General discussions within the framework of the General Assembly will be held from September 21 to 27.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will hold talks with American President Joe Biden during his four-day trip to the United States to attend the session of the UN General Assembly, which opens in New York on September 14. General discussions within the framework of the General Assembly will be held from September 21 to 27. This was reported on Monday by The Times newspaper.
Government sources of the publication indicated that the British prime minister intends to use his visit to reset relations between the United Kingdom and the United States, which have experienced a difficult period in connection with Biden’s decision to withdraw troops from Afghanistan and the subsequent chaotic evacuation from Kabul.
The purpose of the meeting of the leaders of the two countries is also to prepare for the UN Conference on Climate Change, which will be held in Glasgow from November 1 to 12. The Times notes that, despite the U.S. intention to contribute $100 billion to the international climate change fund, London fears that this amount will not be enough to help developing countries reduce carbon emissions into the atmosphere.
Along with Johnson, the heads of key departments of the country, namely the Minister of Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Dominic Raab, the Minister of the Interior Priti Patel, and the Minister of Finance Rishi Sunak, will also go to the United States.