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U n i t e d  N a t i o n s

General Assembly

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C o u r t e s y ,

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UN General Assembly Special Announcement

UN 77th General Assembly

13 September 2022 - 27 September 2022

77th President of the General Assembly

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Solidarity, sustainability, science, will

guide new General Assembly

President’s agenda.

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77th President of the General Assembly

Ambassador Csaba Kőrösi: 1st plenary meeting

(Opening of the 77th session)

António Guterres

Secretary-General of the United Nations:

Annual Report on the work of the UN

13 September 2022

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A Warm Welcome & Congratulations!

President-elect, Csaba Kőrösi of the 77th Session

United Nations General Assembly

7 June 2022

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Learn more at:  Csaba Kőrösi    

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EPACHA's Featured State Addresses 

to the 77th General Assembly

Important Reminders:  77th President of

the United Nations General Assembly

His Excellency,

Ambassador Csaba Kőrösi

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President of the United States

Joseph R. Biden

Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

Mr. President, Mr. Secretary-General, my fellow leaders, in the last year, our world has experienced great upheaval: a growing crisis in food insecurity; record heat, floods, and droughts; COVID-19; inflation; and a brutal, needless war — a war chosen by one man, to be very blunt.


Let us speak plainly. A permanent member of the United Nations Security Council invaded its neighbor, attempted to erase a sovereign state from the map.


Russia has shamelessly violated the core tenets of the United Nations Charter — no more important than the clear prohibition against countries taking the territory of their neighbor by force.


Again, just today, President Putin has made overt nuclear threats against Europe and a reckless disregard for the responsibilities of the non-proliferation regime.

This world should see these outrageous acts for what they are. Putin claims he had to act because Russia was threatened. But no one threatened Russia, and no one other than Russia sought conflict.

"A NUCLEAR WAR CANNOT BE WON AND

MUST NEVER BE FOUGHT!"

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"If you’re still committed to a strong foundation for the good of every nation around the world, then

the United States wants to work with you."

Quotes Courtesy, President Joseph Biden - Read Full Statement at:

https://gadebate.un.org/sites/default/files/gastatements/77/pl_en.pdf

Ukrainian President Zelenskyy

Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

"Ukraine wants peace!  Europe wants

Peace!  The World wants Peace!"

THE VALUE OF HUMAN RIGHTS, DIGNITY &

HUMAN LIFE MUST BE SECURED AND PROTECTED FROM ALL FORMS OF

 "ILLEGAL WARS OF AGRESSION!"

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President of the Republic of Poland,

Andrzej Duda Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

" . . . Today I am convinced that it [Ukraine] will prevail, that the refugees will return, that Ukraine

will be rebuilt, that its internationally

recognized borders will be restored."

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"My country, Poland, joining forces with its Allies, will do its utmost to make this happen. But there are other facets to this war: it has economic repercussions in many areas. A parallel war unleashed by Russia, the war against our common principles and values, against all of humanity.

 

And I also want to talk about humanity today, because I see representatives of many familiar countries from Africa, the Middle East and Asia in this hall, the countries whose leaders I spoke with just before or during the war.

 

This is not a regional conflict: it is a stoke of global fire, this war will bear on our countries and yours. Unless it has already happened."

Quotes Courtesy, President Andrzej Duda - Read Full Statement at:

https://gadebate.un.org/sites/default/files/gastatements/77/pl_en.pdf

Prime Minister and First Lord of the

Treasury of the United Kingdom

of Great Britain and

Northern Ireland, Elizabeth Truss

Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

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His Majesty King Abdullah II ibn

Al Hussein, King of the Hashemite

Kingdom of Jordan 

Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

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His Excellency Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs of the State of Israel, 

Yair Lapid Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

"Our hand is outstretched for peace!"

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 President of the Islamic Republic of

Iran, Seyyed Ebrahim Raisi

Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

"The Nation of Iran believes that justice brings unity - brings cohesion.  And warfare is a destroyer of all things! . . .War is not

the solution to crises:  dialogue and

conversations and negotiations

are the true solutions."

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Pakistan Prime Minister of the Islamic

Republic of Pakistan, Muhammad

Shehbaz Sharif Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

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Deputy Prime Minister and Minister

for Foreign Affairs of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia;

Demeke Mekonnen Hassen

Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

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(Français) Mali - Prime Minister Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

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President and Commander-in-Chief of the Defence Forces of the Republic of

Kenya, William Samoei Ruto

Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

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Prime Minister, Minister for National Security and the Public Service, and Minister for Finance,

Economic Affairs and Investment of Barbados, Mia Amor Mottley

Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

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Minister for Foreign Affairs of Canada,

Mélanie Joly Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

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New Zealand Prime Minister and Minister

for National Security and Intelligence,

Child Poverty Reduction, and

Ministerial Services Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

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Prime Minister of the People's Republic

of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina Wazed

Addresses United Nations

General Debate, 77th Session

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Minister for International Relations and Cooperation of South Africa,

Naledi Pandor

 Addresses United Nations

General Debate, 77th Session

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Minister for Foreign Affairs of the

 Republic of Iceland,

Thórdís Kolbrún Reykfjörd Gylfadóttir

Addresses United Nations

General Debate, 77th Session

"For the sake of Humanity, Ukraine must win!  Russia's aggression must be defeated! And

the crimes perpetrated in its name must

be accounted for and punished! . . .

For the sake of Humanity

this madness MUST STOP!"

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Prime Minister and Minister for

Foreign Affairs and Trade of the Independent State of

Samoa, Fiame Naomi Mataafa

Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

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 His Excellency President of

Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev

Addresses United Nations

General Debate, 77th Session

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His Excellency President of the

 Argentine Republic,

Alberto Fernández

Addresses United Nations

General Debate, 77th Session

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Minister for Foreign Affairs and Worship

of the Republic of Haïti,

Jean Victor Geneus, Addresses

United Nations

General Debate, 77th Session

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President of the Republic of Chile,

Gabriel Boric Font 

Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

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Constitutional President of the Republic

of Ecuador, Guillermo Lasso Mendoza

Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

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Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al-Furhan

Al-Saud, Minister for Foreign Affairs of

the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Addresses United Nations

General Debate, 77th Session

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Minister for External Affairs of the

Republic of India,

Subrahmanyam Jaishankar Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

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Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Arab Republic of Egypt,

Sameh Hassan Shoukry Selim

Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

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His Excellency President of the Government

of Spain, Pedro Sánchez Pérez-Castejón,

Addresses United Nations

General Debate, 77th Session

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His Excellency President of the Republic

of Türkiye, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

Addresses United Nations

General Debate, 77th Session

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His Excellency Head of Government

of The Kingdom of Morocco

Aziz Akhannouch

Addresses United Nations

General Debate, 77th Session

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President of the Republic of the 

Philippines, Ferdinand Romualdez

Marcos Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

" . . . First, is Climate Change:  The time to talk about if and when has long since past - it is here, it is now!

Climate is the greatest threat affecting our nations and peoples. There is no other problem so global in nature that it requires a united effort, one led by the United Nations. The effects of climate change are uneven and reflect an historical injustice:  Those who are least responsible suffer the most.  The Philippines for example is a net carbon sink:  We absorb more carbon than we emit. And yet, we are the fourth most vulnerable country to the effects of climate change.  This injustice must be corrected.  And those who need to do more must act now!"

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President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari Addresses 

UN General Debate, 77th Session

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Prime Minister of Japan,

Kishida Fumio 

Addresses 

UN General Debate, 77th Session

". . . Russia's aggression against Ukraine is

an act that tramples on the vision and

principles of the UN Charter. What

is crucial is for any and all 

countries to be under the

"Rule of Law" - not the rule by force,

which we absolutely cannot allow. . . NOW

is the time to return to the vision and

principles of the UN Charter and

mobilize our strength and wisdom

to ensure an international order

base on "The Rule of Law!"

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Permanent Representative of the

Democratic People's Republic of Korea,

Kim Song Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

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China State Councilor and Minister for

Foreign Affairs, Wang Yi 

Addresses

UN General Debate, 77th Session

" . . . First, we must uphold peace and oppose war. . . Peace is crucial for our future. . .We must address differences by peaceful

means and resolve disputes through

dialogue and consultation . . ."

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His Eminence Cardinal Pietro Parolin

 Secretary of State, Holy See

Addresses United Nations

General Debate, 77th Session

"The members of the Security Council,

most especially the Permanent Members,

hold a crucial responsibility for the

maintenance of peace and order in

the world. When there is no shared vision or

political will for peaceful coexistence, and

the very guardians of peace ignore the

rules they claim to uphold, they

become themselves the

perpetrators of grave injustices."

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Only when the Representatives of nations gathered here are able to place the common good above their own partisan interests, will the legal framework

of the United Nations’ System truly “be the

pledge of a secure and happy future”

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Humanity & Its Life-Sustaining Environment

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Whether in the North, South, East, or West,

the stark realities of "Life upon Humanity's Planetary homeland, Earth" - under the governance of Nations great and small - bears no indications of deceptions and falsehoods in the presence of reality!  

 

"Truthful realities" do not hide "factual evidence" concerning the full spectrum of lawless warring atrocities, situations of horrific human sufferings, violations of human rights,  atrocious injustices, human health degradation, neglected education, human homelessness, climate change culprits and deniers, reckless environmental pollution and a host of numerous harmful - yet festering - issues which constitutes "crimes against humanity:" all of which are crude, systemic adversities hindering and impeding "human development" within the context of "human progress" throughout Earth, humanity's life-sustaining environment.  

 

NOW IS THAT TIME:  there are no excuses; there are no exceptions!  Whether great or small, all nations must recognize, acknowledge & genuinely address long, overdue corrections.  Every "lawful effort with due diligence" toward ensuring a peaceful, sustainable and prosperous existence - within a secured Environment - for the whole of Humanity Around the World regardless of human ethnicities, religious beliefs, cultures [whether male or female] and traditions must commence without delay.

 

The course and work responsibilities progressing forward for all Nations must show forth diligent efforts within the scope and understanding of those "Laws and Human Rights of Humanity" that must be upheld and adhered to at all times throughout every place upon, Earth - Humanity's Planetary Homeland.

NOW is that time:  a time long overdue 

for all of humanity's future

generations

already with us today!

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The Text of all UNGA 77th Session by Country / Date / Speaker can be

read at the following web site:  https://gadebate.un.org/en

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Now! Here's Something Special

for the global community

Young and Old Alike

 Around the World!

Amanda Gorman, poet, activist, and UNICEF Supporter, introduces a climate and

equality poem, "An Ode We Owe" 

at the SDG Moment

during the 77th UN General Assembly. 

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Yes!

The Global Family of Humanity

CAN CARE & TRIUMPH

to make a 

"BETTER WORLD FOR ALL!"

Many Thanks, Amanda Gorman!

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A closer look . . .

What is the UN General Assembly?

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The following definition excerpt is a Courtesy of Wikipedia The Free Encyclopedia

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Keep in mind that there are . . .

The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA or GA; French: Assemblée Générale AG) is one of the six principal organs of the United Nations (UN), the only one in which all member nations have equal representation, and the main deliberative, policy-making and representative organ of the UN. Its powers are to oversee the budget of the UN, appoint the non-permanent members to the Security Council, appoint the Secretary-General of the United Nations, receive reports from other parts of the UN and make recommendations in the form of General Assembly Resolutions.[1] It has also established numerous subsidiary organs.[2]

 

The General Assembly currently meets under its president or secretary-general in annual sessions at the headquarters of the United Nations in New York City, the main part of which lasts from September[3] to December and resumed part from January until all issues are addressed (which often is just before the next session's start). It can also reconvene for special and emergency special sessions. Its composition, functions, powers, voting, and procedures are set out in Chapter IV of the United Nations Charter. The first session was convened on 10 January 1946 in the Methodist Central Hall in London and included representatives of 51 nations.

 

Voting in the General Assembly on certain important questions, namely, recommendations on peace and security, budgetary concerns, and the election, admission, suspension or expulsion of members is by a two-thirds majority of those present and voting.

 

Other questions are decided by a straightforward majority. Each member country has one vote. Apart from approval of budgetary matters, including adoption of a scale of assessment, Assembly resolutions are not binding on the members. The Assembly may make recommendations on any matters within the scope of the UN, except matters of peace and security under Security Council consideration.[4] The one state, one vote power structure potentially allows states comprising just five percent of the world population to pass a resolution by a two-thirds vote.[5]

 

During the 1980s, the Assembly became a forum for the "North-South dialogue": the discussion of issues between industrialized nations and developing countries. These issues came to the fore because of the phenomenal growth and changing makeup of the UN membership. In 1945, the UN had 51 members. It now has 193, of which more than two-thirds are developing countries. Because of their numbers, developing countries are often able to determine the agenda of the Assembly (using coordinating groups like the G77), the character of its debates, and the nature of its decisions. For many developing countries, the UN is the source of much of their diplomatic influence and the principal outlet for their foreign relations initiatives.

 

Although the resolutions passed by the General Assembly do not have the binding forces over the member nations (apart from budgetary measures), pursuant to its Uniting for Peace resolution of November 1950 (resolution 377 (V)), the Assembly may also take action if the Security Council fails to act, owing to the negative vote of a permanent member, in a case where there appears to be a threat to the peace, breach of the peace or act of aggression. The Assembly can consider the matter immediately with a view to making recommendations to Members for collective measures to maintain or restore international peace and security.[4]

 

Read more on the following web page:  http://www.un.org/en/ga/about/background.shtml

 

Remember . . .

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It's YOUR United Nations!

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It's YOUR General Assembly!

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Now is the time to become more

"hands-on" with YOUR

United Nations and

YOUR UN General Assembly!

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IMPORTANT REMINDER:

LET'S ALL DILIGENTLY WORK TOWARDS

ACCOMPLISHING THE SDGs!

In 2015, world leaders agreed to 17 Sustainable Development Goals for a better world by 2030.  The SDGs Agenda is "A Plan of Action!" The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

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The Whole of Humanity Extends

Sincerest Thanks to All

UN Member Heads of State

who are diligently working to secure a healthy, sustainable and equitable

world NOW . . .  and for 

future generations to come.

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EPACHA Foundation’s entire volume of its Phase I web pages:

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