Best Lines To Start a Speech After Salutations - Part 1

Best Lines To Start a Speech After Salutations - Part 1

(1) It is with joy that I take this valuable chance to convey to you the message of..... 

(2) In the name of the delegation from the government, I respectfully greet the delegates to this meeting. 

(3) It is with great enthusiasm that the delegation of the Chama cha Mapinduzi has attended this meeting. 

(4) Please allow me, on behalf of the Zanzibar Revolutionary Government, to offer cordial greetings to this historic meeting. 

(5) Allow me to extend to you, the delegates to this meeting, the brotherly greetings and very best wishes of the people of the United Republic of Tanzania. 

(6) It gives me particular pleasure to take part in the in this meeting. 

(7) I have a great pleasure in transmitting to you, delegates of 16th CHADEMA meeting, the heartfelt comradely greetings from the delegation of the Ruling Party. 

(8) Our delegation is deeply honoured to be represented here at 16th CUF Meeting. 

(9) On behalf of the Chama cha Mapinduzi, on behalf of all CCM members, we would like to extend our heartfelt fraternal greetings to the delegates to this meeting. 

(10) I'm sincerely grateful for the invitation and for the opportunity to attend in this major Congress. 

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