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Military junta in Guinea holds talks with foreign diplomats, NGOs

The military junta that toppled the government in Guinea on Sept. 5 met with representatives of foreign diplomatic missions and non-governmental organizations Wednesday as part of efforts to establish a transitional government.

According to local reports, Colonel Mamadi Doumbouya, leader of the National Committee for Rally and Development (CNRD), gathered with heads of NGOs in the parliament building.

Doumbouya then held talks with representatives of foreign missions behind closed doors, exchanging ideas in the context of the transition process.

The talks will continue until Sept. 17.

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