United States Condemns Violence, Expresses Disappointment over March 22 Vote in Guinea

For Immediate Release March 25, 2020 The United States has grave concerns over the violence surrounding the vote in Guinea on March 22, and we condemn all such actions.  We call on the Government of Guinea to investigate in a speedy and transparent manner all deaths associated with demonstrations and the election, with the results …

Read More»

Commemoration of International Women’s Day

On March 9, the American Mission in Conakry hosted a reception at the residence of Ambassador Simon Henshaw to commemorate the International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month. Some 50 distinguished guests, mostly women, discussed and exchanged on the progress made in the struggle for women’s empowerment in Guinea. Ambassador Henshaw hailed the achievements and …

Read More»

Press Statement by Secretary of State, Michael Pompeo on U.S. Concerns Over Electoral Process in Guinea

U.S DEPARTMENT OF STATE Office of the Spokesperson For Immediate Release February 7, 2020 U.S. Concerns Over Electoral Process in Guinea The United States is concerned about the Government of Guinea’s current plans to hold legislative elections and a constitutional referendum on March 1.  We question whether the process will be free, fair, and transparent …

Read More»

Ambassador Simon Henshaw meeting with Minister of Communication

US Ambassador Simon Henshaw visited the Minister of Information and Communication Amara Somparé on August 20. The two personalities had discussion over the Guinean public and private media situation and the prospects for a stronger collaboration between the Embassy of States United in Guinea and the Department of Information and Communication, notably for to providing more …

Read More»

Ambassador Henshaw meets the civil society in Kankan

Ambassador Simon Henshaw spent Tuesday, July 9 to meet with civil society organizations in the Kankan region. Ambassador Henshaw first engaged with a group of women peace actors called “Women Leaders” from Kankan and Dinguiraye prefectures, and then met with a group of youth called “Young Ambassadors for Peace” also from Kankan and Dinguiraye.   …

Read More»
Show More ∨