Papua New Guinea Prime Minister and Minister for Bougainville Affairs, addresses the general debate of the 76th Session of the General Assembly of the UN (New York, 21-27 September 2021). Watch his Full Address below.
PAPUA NEW GUINEA PRIME MINISTER ADDRESSES GENERAL DEBATE, 76TH SESSION
James Marape, Prime Minister and Minister for Bougainville Affairs of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea, addresses the general debate of the 76th Session of the General Assembly of the UN (New York, 21-27 September 2021).
BY ALFRED ALUAGO KAIABE, 26 Sept. 2021.
Prime Minister James Marape,
Your September 2021 speech to the United National General Assembly, is the category of speech, only a few can present, and more so, when it is presented before the Assembly of World Leaders, of the World Government.
Though this is clearly an unwritten speech, this is speech flow, that for many, including world leaders, would be read from a written version.
You have succinctly advocated your country well, so we’ll, that as I am observing you from where I am, you are speaking as if you have stood on that podium before.
Your gesture and your dimeanour speaks its own vocabulary of a man, who not only is full of vision and of hope, but who also knows how and when to get to your destined vision for your nation.
Your body is permeated with confidence. Even the air around you commend you. I am sure you have captured the hearts of the audience of world leaders.
I am sure many have spoken well of your speech, of your associated flow of peace in and during the presentation, and of course, of Papua New Guinea.
Only Prime Minister materials can deliver this category of speech. You did us proud.
Alfred Kaiabe LLB ML
Komo Margarima Open.