Règle correspondante
Guinea
Practice Relating to Rule 88. Non-Discrimination
Guinea’s Disciplinary Regulations (2012) states: “In accordance with the international agreements signed by the government of Guinea, military personnel in combat are required … to treat humanely, without distinction, all persons placed hors de combat”. 
Guinea, Règlement de Service dans les Forces Armées, Volume 1: Règlement de Discipline Générale (Service Regulations in the Armed Forces, Volume 1: General Discipline Regulations), 2012 edition, Ministère de la Défense Nationale, approved by Presidential Decree No. D 293/PRG/SGG/2012, 6 December 2012, Article 12(a).
Guinea’s Soldier’s Manual (2010), under the heading “Rules of conduct in combat”, states: “Collect, protect and care for the wounded and sick, whether they are friends, enemies or civilians.” 
Guinea, Soldier’s Manual, Ministry of National Defence, 2010, p. 15.
Guinea’s Code of Medical Ethics (1996) states:
A Physician shall listen to, examine, advise or treat with the same conscientiousness all persons irrespective of their origin, their customs, their marital status, their affiliation to an ethnic group, nation or religion or lack thereof, their disability or state of health, their reputation or the feelings he might have for them. He shall provide them with his assistance in all circumstances. 
Guinea, Code of Medical Ethics, 1996, Article 7.