"She may want to go back, but I think that will be difficult to do. If we make her Ambassador to any serious country... the question would arise — what kind of message is this country are we doing? Given all the political baggage she has, the question arises, what we want to say to their partners and what today can do as an Ambassador? It is very contrasting personality in Latvian politics," the Raevskis.

The expert noted that "in the mind Aboltina have a very accurate plan of what to do" — she's smart enough and experienced politician and understands how attitudes have developed. So she tries to use those cards that she has now on hand.

Earlier, the Minister of foreign Affairs Edgars rinkēvičs discussed Aboltina a possible return to the diplomatic service, confirmed the adviser of the Minister mārtiņš Kegeris.

More detailed comments he gave, adding that Aboltina worked in the foreign service for many years, was Director of the consular Department of the foreign Ministry before becoming a politician. There are also some instances where the policy was returned to the foreign service, for example, Maris Riekstins and Imants Liegis.