Pakistani PM Imran Khan made a unique record at the UN General Assembly 2019: Report
NEW DELHI - Pakistani PM Imran Khan made a unique record at the UN General Assembly with the longest speech of UNGA 2019 session.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's maiden speech at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York in September went on for 50 minutes exceeding the 15-20 minute time limit which a world leader is given to address the global body.
While Imran's speech was the longest, Rwanda President Paul Kagame delivered the shortest speech as he spoke for just seven minutes.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi too delivered his maiden speech at the UNGA after coming to power for the second time. He spoke for 16 minutes.