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Bibi to Speak at UN

PM Netanyahu speaking at United Nations (Photo: Kobi Gideon/GPO)

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has spoken at the United Nations General Assembly several times during his career. And next month, Israel Hayom's Shlomo Cesana reports, the Israeli premier will speak there on the same day as his American and French counterparts:

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is scheduled to speak before the United Nations General Assembly on Sept. 19, Israel Hayom learned Sunday.

Netanyahu, who has spoken at the annual gathering of world leaders several times, will speak on the same day as U.S. President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron, and it is likely that Netanyahu will meet with both.

Netanyahu will arrive in New York after visiting Latin America, stopping in Argentina, Mexico and Colombia. The Prime Minister's Office has not officially released information on Netanyahu's travels in September.

This Wednesday, Netanyahu plans to visit Russia, where he is expected to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin. Next week, United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres is expected to visit Israel for the first time since being appointed to the job. At both meetings, Netanyahu is expected to express Israel's concern over Iran's increased presence in Syria...

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