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The General Assembly, the main deliberative organ of the UN, is comprised of 193 Member States of the United Nations and provides a forum for multilateral discussion of the full range of international issues covered by the Organization’s charter.

During the 70th session of the UN General Assembly, member states of the Organization deliberate and make crucial decisions for the global agenda. In other words, every year, in September, the world meets in New York to discuss the most complex, pressing problems faced by mankind.