SAN FRANCISCO (Diya TV) — Twitter’s senior executive exodus is continuing, this time with the departure of Parminder Singh, the company’s former managing director for India, Southeast Asia and MENA (Middle East and North Africa).

Singh announced he was leaving the social media giant just two days after Rishi Jaitly announced his resignation. Karen Stocks, who headed Twitter in Australia, departed last week.

Singh held his position with the company for three years, and announced today via his Twitter account that he was moving on for greener pastures.

“We thank Parry for his contributions and leadership over the past three years at Twitter. He has been instrumental in setting up a strong business foundation across Southeast Asia, India and MENA, including some of our most promising emerging markets,” a statement from Twitter said.

Singh originally joined Twitter back in 2013, leaving a post he held at Google as the managing director of display solution sales to the APAC region to do so. He has also worked at IBM and Apple.

He explained today how Twitter are restructuring its INSEA/ MENA activities in a series of tweets. The INSEA region will be aligned with APAC (Asia Pacific), while MENA will be aligned with EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa). The former will be headed by Maya Hari, managing director South East Asia and India; the latter by Benjamin Ampen. A spokesperson for Twitter confirmed the move.

In an earnings call last week, Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey said that the company will cut about 9 percent of its global workforce as its quarterly revenue growth slowed down. The company will take a hit of about $10-20 million in workforce restructuring charges. Twitter has also pulled the plug on Vine, a mobile video app where people share short video clips that play in a loop.