. She follows Daisy Countess von Bernstorff, who was at the head of the Catholic aid organization for twelve years. With it, long-time financial trustee Peter Deselaers also withdrew from the board. The position is now held by Dominicus Freiherr von und zu Mentzingen.

The Federal Assembly was inaugurated on Friday night. Thuringian Prime Minister Bodo Ramelow (left) and the newly elected president of the German Association of the Order of Malta, Ernst Freiherr von Freyberg, also attended. The roots of the Maltese relief service lie in the Order of Malta, which was founded in Jerusalem 900 years ago. (KNA)

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