The approaching U.N. General Assembly President, Volkan Bozkir, said that the meeting will zero in on the topic of multilateralism, and that in-person gatherings will gather, with wellbeing safeguards, however much as could be expected. Bozkir additionally recorded audit of the U.N. Worldwide Counter-Terrorism Strategy, recognition of different commemorations, and conversations of Security Council change as needs for his term.
On September 14, the day preceding Volkan Bozkir takes over as President of the General Assembly, Inner City Press kept in touch with his representative Brenden Varma “to demand the password(s) to get to and pose an inquiry at the September 15 public interview.”
Varma answered, “This will be my first hybrid public interview, and I don’t know how virtual access functions. If it’s not too much trouble catch up with MALU.” MALU is Media Accreditation and Liaison Unit and run by run Melissa Fleming, has not replied.
According to Inner City Press messaged Varma this inquiry: Why is there NO CONTENT on the PGA’s “Morals and Transparency” page,
Presently while rejecting all of Inner City Press’ composed inquiries regarding it while entertaining Al Jazeera’s inquiries, it develops that Bozkir took $500,000 from Qatar – for what? – It is still unknown who works for him and who is funding them…
On past event Prosecutors blamed Ng for offering more than $1 million in incentives to John Ashe, a previous U.N. General Assembly president and PGA Kutesa organized pay-offs from CEFC China Energy.Is this the reason Bozkir is hiding campaign spend down? Who are the staff members? Who is paying each one?
Accordingly, Brenden Varma, “spokesman” of PGA, hindered Inner City Press on Twitter.
As of September 17, with Bozkir Varma as yet declining to give the most essential data that was the solitary change after twice give debasement of their office, Inner City Press noted Varma naming as staff members ambassadors from Jamaica and Georgia – and STILL his online “group” was vacant. Thus, they are Toni-Shae Freckleton, and Inga Kanchaveli, “Advocate. Lasting Mission of Georgia to the UN.” But the rundown actually remains empty.The crusade financing information is as yet absent.