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  • Kenya Global Entrepreneurship Summit video projection (Embassy image)
    US Embassy Conakry supports the 2015 Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Kenya

    On Saturday July 25, 2015, members of the African Women’s Entrepreneurship Program (AWEP Guinea ), young entrepreneurs and the US Embassy came together to mark the opening of GES in Kenya. The discussion and sharing of experience encouraged participants to learn more about educational opportunities, mentoring, and growing a small business.  

  • US Embassy Conakry Press release (Embassy image)
    The statement of the Ambassador Alexander Laskaris following the indictment of Dadis Camara

    The US Embassy in Conakry welcomes the indictment of former junta leader Moussa Dadis Camara for his alleged role in the stadium massacre. Minister of Justice Cheik Sako and his colleagues have taken an important step towards accountability for the murder and rape of Guinean citizens who were exercising their constitutional right to free assembly.  

  •  Participants ask questions (Embassy image)
    Grassroots Political Activism for Youth

    On Monday, July 13, U.S. Embassy Conakry hosted a webconference entitled “Political Activism for Youth.” Adrienne Lever, of Democracy Works and TurboVote.org, both nonpartisan American nongovernmental organizations, gave Guinean youth practical ideas for building successful grassroots political campaigns.  

  • Political Officer Regis with a citizen in Melia 
(Embasssy image)
    Ambassador Laskaris celebrates Iftar with the Grand Imam

    Members of the US Embassy staff, including Ambassador Alex Laskaris, broke the Ramadan fast in the village of Melia, Kindia Prefecture.  

  • President Obama, Presidents Sirleaf, Koroma and Condé (Dep State image)
    Remarks by the President before meeting with West African leaders on Ebola

    Well, I want to welcome Presidents Sirleaf, Koroma and Condé. The United States has a long partnership with Liberia and Sierra Leone and Guinea -- partnerships that prove to be critical in the fight against Ebola. We’re here to assess progress today and to look ahead. 

  • US Embassy Conakry Press release (Embassy image)
    Traveling to the U.S. from Guinea

    As of October 22, the Department of Homeland Security requires that all persons traveling to the United States from the West African countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea must enter the U.S. through New York's Kennedy, Newark’s Liberty, Washington's Dulles, Chicago's O'Hare, and Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson airports and undergo EVD screening. 

  • U.S. Department of State Office of the Spokesperson, JEN PSAKI (Dept state image)
    Marking the Fifth Anniversary of Massacre at Pro-Democracy Rally in Guinea

    Today marks the fifth anniversary of the 2009 massacre in Conakry, Guinea, when security forces killed more than 150 people, injured thousands more, and publicly raped more than 100 women at a pro-democracy rally.   STATEMENT BY JEN PSAKI, SPOKESPERSON »

Consular Update

  • •  All visa-issuing embassies and consulates are now back online. We are scheduling visa interviews and issuing nonimmigrant visas. We deeply regret the inconvenience to travelers who are waiting for visas, as well as their families and U.S. businesses that have been affected.

Ebola Update

  • The epidemiological situation, as of June 16, 2015, is as follows:
    WHO reported 10 confirmed cases of EVD in Guinea between June 8–14.  EVD transmission decreased slightly between early and mid-June, affecting four Guinean prefectures—Boké, Conakry, Dubréka, and Forécariah.  As of June 14, health actors were monitoring nearly 1,930 contacts across eight Guinean prefectures.  For more information please see: http://goo.gl/Gvv5eJ
    The epidemiological situation, as of June 16, 2015, is as follows:

    WHO reported 10 confirmed cases of EVD in Guinea between June 8–14.  EVD transmission decreased slightly between early and mid-June, affecting four Guinean prefectures—Boké, Conakry, Dubréka, and Forécariah.  As of June 14, health actors were monitoring nearly 1,930 contacts across eight Guinean prefectures.  For more information please see: http://goo.gl/RFxH6M

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