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Government of Lithuania decided to recall the ambassador to Georgia2009-12-23 17:43
The government of Lithuania agreed with the President's demand to recall the ambassador to Georgia Mecys Laurinkus.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He will be recalled on January 29th 2010, RIA Novosti reports citing to ELTA.
On December 15th Dalia Grybauskaite, the President of Lithuania, ordered to recall Laurinkus within 24 hours. The reason was called the loss of trust.
Grybauskaite herself said he must be dismissed for "politicking".
At the press conference after the meeting of Baltic countries' leaders she explained she had doubted for a month.
Grybauskaite mentioned she was planning no recalling of other ambassadors, but promised to inform the public in case, in her view, this or that diplomat is working outside diplomatic rules.
At the same time, according to Irena Degutene, the chairperson of Lithuanian parliament, it cannot be ruled out that the ambassador in connection with the parliamentary investigation over the possible existence of CIA secret prison in Lithuania.