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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced he will address the United Nations General Assembly next month in New York.
The Prime Minister’s Office said the Sept. 30 speech would focus on Iran. This will be the third year in a row that Netanyahu will address the United Nations.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani is also expected to address the world body.
In last year’s U.N. speech, Netanyahu presented a cartoonish-looking picture of a bomb with a thick red line that he said delineated the point in Iran’s nuclear development process beyond which it must not be allowed to proceed.
Netanyahu’s 2011 address focused on peace talks with the Palestinians. He urged UN member states not to support the Palestinian Authority’s bid to be recognized as a non-member observer state. The Palestinian motion for a status upgrade passed anyway.
In New York, Netanyahu is expected to meet with a number of world leaders on the sidelines of the General Assembly. While a meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama is possible, nothing has been finalized.
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