She said, Guinea itself is still underdeveloped and the Ebola crisis, pose further set back the efforts to strengthen the role of the state, governance, and economic progress.
“So we remain concerned about the progress on the human rights front in Guinea and we express these concerns to the president. He shares them, and he is very eager to strengthen the justice system, to professionalize the police and the security forces, to improve services throughout the country, and particularly important to him is to jumpstart economic development.”
According to Sarah Sewall United States will partner with Guinea to urge them to take steps and to provide material support to strengthen their justice system, to professionalize their security forces.
She was speaking in an interview on LiveAtState on Threats to Civilian Security in Africa:
Below is the Full interview: