The general debate of the 193-member assembly, which is traditionally a high-profile annual UN event, opened on September 22. However, this year it has been trimmed-down, with world leaders staying away from New York because of the coronavirus pandemic.
They will be contributing set-piece speeches via video link.
According to the list, PM Imran, who last year made his debut at the UN as head of state, is the sixth speaker in the afternoon session.
In his weekly briefing in Islamabad, Foreign Office Spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri said the Prime Minister, in his address, will share Pakistan’s perspective on various regional and international issues.
He said the Prime Minister will once again raise the issue of Jammu and Kashmir dispute.
In his wide-ranging address, the Prime Minister will also share Pakistan’s successful handling of COVID-19, his debt relief initiative for developing countries and Islamophobia.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to speak on September 26, a day after the Pakistani leader’s address.
US President Donald Trump has already addressed the UNGA on the morning of September 22, the opening day of the general debate, which will run through September 29.
The US is traditionally the second speaker in the high-level debate after Brazil.