Guinea Prime Minister Lansana Beavogui led a delegation from his country to Sierra Leone for inter-government talks.
MV Guinean P.M. greeted by Prime Minister Koroma as he steps from helicopter
MV Prime Minister walking together
MV Guinea Prime Ministe greeting other officials (4 shots)
CU & GV Prime Ministers inspecting guard of honour
CU & GV Guinea Prime Minister receiving flowers and greeting local women (3 shots)
GV PAN People applaud
MV Prime Ministers drive away in open car
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Background: Guinea Prime Minister Lansana Beavogui led a delegation from his country to Sierra Leone for inter-government talks.
On Saturday (15 March), the Guinea delegation was greeted on arrival at the Brookfields Stadium in Freetown by Sierra Leone Vice-President and Prime Minister Sorie Ibrahim Koroma and other government officials.
Mr. Beavogui and Vice President Koroma inspected a guard of honour formed by men and women of the Sierra Leone Police Force.
Prime Minister Beavogui was later presented to Cabinet Ministers, other officials and members of a local women's organisation. He was presented with a bouquet of flowers by a representative of the Guinean community in Freetown.
Both Prime Minsters later drove to State House for talks with Sierra Leone President Dr. Siaka Probyn Stevens.
According to officials, the talks between the leaders and their respective delegations on issues affecting the two countries were held in friendly atmosphere.