VILNIUS – Vytautas Umbrasas has been appointed as Lithuania's first defense vice-minister after holding the post in a conservative government.
He assumed the post at the ministry on Friday, the Defense Ministry said.
Umbrasas, 59, holds a degree in history from the Vilnius University, has worked in the parliament in 1991-1997 and later held the post of adviser to defense minister until 2004 before being the adviser to president Valdas Adamkus in the 2004-2008 period.
Later in his career, Umbrasas was appointed as adviser to ...
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