Instituted since 1946, the U.N. General Assembly is the biggest annual gathering of world leaders as the body put it, ‘to tackle humanity’s greatest challenges. 193 countries will have their leaders or representatives giving addresses.

It is the first United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) for Secretary-General Antonio Guterres who took over last year from Ban Ki-Moon. Ki-moon stepped down after serving two five-year terms.

The Summit takes place between Tuesday, September 19 until Monday, September 25. The theme for this year’s session is:

“Focusing on People: Striving for Peace and a Decent Life for all on a Sustainable Planet”.

We share a series of photos of African leaders doing ‘political and diplomatic business’ ahead opening the world’s biggest annual meeting of political leaders.

Guinean President/A.U. Chairperson Alpha Conde and Rwandan counterpart, Paul Kagame, at a meeting in New York.( Photo Courtesy)
South Africa’s Jacob Zuma at the African Heads of State and Government Meeting on Climate Change.( Photo Courtesy)
Ivorian president Ouattara meets with HE Paul kagame Rwandan and Rwanda’s Foreign Minister looks on.( Photo Courtesy)
Cameroonian leader, Paul Biya, shared a photo of his arrival in New York, closely behind him is First Lady Chantal Biya ( Photo Courtesy)

The Express News 

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