Petras Masiulis, the chief executive officer at Tele2 Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, will also head the Swedish telecommunication company's unit in Germany.
Petras Masiulis
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Masiulis will assume the responsibility for Tele2's businesses in Germany on September 15, following the departure of Guillaume van Gaver, the executive vice president for international markets, the company said.

"I feel privileged and excited that my responsibility area will now cover the German market. Along with Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia," Masiulis said on LinkedIn.

He has served as CEO at Tele2 Lithuania since 2003 and as regional manager for all three Baltic countries since 2016.

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