Giedrė Kaminskaitė-Salters, chief advisor on economic issues to Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaitė, is leaving the presidential team after working less than a year.
Giedrė Kaminskaitė-Salters
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The adviser told BNS on Wednesday she planned to "return to business".

"I am very grateful to the president for the opportunity to work in her team. I have learned a lot and I think I could use this experience in other areas," she said.

The Press Service of the President informed BNS that Kaminskaitė-Salters was leaving of her own free will. She will resign on August 1.

It is still unknown as to who will replace her.

Kaminskaitė-Salters joined the presidential team in September 2014, after previously working in the UK.

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