After winning a second term, for first time, PM Modi to address UN Annual Assembly session on Sept 27

UN and India shared strong ties in many aspects of political and social life. The Modi 2.0 also contributing in UN missions. Now, for the first time after reelection and victory, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the annual high-level UN General Assembly session on September 27.

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PM Modi’s New York visit in that week will have a packed agenda of bilateral and multilateral engagements.

According to an updated list of speakers for the General Debate of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA), PM Modi will address the high-level session on the morning of September 27.

The initial speakers’ list indicates that about 112 Heads of State, nearly 48 Heads of Government and over 30 Foreign Ministers will arrive in New York to address the General Debate. The General Debate will commence on September 24 and runs through September 30.

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US President Donald Trump, who had delivered his first address to global leaders from the General Assembly hall’s iconic green podium in 2017, will address the high-level session on the morning of September 24.

The US is traditionally the second speaker on the opening day of the General Debate, after Brazil. PM Modi has a packed agenda of bilateral and multilateral engagements in the UN and New York area during his nearly week-long visit to the city.

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According to the list of speakers, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan is scheduled to address global leaders on September 27. Imran Khan will address the UNGA session shortly after PM Modi’s address.


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