By Mauricio Ríos García
(Opinion) The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) is not usually the most eagerly anticipated event of the year, nor is it the event where one spends too much time listening to the speeches of overly pompous heads of state or prime ministers who are most likely out of touch with the realities in their own countries.
There are also the meetings of the United Nations General Assembly, which have by no means gone unnoticed, such as that of Chilean President Gabriel Boric, who, after his overwhelmingSubscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed? Login Here