President Lenin Moreno is already in New York (United States) to participate in the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN).
According to the scheduled agenda, this Monday, September 24, will offer a speech at the Peace Summit: Nelson Mandela. After that, there will be a bilateral meeting with the president of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel.
Presidente @Lenin Moreno emprende su viaje hacia Estados Unidos, donde asistirá a la Asamblea General de la @ONU_es. Además tiene previsto participar en diversos foros, reuniones y entrevistas. #EcuadorVisitaEEUU🇪🇨🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/18ziHBtBCf— Presidencia ECU (@Presidencia_Ec) September 23, 2018
Then he will attend the reception offered by President Donald Trump, on the occasion of the 73rd General Assembly of the UN. Following his agenda, on Tuesday, September 25, he will attend a welcome meeting with the heads of State, by the UN Secretary General.
Then he will attend the opening of the General Debate of the 73rd Period of Sessions. The official theme of 2018 is “to make the United Nations relevant to all people: global leadership and shared responsibilities for peaceful, equitable and sustainable societies”.
Lenin Moreno will be the third speaker among the dignitaries who will participate in the opening day of the debate and will present to the international community and the member states of the organization, the points of view and approaches on the current situation of international relations.
Later he will hold a bilateral meeting with the president of Colombia, Iván Duque and then with his Peruvian counterpart Martín Vizacarra. It also includes a meeting with the UN Secretary General, António Guterres.
On Wednesday 26, he will offer a speech at the Bloomberg Global – Business Forum. Afterwards, a meeting with the president of the World Bank, Jim Yong Kim. Closing the agenda, on Friday the 28th, the Head of the Nation will maintain several activities, including a visit to the campus and library of Harvard University, a conference at the Forum of the Harvard School of Government, among other events. (I)