Guinea Trade Mission
Guinea is at a turning point after decades of authoritarian rule since gaining its independence from France in 1958. Guinea held its first free and competitive democratic presidential and legislative elections in 2010 and 2013 respectively, and in October 2015 held a second consecutive presidential election. Alpha CONDE was reelected to a second five-year term as president in 2015, and the National Assembly was seated in January 2014. CONDE's first cabinet is the first all-civilian government in Guinea. Previously, Sekou TOURE ruled the country as president from independence to his death in 1984. Lansana CONTE came to power in 1984 when the military seized the government after TOURE's death. Gen. CONTE organized and won presidential elections in 1993, 1998, and 2003, though all the polls were rigged. Upon CONTE's death in December 2008, Capt. Moussa Dadis CAMARA led a military coup, seizing power and suspending the constitution. His unwillingness to yield to domestic and international pressure to step down led to heightened political tensions that culminated in September 2009 when presidential guards opened fire on an opposition rally killing more than 150 people, and in early December 2009 when CAMARA was wounded in an assassination attempt and exiled to Burkina Faso. A transitional government led by Gen. Sekouba KONATE paved the way for Guinea's transition to a fledgling democracy..
The Invitation to Guinea for Power Review turned into a 5 month feasibility study and MOU signing in excess of 3.8 Billion USD of WIP. THe Country as the desire to secure foreign investment with the use of "In-Ground" assets, meaning RJK is now building a consortium of companies to broaden the MOU to now JV with private sector to develop the mining or oil and Agricultural developments.
By this memorandum, it is understood that:
The government of the Republic of Guinea, Hereinafter “The Government” represented by its minister Mohmoud Camara Ph.d on one hand.
The Company”RJK” Guinea Developments represented by Mr. Robert J, Kreuger, the other
With the introduction of recent studies, advancements in Bio fuels or alternative fuels, that are using agriculture products or crops, that, when blended, will provide the necessary components for the internationally accepted “GREEN ENERGY”. In my review Guinea has the right elements or potential conditions to produce, this approved green energy or products to satisfy the export markets on a global scale, potentially changing the image of Guinea from a nation of reactive CONSUMERS to eventually a proactive NATION of true Independence and Export.
RJK Guinea Developments S.A. will be seeking, assistance from Governments to further this objective by initiating the platform to undertake further steps and training of local workforce, to include the “TRANSFER of KNOWLEDGE”. In the area of “Closed Loop Farming” In the following days I can describe the steps for the building of a model scale development that will require local interest, and investment in the areas of:
Micro-Finance for family farming introduction.
It is understood that to achieve the above, that it will require an initial estimate of $6 hundred million USD of capital for direct investments or distribution to local economy of Guinea.
The above “back to basics” plan is of interest to RJK Guinea Developments and RJK will seek the GUINEA Government support with the following expectations. There are: