What are Kaljulaid’s plans after Estonian presidency?

Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid will leave office in October after her successor was elected in a presidential election on Tuesday, August 31. Five years of presidency will be left behind, but she plans to stay active for the good of Estonia following in the footsteps of her predecessors, ERR reports.
In an interview in Tartu on Wednesday, September 1, Kaljulaid pointed out to all three of her predecessors, Lennart Meri, Arnold Rüütel and Toomas Hendrik Ilves, as examples of continuing to contribute to Estonian life well after the end of their presidencies.
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«I’m not going anywhere in that sense either. I plan to continue to support all those areas that have been close to my heart, in achieving goals, and perhaps also in directing the spotlight where our society needs support,» Kaljulaid outlined the direction of the future plans.
As presidency takes away time from family, the President intends to spend more time with her loved ones. «After all, why can’t I be a youthful grandmother? I also have four rather small grandchildren who would definitely like to see their grandmother more than has been possible so far,» Kaljulaid, who is 51, noted in the interview with the ERR.