The Embassy of Guinea
Address: Jägerstrasse 67-69, Berlin, D-10117
Tel.: +49 (0)30 20074340
Fax: +49 (0)30 200743333
H.E. Siradiou Diallo serves as Ambassador to Germany since October 19, 2018.
He was born on January 19, 1952 and studied International Relations. He was stationed in Brussels, Belgium before his current appointment. He speaks French, English and German.
In the first decades after Guinea gained independence (1958), relations between Germany and Guinea were unstable, and broke down completely 1970-1975. However, following the first democratic presidential elections in 2010, relations between the two countries normalized and presently Germany is held in high regard in Guinea.
In recent years, the two countries have maintained a good economic relationship, with importations and exportations occuring on both sides. There are also several German private-sector companies working in Guinea.
Concerning development cooperation, the current focus is on Basic Social Services, Basic Education (with private initiatives, such as the German Adult Education Association; and social projects concerning World Peace Service), and Reproductive and Family Health. As part of humanitarian aid to combat the Ebola epidemic, the Federal Government of Germany provided a fund of 7,8 million euros to Guinea.