Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments
Date of Information: 1/4/2011
Pres. Alpha CONDE
Prime Min. Mohamed Said FOFANA
Min. of Defense Alpha CONDE
Min. of Economy & Finance Kerfalla YANSANE
Min. of Employment, Technical Education, & Vocational Training Damantan Albert CAMARA
Min. of Energy & Environment Papa Koly KOUROUMA
Min. of Foreign Affairs Edouard Gnakoye LAMA
Min. of Hotel Management, Tourism, & the Arts Mariame BALDE
Min. of Industry & Small & Medium Enterprises Ramatoulaye BAH
Min. of Labor & Public Service Fatoumata TOUNKARA
Min. of Literacy & the Promotion of National Languages Bamba CAMARA
Min. of Livestock Mamadou Korka DIALLO, Gen.
Min. of Public Works Ousmane BAH
Min. of Social Affairs & Female Promotion Nantenin CHERIF
Min. of Sports Aboubacar Titi CAMARA
Min. of Telecommunications & New Information Technology Oye GUILAVOGUI
Min. of Urbanism, Habitat, & Construction Mathurin BAGOURA, Gen.
Min. of Youth & Youth Employment Sanoussy Gbatama SOW
Governor, Central Bank Louceny NABE
Ambassador to the US
Permanent Representative to the UN, New York
Source: CIA World Fact Book
Thursday, 05-23-13, 14:42
[UN News]A United Nations envoy today convened a consultative meeting in the Guinean capital, Conakry, between the Prime Minister and opposition leaders, pressing ahead with UN efforts to assist the parties in resolving differences over preparations for stalled legislative elections and other contentious issues through peaceful means.
Friday, 05-17-13, 13:42
[IFEX]On 18 April, 2013, members of Guinea's National Police Force fired tear gas and live bullets to disperse a large group of opposition demonstrators who were protesting against the selection of a South African software firm, Waymark, to compile a new voter register. The incident occurred close to Gbessia Airport in Conakry.