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UN General Debate, Day 3

The third day of speeches at the United Nations General Assembly kicks off this morning.   Highlights include, Robert Mugabe, Mahmoud Abbas, and the Central African Republic’s new military leader Michel Djotodia.

26 September 2013

Morning Session

  • 1.
    Guyana

    H.E. Mr. Donald Rabindranauth Ramotar

    President
  • 2.
    Namibia

    H.E. Mr. Hifikepunye Pohamba

    President
  • 3.
    Cyprus

    H.E. Mr. Nicos Anastasiades

    President
  • 4.
    Ghana

    H.E. Mr. John Dramani Mahama

    President
  • 5.
    Mongolia

    H.E. Mr. Elbegdorj Tsakhia

    President
  • 6.
    Slovenia

    H.E. Mr. Borut Pahor

    President
  • 7.
    Tunisia

    H.E. Mr. Mohamed Moncef Marzouki

    President
  • 8.
    Lithuania

    H.E. Mrs. Dalia Grybauskaitė

    President
  • 9.
    Nauru

    H.E. Mr. Baron Divavesi Waqa

    President
  • 10.
    Zimbabwe

    H.E. Mr. Robert Mugabe

    President
  • 11.
    Guatemala

    H.E. Mr. Otto Fernando Pérez Molina

    President
  • 12.
    Palestine (State of)

    H.E. Mr. Mahmoud Abbas

    President
  • 13.
    Malta

    H.E. Mr. Joseph Muscat

    Prime Minister
  • 14.
    Japan

    H.E. Mr. Shinzo Abe

    Prime Minister
  • 15.
    Croatia

    H.E. Mr. Ivo Josipović

    President
  • 16.
    Marshall Islands (The)

    H.E. Mr. Christopher Loeak

    President
  • 17.
    Equatorial Guinea

    H.E. Mr. Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo

    President
  • 18.
    Somalia

    H.E. Mr. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud

    President
  • 19.
    Central African Republic (The)

    H.E. Mr. Michel Djotodia

    President
  • 20.
    Guinea-Bissau

    H.E. Mr. Manuel Serifo Nhamadjo (Interim President)

  • 21.
    South Sudan (The Republic of)

    H.E. Mr. James Wani Igga

    Vice-President
  • 22.
    New Zealand

    H.E. Mr. John Key

    Prime Minister
  • 23.
    Republic of Moldova (The)

    H.E. Mr. Iurie Leancă

    Prime Minister
  • 24.
    Lesotho

    H.E. Mr. Thomas Motsoahae Thabane

    Prime Minister
  • 25.
    Belgium

    H.E. Mr. Elio Di Rupo

    Prime Minister
  • 26.
    Haiti

    H.E. Mr. Laurent Salvador Lamothe

    Prime Minister
  • 27.
    Algeria

    H.E. Mr. Ramtane Lamamra

    Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • 28.
    Sierra Leone

    H.E. Mr. Samura Kamara

    Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • 29.
    Burundi

    H.E. Mr. Laurent Kavakure

    Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • 30.
    Mexico

    H.E. Mr. José Antonio Meade Kuribreña

    Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • 31.
    Benin

    H.E. Mr. Nassirou Bako Arifari

    Minister of Foreign Affairs

 


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