VILNIUS – Lithuania's next health minister must have crisis management skills and experience, a spokesman for President Gitanas Nauseda said on Monday.
"We see that the number of infected people has not been declining lately, so it is natural that the ministry, which is leading efforts to resolve this crisis, needs a leader with strong crisis management skills and experience", Antanas Bubnelis told reporters after Nauseda's meeting with Arunas Dulkys, a former auditor general proposed for health minister.
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