Thursday 27th September, 2018-Prime Minister Gaston Browne will address the 73rd Session of the United Nations General Assembly in less than 24 hours in New York.
Last year, at the UN, the head of government had used the opportunity to appeal to the international community for assistance for Barbuda, since Hurricane Irma had ravaged the sister isle just weeks before the international gathering.
More than a year after Irma, Government’s Chief of Staff, Ambassador Lionel ‘Max’ Hurst was asked what will be featured foremost in the prime minister’s address.
The long running Internet Gaming Dispute with the United States is also expected to highlighted by the Prime Minister Browne.
Prime Minister Browne is expected to take the podium sometime around 5pm on Friday.