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Modi will be accompanied by 100 leaders at the UN General Assembly

The UN General Assembly will convene on September 24 and will be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, US President Joe Biden and leaders of hundreds of countries.

Various issues will be discussed at the United Nations next week. The event was held in 2020 due to Kovid. Modi will address the UN General Assembly on September 25 and will attend the Quad meeting on the same occasion on September 24. Modi, Biden, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga will attend the quad summit.

The first virtual meeting of the Quad countries was held on March 12, 2021 in which regional and other issues were discussed. Modi will address the 76th General Assembly on September 25 and will discuss the post-Kovid revival. A total of 109 heads of state will participate in the talks. The speeches of the leaders of 60 countries will be recorded. Biden will be in New York for the first time to address a rally. Biden’s speech will be followed by the Brazilian summit, which will take place between September 21 and 27. The Afghan representative will finally have a chance to speak. His ambassador to the United Nations, Ghulam Isakzai, is expected to deliver the keynote address. He was appointed by former president Ashraf Ghani.

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