Presidents Idriss Deby of Chad and Paul Kagame of Rwanda are expected in Conakry anytime now, for talks relating to the overhaul of the African Union (AU). This was announced Thursday by Guinea’s acting government spokesman, Moustapha Mamy Diaby, who doubles as minister of Telecommunications. Par APA-Conakry



Diaby announced “the imminent arrival” of the two presidents in Guinea, at the end of the council of ministers meeting in Conakry.
“The President has informed the Council of the arrival of Paul Kagame and Idriss Deby Itno, respectively president of Rwanda and president
of Chad, as part of a series of discussions on the proposed reform of the institutions of the African Union,” Diaby declared.
As of now, neither the exact date of the visit nor the length of their stay in Conakry has been specified.
Last January, President Alpha Conde was appointed by his peers as current President of the AU for a year, taking over as AU chairman from his Chadian counterpart Idriss Deby.
The Chadian leader last visited Conakry in March 2017, when he re-launched bilateral cooperation, as well as launched the continent’s flagship energy project, of which Alpha Conde is the coordinator.
As for President Kagame, he made a working visit to Guinea in March 2016, when he took advantage to strengthen economic and other cooperation between the two countries.