Military says detained ex-President Conde will not be allowed to leave Guinea after the coup, defying regional pressure.
West Africa bloc freezes assets, impose travel bans on Guinea’s coup leaders as it presses for Mali polls in February.
Week-long consultation with political, religious and business leaders under way in Conakry.
The coup leaders have promised a government of national unity to lead transition to civilian rule, but questions remain.
Delegation from West Africa’s main bloc meet Guinea’s overthrown president and the new military rulers who removed him.
High-level mission from main West African bloc is expected to seek democratic transition following Conde’s removal.
During virtual summit, regional bloc demands return to constitutional order and Alpha Conde’s immediate release.
Leader of army unit that overthrew President Alpha Conde tells government ministers there will be ‘no witch hunt’.
Players and support staff departed Conakry after being holed up in their hotel during the first hours of the putsch.
Critics argue that the 83-year-old leader worked for decades to restore democracy, but once in power, he undermined it.
President Conde, in power for more than a decade, saw his popularity plummet since he sought a third term last year.
Guinea is a key supplier of bauxite, aluminiums raw material, markets are concerned about potential supply disruptions.
Special forces troops say they dissolved the constitution and shut the country’s land and air borders.