UN General Assembly Kicks Off Annual General Debate
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NEW YORK, USA.
[image: A wide view of the General Assembly Hall(Photo: UN/Ciak Pak)]
A wide view of the General Assembly Hall(Photo: UN/Ciak Pak)
*20 September 2016(Nyamilepedia)* —– As world leaders gather at the United
Nations Headquarters, the General Assembly this morning began its annual
general debate, which defines international responses to many of the global
challenges of today, including protracted conflicts, extreme poverty and
hunger, the refugee crisis and climate change under the theme of “The
Sustainable Development Goals: a universal push to transform our world.”
The general debate is expected to run through Monday, 26 September. The
high-level segment of the General Assembly’s 71st session
<http://www.un.org/en/ga/> started yesterday, with asummit
<http://refugeesmigrants.un.org/summit> to address large movements of refugees
and migrants <http://refugeesmigrants.un.org/>.
World leaders adopted a political declaration as an outcome document at the
summit, during which the UN saw a new addition to its family – a dedicated
migration agency. Leaders of the UN and the International Organization for
Migration (IOM) signed an agreement to officially make IOM a related agency
of the UN system.
The south Sudan first Vice President Taban Deng Gai at the UN General
Assembly and amongst Senior Government Official including Hon. Dr. Martine
Elia Lomuro National Minister of Cabinet Affairs representing South Sudan.
SOOURCE: ‘The story Alive UN Radio and France 24 channel’
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