The president of the United States, Joe Biden, will deliver his first speech before the United Nations General Assembly on September 21 in New York, as reported by the White House on Monday.
Specifically, Biden’s speech will take place within the framework of the 76th UN General Assembly that will be held in person after last year it was held virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Biden is planning a one-day trip for the speech, according to the White House, thus reducing what is usually a visit of several days that includes in-person meetings with world leaders, reports the Bloomberg agency.
The tenant of the White House continues his effort to re-engage with the international community, a task that has been set since the beginning of his Administration, which has tried to reverse the focus of former President Donald Trump, who moved away from the groups. multilateral organizations and withdrew from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the UN Human Rights Council. The United States has rejoined both agencies since Biden took office.