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Canada-Guinea relations

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Bilateral relations

Canada and Guinea established diplomatic relations in March 1962. Canada's bilateral relations with Guinea are based on a long tradition of cooperation in the mining sector and a common membership in La Francophonie.

The Embassy of Canada to Senegal, in Dakar ensures the representation of Canada in Guinea. Guinea has been represented in Canada by an Embassy in Ottawa since 1980 and is also represented by Honorary Consuls in Montreal, Toronto, Calgary, and Vancouver.

Trade relations

Canada and Guinea have an established trade relationship. In 2021, exports totaled $34.6 million, while imports from Guinea reached $78.65 million.

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Development and humanitarian assistance

Partnerships and organizations

To develop effective responses to today’s most pressing global challenges, Canada and Guinea work closely in multilateral fora, such as:

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