Latvian Prime Minister hires new 'stratcom' adviser

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Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis on August 7 announced that his bureau has hired a new adviser on strategic communications matters on a freelance basis.

The expert in question is Guna Šnore, a senior expert at the NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence in Riga.

Before joining the Centre she spent 11 years in NATO HQ in Brussels, Belgium, where she initially served as a diplomat at the Latvian Delegation to NATO and Program Manager of the Public Diplomacy Division of NATO International Staff.

"Her tasks include providing support to public administration institutions for communication coordination and planning so that decisions and policies adopted by the government can be understood by all residents of Latvia," a government press release about the appointment said.

The aim is to "Help citizens to receive and be provided with necessary information in a high quality and efficient manner," the release said.


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