IVANOV IN NEW YORK FOR GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov is heading for New York on Tuesday to attend the 64th annual session of the United Nations General Assembly.
President Ivanov will make an address to the UN General Assembly on Friday. Macedonian president will take part in a special session on climate change, the main climate-related event that takes place before the opening of the General Assembly proper. Macedonian president also will attend a meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative.
During the stay in New York, Ivanov is expected to meet with the UN mediator in the name row between Macedonia and Greece, Matthew Nimitz.
On the sidelines of the round-table sessions, President Ivanov will meet with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and NATO Secretary General Anders Fog Rasmussen.
Heads of state and government and senior officials from 192 countries will gather in New York for the 64th session of the UN General Assembly to discuss climate change, economic growth and sustainable development, development of Africa, and fight against terrorism and organized crime.