President of the UN General Assembly met with Advisers of Indigenous Process
The President of the General Assembly, H.E. Peter Thomson, met today with Advisers he has appointed to assist him in conducting consultation on possible ways to enable the participation of indigenous peoples at United Nations. The President thanked the Advisers for accepting his invitation and expressed his full support to them. They discussed the challenges of the process and exchanged views on the way forward.
Three of the four Advisers attended the meeting: H.E. Kai Sauers, Permanent Representative of Finland; H.E. Martha Pobee, Permanent Representative of Ghana, and Professor James Anaya from North America region.