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Washington, DC – Tomorrow, September 23, the President and the First Lady will travel to New York City for the 69th Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). In the afternoon, the President will deliver remarks at the Climate Summit 2014. Afterward, the President will deliver remarks at the Clinton Global Initiative 2014 Annual Meeting. In the evening, the President will attend a DSCC event. Afterward, the President and First Lady will attend a reception for visiting Heads of State and Government. The President and First Lady will remain overnight in New York City.

On Wednesday, September 24, the President will address the United Nations General Assembly. The First Lady will also attend. In the afternoon, the President will meet with Sam Kutesa, President of the United Nations General Assembly. Afterward, the President will attend a luncheon hosted by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. Later in the afternoon, the President will chair a United Nations Security Council summit on foreign terrorist fighters. Afterward, the President will attend a meeting of the Open Government Partnership. The President and First Lady will remain overnight in New York City.

On Wednesday, the First Lady will deliver the special keynote address at the UN’s Global Education First Initiative’s (GEFI) high-level event at the UN Headquarters. The UN Secretary-General launched this Initiative in September 2012, with the UN Special Envoy Gordon Brown and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). GEFI aims to accelerate progress towards quality education for all children and young people. With the 2015 deadline for the Millennium Development Goals approaching and discussions on the next set of development goals underway, this event is an important opportunity for leaders around the world to advocate their ambitious vision for quality education for all. The event will feature a conversation among world leaders, highlighting why quality education should be at the heart of the world we want.

On Thursday, September 25, the President will deliver remarks at a United Nations meeting on the Ebola epidemic.  In the afternoon, the President and First Lady will return to the White House.

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