Kairi Uustulnd assumes job of chief of Estonian prime minister's office

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Kairi Uustulnd started performing the duties of head of the office of the prime minister of Estonia on Monday, taking over from Liina Kersna who won a seat in parliament in the March 1 general election.

Uustulnd was head of the office of the prime minister also under former Prime Minister Andrus Ansip. She was replaced by Kersna during the period of child leave.

Prime Minister Taavi Roivas will continue with the same team of advisers who advised him in the first Taavi Roivas government, or Sven Kirsipuu, Mart Volmer, Kadri Peeters, Toomas Kiho, Janis Kukk, Anni Tooma and Ines Pandre.