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Guinea: the junta describes as “shame” and “lie” the words of the president of ECOWAS – RFI


Published on: 09/22/2022 – 13:41 The ruling junta in Guinea launched a very violent charge this Thursday, September 22 against the current president of ECOWAS shortly before a summit of this organization, denouncing remarks held Wednesday as a “shame” and accusing him of practicing “puppet” diplomacy. “Crude lies and remarks that are similar to intimidation are nowadays retrograde practices that do not honor their author and at the same time tarnish the brand image of ECOWAS. We cannot bear this shame, ”says Colonel Amara Camara, one of the figures of the junta and secretary general of the Transition presidency, in a video posted on the Facebook of the Guinean presidency. “We are not in a puppet or reality TV relationship,” he added. Colonel Camara criticizes the current president of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), the Bissau-Guinean Umaro Sissoco Embalo, for his statements to RFI and France 24 on Wednesday September 22. An exceptional summit of the ECOWAS scheduled for today in New York President Embalo had warned that Guinea was going to face “heavy sanctions” if the junta which came to power by force in September 2021 persisted in wanting to stay there for three years. He reaffirmed during a visit to Guinea that he had obtained an agreement with the junta to give way to elected civilians after two years, which Colonel Camara describes as a “lie”. Leaders of Member States of ECOWAS should meet in summit Thursday afternoon in New York on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly, with the situation in Guinea as well as the crisis between Mali and Côte d’Ivoire at the top of their agenda .Colonel Camara accuses Mr. Embalo, since his accession to the rotating presidency of the Conference of West African Heads of State a few weeks ago, of becoming famous for “his personal positions in defiance of his presidential counterparts He accuses him of “showing off” and discrediting the presidency of ECOWAS, of having forced the hand of his West African counterparts to hold a summit outside West Africa and want to do the same with sanctions against Guinea.►Read more si: Mamadi Doumbouya visiting Mali before an important ECOWAS summit (With AFP)



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