Jovenel Moise arrives in New York for UN General Assembly
President Jovenel Moise arrived in New York on Sunday to attend the 73rd General Assembly of the United Nations.
Jovenel and his wife Martine Moise were welcomed at John F. Kennedy International Airport by Foreign Minister Affairs Bocchit Edmond, Permanent Representative to the U.N. Denis Regis, Ambassador Léon Charles, Permanent Representative to OAS, New York Consul General Gandy Thomas and other officials.
President Moise has joined other global leaders gathering in New York to discuss issues of global significance.
The 73rd UN General Assembly will be the most highly attended summit as it will see all the 193 Member States and three Observer States address at the global annual summit of leaders.
The summit will be preceded by a high level plenary meeting called the Nelson Mandela Peace Summit on Monday at which, Heads of State and Government are expected to address the General Assembly on the need for global peace.
The theme of the 73rd General Assembly is: “Making the United Nations Relevant to All People: Global Leadership and Shared Responsibilities for Peaceful, Equitable and Sustainable Societies.”