President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko announced the inclusion of the topic on the situation in temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine in the agenda of the United Nations General Assembly. The head of the Ukrainian state wrote this on his Facebook page.
"In pursuance of my mandate, work to include a new article The Situation in the Temporarily Occupied Territories of Ukraine in the agenda of the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly was successfully carried out," wrote the President.
According to Poroshenko, this will allow to convey to the world the truth about the tragic consequences of the occupation of Crimea and the ongoing aggression in Donbas through a flurry of misinformation.
It should be noted that the opening of the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly was held on September 18.
The annual general debate will begin on 25 September and will last until 1 October. Traditionally, they are opened by Brazil, followed by the United States as the country in which territory the UN headquarters is located.
On the first day, September 25, after President Donald Trump, the presidents of Turkey, Mexico, France, Iran and Kyrgyzstan will also address the delegates of the General Assembly.
The speech of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko is scheduled for the second half of the day on September 26.