PM Jean-Marie Dore Leads Guinea Delegation on 3-Day Visit to Liberia
An odd time to be away from Guinea . . .
A high powered Guinean government delegation headed by the Prime Minister of that country Mr. Jean-Marie Dore, arrived in the country late yesterday evening on a three-day official visit. The delegation, according to the Executive Mansion, would be expected to meet with President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf today at the Foreign Ministry. The discussion between the two leaders would be followed by a special session with the Liberian media. The delegation which consists of more than 12 persons, would also meet with members of the Liberian cabinet and other senior officials of the Liberian government. The arrival of the delegation’s visit comes ahead of that country’s up coming run-off elections, which is slated for November 7, 2010.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf as Chairman of the Mano River Union (MRU) has been leading efforts by the organization to ensure that Guinea returns to a peaceful democratic rule in the wake of the military takeover following the death of long time President Lasanna Conte