Laaneots Leaves in Reshuffle of PM’s Advisers ({{commentsTotal}})


Retired General Ants Laaneots, who worked as an adviser to former Prime Minister Andrus Ansip since 2011, will leave his post at the premier’s office.

Other advisers to leave with incoming government of Taavi Rõivas include Mihkel Lees and, from early April, Kalev Kukk, reported on Friday.

Prime minister’s advisers are on the staff of the office of the premier and they are named for the duration of the prime minister’s mandate.

New advisers on the team of Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas will be Anni Tooma and Gerli Nurms, who worked with him in the Ministry of Social Affairs.

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