U.S. President Joe Biden will speak at the UN General Assembly on September 21 in New York, where the headquarters of the organization is located. The news was reported by CNBC on Monday, September 13, citing the White House press service.
“The president will travel to New York on Tuesday, September 21, to address the U.N. General Assembly,” the press office specified.
This will be Biden’s first speech before the UNGA since he assumed the presidency. The White House has promised to release additional details on the matter at a later date.
On September 9, Volkan Bozkir, chairman of the GA session, said that 83 heads of state are expected to attend the UN General Assembly in person. At the same time, 26 leaders have applied to speak on record.