Buhari addresses UNGA, over 150 world leaders meet

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The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), and some Nigerian political leaders were among world leaders that attended the opening of the General Debate of the 77th session of the General Assembly at the United Nations headquarters on Tuesday in New York.

The News Agency of Nigeria reported that no fewer than 150 world leaders are attending the largest diplomatic gathering after two years of virtual and hybrid summits.

 On Wednesday, Buhari will be the first speaker to address the General Assembly, which is the second day of the General Debate.

He will deliver Nigeria’s statement around 9am (2pm Nigerian time) to other world leaders during the morning session.

The president will attend a host of other meetings.

 On Thursday, the President is expected to attend a bilateral meeting on Nigeria International Economic Partnership Forum and High-Level meetings on the Sahel.

On Friday, the Nigerian President will attend High Level Breakfast Meeting on Reinvigorating Multilateralism and Achieving Comprehensive Reform of the UN Security Council Commemoration of 15 years of L.69.

Similarly, he will attend the official Launch of Nigeria’s Integrated National Financing Framework that same day.


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