The Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations said to me: 'We know that there have been many coups in the world, but the coup in Guinea is the first that we understand.
Then, he underlines, the head of the Guinean diplomat, ''I had to take the president's message to the international community at the highest level, in particular to the United Nations to explain why there was September 5 in Guinea, then underline the measures taken by the CNRD, its president and its government to get Guinea out of the state in which it has been immersed for a long time.
I told him this is proof that he had a change in Guinea.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Integration, Cooperation and Guineans Abroad, Dr.
Morissanda Kouyaté announced to the government the payment of Guinea's arrears of contributions to the UN.
But never mind, a lot of results have been achieved.
“How can anyone imagine for a moment that a country which is the second largest producer of bauxite in the world is unable, before September 5, to pay 270,000 dollars?.Read Full Story