The diplomatic mission of the Embassy can be summarized to words: Represent, inform, negotiate, and protect.

The embassy represents the Republic of Guinea in the countries of it jurisdiction. It facilitates the relationship between those states and Guinea.

It informs various actors on the political, economic, and social environment of Guinea.

Moreover, it negotiates treaties and bilateral agreements on the instruction of the Guinean government.

Finally, the Embassy of Guinea in Washington, DC protects Guineans in its jurisdiction in collaboration with its consulates. The Guinean Embassy in Washington, DC was first opened following the country’s independence on October 02, 1958.

The Embassy in Washington, DC represents Guinea in the following international organizations:

World Health Organization (WHO)

International Maritime Organization (IMO)

The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

International Organization of La Francophonie (IOF)