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Buhari to address UN General Assembly Wednesday September 21

President Muhammadu Buhari will deliver his address in the morning of Wednesday, September 21, Persecondnews.com gathered in New-York Friday morning.

World leaders will be back in New York next week as they address the world at the 77th session of the UN General Assembly.

It’s the first time fully back in person since before the Covid-19 pandemic led to most addresses being delivered by virtual but overall numbers have been stripped back with smaller delegations and fewer journalists allowed to keep the numbers down.

President Muhammadu Buhari will deliver his address in the morning of Wednesday, September 21, Persecondnews.com gathered in New-York Friday morning. The leaders of Iran, Mongolia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Senegal, Latvia, Ecuador, Marshall Islands, Zambia, Venezuela, Libya, Republic of Moldova, Slovenia, Kenya, Chad,  and Gabon will complete the morning session for that day.

The UN’s 193-member states will be provided with a platform and 15 to 20 minutes to address the international community.

As is customary, Brazil’s leader will take to the famous first on Tuesday, September 20 to begin the proceedings. Brazil will be followed by the United States’ Joe Biden giving his second address as president.

After that will be a quick succession of world leaders over the course of the following six days.

 

Tuesday, September 20

Morning: Brazil, United States, Chile, Jordan, Colombia, Turkey, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Paraguay, Republic of Korea, Qatar, Uzbekistan, Switzerland, Slovakia, South Africa, France

Afternoon: Honduras, Philippines, Lithuania, Romania, Bolivia, Egypt, Peru, Palau, Costa Rica, Seychelles, Argentina, Poland, Guatemala, Madagascar, El Salvador

Wednesday, September 21

Morning: Nigeria, Iran, Mongolia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Senegal, Latvia, Ecuador, Marshall Islands, Zambia, Venezuela, Libya, Republic of Moldova, Slovenia, Kenya, Chad, Gabon

Afternoon: Hungary, Cote d’Ivoire, Sierra Leone, Angola, Estonia, Ghana, Cabo Verde, Dominican Republic, Eswatini, Ukraine, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Serbia, Lebanon, Central African Republic, Monaco, Guyana, Dominica.

 

Thursday, September 22

Morning: Niger, Botswana, Gambia, Yemen, Kiribati, Togo, Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon, Zimbabwe, Tunisia, Guinea-Bissau, Comoros, Liberia, Somalia, Burundi, Sudan

Afternoon: Sao Tome and Principe, Malawi, Micronesia, South Sudan, United Republic of Tanzania, Uganda, Panama, Portugal, Japan, Armenia, Barbados, Italy, Ireland, Israel, United Kingdom, Norway, Malta, Canada, Bhutan, Nepal

Friday, September 23

Morning: Cyprus, Ethiopia, Burkina Faso, Timor-Leste, State of Palestine, European Union, Fiji, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Germany, Thailand, Solomon Islands, New Zealand, Pakistan, Cambodia, Spain, Saint Lucia, Andorra, Belgium, Mauritius, Tonga

Afternoon: Antigua and Barbuda, Iraq, Greece, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Croatia, Kuwait, Samoa, Montenegro, Papua New Guinea, Georgia, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Haiti, Belize, Tuvalu, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Vanuatu

Saturday, September 24

Morning: Bahamas, Mali, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Grenada, North Macedonia, Lesotho, Mozambique, Albania, Morocco, Holy See, China, Vietnam, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Mexico, Russian Federation, Cuba, Tajikistan, India, Sweden

Afternoon: Azerbaijan, Liechtenstein, Maldives, Singapore, Austria, Denmark, Guinea, Belarus, United Arab Emirates, San Marino, Djibouti, Saudi Arabia, Brunei, Australia, Sri Lanka

Monday, September 26

Morning: Syria, Congo, Eritrea, Iceland, Oman, Bahrain, Bulgaria, Nicaragua, Czechia, Indonesia, Algeria, Mauritania, Benin, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Myanmar, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan.

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