India and Guinea have signed three MoUs for cooperation in the field of traditional medicine and homeopathy; renewable energy; and for participation in the e-Vidya Bharati and e-Aarogya Bharat (e-VBAB) Network Project.
The MoUs were signed following delegation-level talks between President Ram Nath Kovind and Guinea’s President Alpha Conde. Both the leaders also expressed their deep concern over the rise of extremism and terrorism around the world, and called for the need for heightened international efforts to combat terrorism and emphasized the need for the early adoption of the “Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism” in the United Nations.
India also announced a new Line of Credit of US$ 170 million for water supply project of metropolitan city of Conakry, Guinea.
Both sides also reaffirmed their commitment to reformed multilateralism and for comprehensive reforms of the UN Security Council. Guinea conveyed its support for India’s candidacy as non-permanent member of the UN Security Council for the term 2021–2022.