UNGA Day 5: World leaders take part in morning session

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World leaders are participating in the morning session of the 75th Session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA 75) held in New York City and remotely via video link. PROVISIONAL List of Speakers: India (Head of Government), Mauritius (HG), Andorra (HG), United Kingdom (HG), Bangladesh (HG), Fiji (HG), Malaysia (HG), Cambodia (HG), Norway (HG), Grenada (HG), Solomon Islands (HG), Jamaica (HG), Samoa (HG), Lesotho (HG), Sweden (HG), Tonga (HG), Saint Vincent and The Grenadines (HG), Lao People’s Democratic Republic (HG), Belgium (HG)

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