HONE SIAME, Lusaka
PRESIDENT Lungu today joins world leaders and dignitaries from 193 countries at the 72nd Session of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly in New York, United States, as they seek solutions to pressing global challenges affecting the people.
The head of State, an ardent advocate of peace, is tomorrow expected to give Zambia’s national statement and perspective on global problems such as poverty, hunger, climate change and conflict.
President Lungu and other leaders will be meeting for the first time under new UN General Secretary Antonio Cuterres who replaced Ban ki-Moon in January this year.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs permanent secretary Chalwe Lombe says a tight schedule awaits President Lungu at this READ MORE