“There is a solution to every situation. I think both the idea of early elections and a Government reset, as people like to call it now, which I would simply refer to as a renewal, are possible alternatives,” Nausėda told reporters on Tuesday during a visit to the town of Pabradė.

The head of state does not rule out that parliament may vote in favour of early elections.

“I do not think this alternative should be a priori rejected when solving the political situation we find ourselves in, partially because of our own fault and due to certain not entirely thought out statements by some politicians,” said Nausėda.