The Lithuanian government on Wednesday gave the green light for recalling the country's ambassadors from India and Armenia due to the expiry of their term of office.
Laimonas Talat-Kelpša
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Under the draft decrees, Laimonas Talat-Kelpša, the ambassador to India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka, is to be recalled on Apr. 6 and Erikas Petrikas, the ambassador to Armenia, on May 14.

Lithuanian ambassadors are appointed by the president on the government's recommendation and with approval from the parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee.

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