Events

Annual Reception of the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House)

For his collaboration and contribution to the work of the Institute, HE Mr. Paul Goa Zoumanigui was honored to receive the engraving of the “Chatham House Rule”

Full speech of H.E. Mr Paul Goa Zoumanigui

Visit of H.E. Elhadj Bah Ousmane to London. Full speech by HE Mr. Paul Goa Zoumanigui.

Conakry World Book Capital 2017

Conakry World Book Capital 2017

Conakry, capital of the Republic of Guinea is a port city opened by a wide cornice on the Atlantic Ocean, which has more than 2 million inhabitants making it one of the most important African cities. Located in West Africa, Guinea is open on the Atlantic Ocean, bordered to the South by Liberia and Sierra Leone, on the North by Senegal and Guinea Bissau, on the East by Mali and Côte d’Ivoire.

The historic center of Conakry is located on the peninsula of Kaloum, Tombo. The city was then largely overwhelmed inland, in the image of geographic and demographic of all great African metropolises growth.

The city flourished as a port of export, especially after the construction of the railway line leading to Kankan, in the centre of the country. It is also the seat of the institutions and the administrative, political, economic and cultural center.

Conakry World Book Capital 2017

CONFERENCE-DEBATE ON HEALTH AND DIPLOMACY: EXPERIENCE FROM HEMORRHAGIC DISEASE TO EBOLA VIRUS (MHVE)

The Department of Politics, Philosophy, International Relations and Environment (SPIRE: Politics, Philosophy, International Relations and Environment) of the University of Keele invites His Excellency The Ambassador of Guinea to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland Paul Goa Zoumanigui to chair a panel discussion on Health and Diplomacy: Experience from the Ebola Virus Hemorrhagic Disease (MHVE). The conference will be held at the University on January 26, 2017.