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The World

The president of the U.N. General Assembly, Paul Lusaka of Zambia, proposed turning the annual assembly sessions into a “summit of summits,” attended by heads of state or government. Lusaka, speaking at a special meeting of nine former assembly presidents as part of the United Nations’ 40th anniversary celebrations, said that “summit meetings would give (world leaders) an occasion to listen to one another; to know one another better, and to work together in many ways . . . “


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