In the midst of crises afflicting the world, the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly is held

In the midst of crises afflicting the world, the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly is held Leaders of a world mired in crises from war in Ukraine to climate disasters to food insecurity will meet from Tuesday at the deeply divided United Nations General Assembly.  About 150 heads of state or government from all over the world, over the course of nearly a week, deliver speeches at the annual meeting of the United Nations General Assembly, which is being held for the first time in person, after it was conducted online in the past two years due to the Corona epidemic.  The US President will speak on the first day of the meeting, as the head of the host country, to the United Nations Headquarters, but exceptionally Biden will postpone his speech until Wednesday, due to his attendance of Queen Elizabeth II's funeral Monday in London.  For his part, UN Secretary-General António Guterres will deliver the opening address of the 77th session of the UN General Assembly and "is not going to soften things," said his spokesman, Stephane Dujarric.  "We are meeting at a moment of great danger for the world," Guterres said Monday, referring to "climate conflicts and disasters" as well as "mistrust and division" and "poverty, inequality and discrimination."  The Russian attack on Ukraine will be at the center of this week's high-level diplomacy. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will also join, via video conferencing, after receiving special permission voted by member states last week.  For its part, several countries objected to Western countries focusing their attention on Ukraine.  "We don't just want to talk about ending the conflict in Ukraine. We want the conflicts to end in Tigray, we want the conflicts to end in Syria, we want the conflicts to end wherever," Barbados Prime Minister Mia Motley said Monday on the introductory day devoted to education and growth goals. was in the world."  Iranian nuclear  In an attempt to respond to the concerns of some countries, the Americans and Europeans are organizing Tuesday a high-level meeting on food insecurity, one of the repercussions of this war that humanity is suffering from.  French President Emmanuel Macron, who is scheduled to deliver his speech on Tuesday, will stress the need to prevent a "dissension" between the countries of the North and the countries of the South, according to what the Elysee Palace announced, which indicated that the President will host a dinner on this issue with a number of other leaders.  These tensions stemming from the war in Ukraine add to the southern resentment of the northern states in the fight against climate change.  Developing countries, which bear less responsibility for global warming but are the first victims of it, are struggling to make good on their promises of financial aid.  Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and German Chancellor Olaf Schulz are also scheduled to speak on Tuesday.  Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi is also in New York this week for his first participation in the United Nations General Assembly, and the nuclear file may once again be at the center of discussions.  On Tuesday, the Iranian president is scheduled to meet Macron, who in recent months urged him during phone calls to accept the conditions put forward by the Europeans to revive the 2015 nuclear agreement, which is supposed to ensure that Tehran does not acquire the atomic bomb in exchange for the lifting of sanctions that stifle its economy.  On the other hand, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping will be absent from the United Nations General Assembly this year.

Leaders of a world mired in crises from war in Ukraine to climate disasters to food insecurity will meet from Tuesday at the deeply divided United Nations General Assembly.

About 150 heads of state or government from all over the world, over the course of nearly a week, deliver speeches at the annual meeting of the United Nations General Assembly, which is being held for the first time in person, after it was conducted online in the past two years due to the Corona epidemic.

The US President will speak on the first day of the meeting, as the head of the host country, to the United Nations Headquarters, but exceptionally Biden will postpone his speech until Wednesday, due to his attendance of Queen Elizabeth II's funeral Monday in London.

For his part, UN Secretary-General António Guterres will deliver the opening address of the 77th session of the UN General Assembly and "is not going to soften things," said his spokesman, Stephane Dujarric.

"We are meeting at a moment of great danger for the world," Guterres said Monday, referring to "climate conflicts and disasters" as well as "mistrust and division" and "poverty, inequality and discrimination."

The Russian attack on Ukraine will be at the center of this week's high-level diplomacy. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will also join, via video conferencing, after receiving special permission voted by member states last week.

For its part, several countries objected to Western countries focusing their attention on Ukraine.

"We don't just want to talk about ending the conflict in Ukraine. We want the conflicts to end in Tigray, we want the conflicts to end in Syria, we want the conflicts to end wherever," Barbados Prime Minister Mia Motley said Monday on the introductory day devoted to education and growth goals. was in the world."

Iranian nuclear

In an attempt to respond to the concerns of some countries, the Americans and Europeans are organizing Tuesday a high-level meeting on food insecurity, one of the repercussions of this war that humanity is suffering from.

French President Emmanuel Macron, who is scheduled to deliver his speech on Tuesday, will stress the need to prevent a "dissension" between the countries of the North and the countries of the South, according to what the Elysee Palace announced, which indicated that the President will host a dinner on this issue with a number of other leaders.

These tensions stemming from the war in Ukraine add to the southern resentment of the northern states in the fight against climate change.

Developing countries, which bear less responsibility for global warming but are the first victims of it, are struggling to make good on their promises of financial aid.

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and German Chancellor Olaf Schulz are also scheduled to speak on Tuesday.

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi is also in New York this week for his first participation in the United Nations General Assembly, and the nuclear file may once again be at the center of discussions.

On Tuesday, the Iranian president is scheduled to meet Macron, who in recent months urged him during phone calls to accept the conditions put forward by the Europeans to revive the 2015 nuclear agreement, which is supposed to ensure that Tehran does not acquire the atomic bomb in exchange for the lifting of sanctions that stifle its economy.

On the other hand, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping will be absent from the United Nations General Assembly this year.
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