President Trump attends UN General Assembly Attention to reference to Iran September 21 10:39
US President Trump will attend the UN General Assembly next week. As tensions with Iran grow as a result of attacks on Saudi oil-related facilities, it will be noted how general discussion speeches will refer to dealing with Iran.
The American White House announced that President Trump will attend the UN General Assembly in New York next week.
According to it, President Trump will host a meeting on religious freedom at the United Nations headquarters on the 23rd and will call on the international community to prevent faith-based attacks.
On the 24th, the general debate speech was held for the third time after taking office, and the response to Iran and denuclearization discussions stagnated as tensions with Iran increased following the attack on oil-related facilities in Saudi Arabia. Attention will be paid to how to refer to North Korea.
On the 23rd, we will meet with leaders from countries such as Pakistan's Prime Minister Khan and South Korea's President Moon Jane.
And on the 25th, after a summit meeting with Prime Minister Abe and Ukrainian President Zerensky, we plan to hold a closing press conference.
President Trump told reporters about attending the United Nations General Assembly on the 20th that he is looking forward to it and has a big message. The