Diarmuid O'Connell, one of Tesla's longest-serving executives, has stepped down from his position as VP of business development.
"For more than 11 years, Diarmuid has played an important role in helping Tesla grow from a small startup to a company with a presence around the world", a Tesla spokesman said in an email.
O'Connell's responsibilities, which included government relations, will now be taken over by Tesla's president of global sales and service, Jon McNeill, the company said.
Aung San Suu Kyi cancels trip to United Nations amid growing Rohingya crisis
Sea routes are particularly unsafe in this season of rough seas. "The humanitarian situation is catastrophic", Guterres said. The government says it is targeting "terrorists", while refugees say the offensive aims to push Rohingya out of Myanmar.
Tesla's plans for new electric vehicles including a commercial truck called the Tesla Semi were announced a year ago and in April Musk said the release of the semi-truck was set for September.
Reuters reported in August that Tesla was developing a long-haul, electric semi-truck that could drive itself and move in "platoons" that followed a lead vehicle, according to an email discussion of potential road tests between the auto company and the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles. Among the executives who have left the company this year are Kurt Kelty, director of battery technology; chief financial officer Jason Wheeler and Chris Lattner, vice president of Autopilot software.
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