Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite recalled country's ambassadors from their posts in Azerbaijan and Hungary.
The decision was signed by the Lithuanian President on Thursday, the head of government's website reported.
Yesterday Lithuanian government took decision to propose to the President to recall ambassadors from Azerbaijan and Hungary, They were criticized by the Prime Minister for posting the records of their phone conversation on the internet, Lithuanian website 15min.lt reported.
The recall will kick in on September 30.
On July 8, recordings of three phone conversations (4 parts of the records in total) were published on youtube.com. The conversations allegedly involve Lithuanian diplomats Zenonas Kumetaitis, deputy director of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Eastern Neighborhood Policy Department, Lithuania's Ambassador to Hungary Renatas Juška, Lithuania's Ambassador to Azerbaijan Arturas Žurauskas, and Gediminas Kasputis, an official of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In one of the records, Žurauskas is said to be talking to a Lithuanian businessman identified as Kestutis.
All records feature English subtitles.
The two recordings mention relations between Armenia and Azerbaijan.