EYEAFRICA TV: New York, USA: President Adama Barrow will address world Leaders Today at The 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York which begin on September 18.
On September 25, the general debate will begin, in which each member state of the UN is invited to speak for 15 minutes.
This is an opportunity for nations to address the international community and is often used as a way to air grievances.
This is Mr. Barrow’s second time to attend the General Assembly debate since he came to power in 2016 election. He left the country last Saturday for the debate which will end on October 1.
The General Assembly general debate runs in two parts. The morning session starts at 9am (Coordinated Universal Time-5), and runs until 2.45pm. The afternoon sessions start at 3pm and run until 9pm.
A source close to the Presidency in New York told Eye Africa TV that President Barrow’s address is expected to include appreciation to the international community and support to his government and Africa’s gaining of a permanent seat in the UN Security Council.
Majority of the Countries are often represent by The President, Prime Minister or foreign Affairs Minister.