For the first time in 75 years of history, UN General Assembly session will be virtual, Trump will be the only world leader to address the session
New York. US President Donald Trump is expected to travel to New York for the annual session of the United Nations General Assembly in September . He will be the only world leader who will address this session to be held there in a virtual manner this year. US Ambassador to the United Nations Kelly Kraft said on Thursday, "We are hoping that President Trump will personally address the General Assembly and deliver the address." He will be the only world leader to personally address the gathering and deliver the address. ''
For the first time in the 75-year history of the United Nations, the annual session of the General Assembly will be held in a virtual manner and heads of countries and governments will not attend this annual gathering in person due to the global epidemic of corona virus. This 193-member organization had decided last week that world leaders would give pre-recorded videos of their statements to the General Assembly. The United States is the host country of the United Nations and Trump is expected to address the general debate of the 75th session of the General Assembly on 22 September. America is traditionally the second speaker after Brazil. This will be Trump's final address to the General Assembly in his first term as President of the United States and he can use this platform to express his foreign policy achievements.