Vladimir Dobrovolsky. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will not attend the UN General Assembly in new York, the EC delegation will be headed by 1st Vice-President Frans Timmermans, said the official representative of the EC, Margaritis Schinas.
"The Commission will present 1st Vice-President Frans Timmermans, who will lead the delegation on behalf of the Chapter (Jean-Claude) Juncker," said Chinas correspondents on the first day of the week.
He said that the delegation will include the Head of European diplomacy Federica Mogherini, Vice-President of the Commission on budget, Kristalina Georgieva, European Commissioner for the challenges of the digital economy and information society, g?nther Oettinger, the European Commissioner for neighbourhood policy and enlargement negotiations Johannes Hahn, European Commissioner for international cooperation and development Neven Mimica, the European Commissioner for energy Miguel arias Ca?ete, the European Commissioner for migration, home Affairs and citizenship Dimitris Avramopoulos and EU Commissioner for humanitarian aid and crisis management stylianidis Christ.
Shines't say why Juncker himself will not participate in the meetings of the UN General Assembly.
"One of the significant advantages of the present membership of this political (Euro)commissions-post of Executive Vice-presidents the Vice presidents is more than just an expansion of the state. They perform important tasks in place. In this context, the head (Junker) I am very pleased that Frans Timmermans will be there and the Commission, " said Commissioner of the EC.
Seventieth Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations opened in new York (USA) fifteen September. Session of the high level of the General Assembly (of heads of state and government and the foreign Minister) will be held from September 28 to October 3, and October 5-6. According to the UN published a preliminary list of speakers for the General policy debate at the level of heads of the countries will be represented Russia, USA, China, Brazil, Ukraine, Yemen, Iran, Libya, Palestine, Israel, the Netherlands, France, Kazakhstan, Afghanistan, Egypt, Belarus, Latvia, Serbia, Cuba.