UNGA 2021: What to expect from the general debate day two

Second day of UN speakers set to start on Wednesday

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The 76th UN General Assembly got under way on September 14.

With the Covid-19 pandemic still causing havoc for international travel, this year’s event will be smaller than in previous years.

The highlight is the week-long general debate, which provides all 193 member states with a platform to address the UN body.

Each day of the General Assembly, the debate runs in two parts. The morning session starts at 9am (Co-ordinated Universal Time-5), and runs until 2.45pm. The afternoon sessions start at 3pm and run until 9pm.

Wednesday, September 22

Morning

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Jordan

Monaco

Ghana

Sri Lanka

Tunisia

Guatemala

Marshall Islands

Republic of Moldova

Uruguay

Estonia

Suriname

Sierra Leone

Afternoon

Venezuela

Mongolia

Kenya

Honduras

Indonesia

Ukraine

Malawi

Cabo Verde

Vietnam

Togo

Mozambique

Dominican Republic

Guinea-Bissau

Djibouti

Central African Republic

Somalia

Updated: September 21st 2021, 4:32 PM
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