The 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, with the assistance of the President of the Republic, SE Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, among other heads of state.
The first to take the floor was the new Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, followed by the chairman of this working session, Miroslav Lajcak, who agreed to highlight the importance of this meeting.
According to the official program of the general meeting, the Brazilian president was the first to intervene. The President of the United States, who has been inaugurated in this call, also had words of gratitude to the United Nations Security Council, for the unanimous vote issued for the DPRK to cease its military hostilities. Likewise, Donald Trump has criticized the governments of Iran and Venezuela and described them as corrupt.
The anecdote of this ceremony has been carried out by Trump, in exceeding the time established for each intervention.
About one hundred heads of state have gathered at United Nations headquarters, from European, American, Asian and African nations. Among the delegations present the delegation of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea led by the presidential couple, SE Obiang Nguema Mbasogo and Constancia Mangue de Obiang.
Security, terrorism, migration and recent and long-term conflicts are some of the issues that will be addressed in the coming days, during the participation of the heads and leaders.
The fight and mitigation of climate change and the Development Agenda 2030, which this year two years after its adoption, are other issues to be addressed.
Among the events to be held are the signing ceremony of the Nuclear Weapons Prohibition Treaty and two high-level meetings on South Sudan and Yemen.
With regard to nuclear weapons, President SE Obiang Nguema Mbasogo noted the need to eliminate it to ensure world peace during the Japan-Africa meeting on Security Council reform.
The priority of this 72nd session is to foster an understanding of the critical role of multilateralism in our modern world and to serve global needs.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea