MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
His Excellency Mr. Alexandre Cécé Loua (born 1956) is a Guinean diplomat, currently serving in the government of Guinea as Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Previously he was an ambassador to various countries. Mr. Loua was born in Nzérékoré. From 1 December 1986 to 26 December 1994, he was head of
the Legal Affairs Division at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He was also a Guinean delegate at meetings of various international organizations
during the 1980s and 1990s, including the 38th Session of the United Nations General Assembly from September to December 1993 and the 50th Session
of the United Nations General Assembly from September to December 1995. He was Ambassador and National Director of Legal and Consular Affairs
at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 27 December 1994 to 12 April 1996 and Ambassador to Yugoslavia, with additional accreditation for
Bulgaria and Macedonia, from 12 April 1996 to June 1998. From 1995 to 1996, he was a member of the National Coordination Committee of Liberian
and Sierra Leonean Refugees in Guinea.
Later, Mr. Loua served as Guinea's Ambassador to South Africa, Angola, Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, Mauritius, Zimbabwe, and Madagascar
until 31 January 2007, when he instead became Ambassador to Germany. After nearly two years in that post, he was appointed to the Guinean
government as Minister of Foreign Affairs and Guineans Abroad on 14 January 2009, following the December 2008 military coup d'état.