It's day one of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, and some world leaders are gathering in person despite a letter from the US encouraging member states to call in virtually, like they did last year.
More than 100 heads of state and government coming in person, including UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Biden.
Like all UN events, schedule changes are ongoing, but here are the countries slated to address the assembly today:
- United States
- Democratic Republic of Congo
- Republic of Korea
- El Salvador
- Costa Ricca