VILNIUS - Lithuanian Prime Minister Gediminas Kirkilas continues forming his team.
On Monday [July 31], former MP Jurate Juozaitiene will take the office of prime minister's adviser on environmental protection and investment. In September, foreign policy and national security adviser, political scientist Mindaugas Jurkynas will join PM's group of advisers.
According government's press service, former justice and interior minister, Vytautas Markevicius, who currently works as a lawyer, will become the prime minister's consultant on law enforcement issues.
Kirkilas has also invited Darius Gudelis, current head of the president's domestic policy group, to join his team.
However, Kirkilas has already appointed Juozas Bernatonis as his chief adviser.