List of all 155 countries and territories requesting to speak during the virtual 73rd World Health Assembly Updated for 2021

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Updated: March 2, 2021

The Seventy-third World Health Assembly will open on Monday, 18 May 2020 at 12:00. The working hours of the Health Assembly are from 12:00 to 15:00, 16:30 to 19:30 and from 21:00 to 24:00 (CEST).

The Health Assembly will close no later than Tuesday, 19 May 2020, as decided by the Executive Board through a written silence procedure.

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Speakers list of Member States requesting to make a statement during the virtual Seventy-third World Health Assembly

#DateMember State
12020-02-24 20:56Côte d’Ivoire
22020-04-23 07:42Singapore
32020-04-23 08:48Denmark
42020-04-23 12:07United Kingdom
52020-04-27 19:40Argentina
62020-04-28 10:36Philippines
72020-05-04 13:27Belgium
82020-05-05 06:14Kenya
92020-05-05 10:45France
102020-05-06 19:37South Africa
112020-05-06 19:38Algeria
122020-05-06 19:38Poland
132020-05-06 19:41Botswana
142020-05-06 19:41Zimbabwe
152020-05-06 19:42Germany
162020-05-06 19:45Fiji
172020-05-06 19:49Malta
182020-05-06 19:52Thailand
192020-05-06 19:52Colombia
202020-05-06 19:55Australia
212020-05-06 19:55Indonesia
222020-05-06 19:58Bhutan
232020-05-06 19:58India
242020-05-06 20:05Iran (Islamic Republic of)
252020-05-06 20:13Croatia
262020-05-06 20:28Norway
272020-05-06 20:37Sri Lanka
282020-05-06 20:41Israel
292020-05-06 21:02Barbados
302020-05-06 21:03Georgia
312020-05-06 21:18Turkey
322020-05-06 21:21Ghana
332020-05-06 21:55Bangladesh
342020-05-06 21:58Chile
352020-05-06 22:18Malaysia
362020-05-06 22:25Saudi Arabia
372020-05-06 22:55Jordan
382020-05-06 23:44China
392020-05-07 09:29Lebanon
402020-05-07 10:29Sweden
412020-05-07 11:12Republic of Korea
422020-05-07 12:21Italy
432020-05-07 12:30Myanmar
442020-05-07 12:57Tunisia
452020-05-07 12:58Russian Federation
462020-05-07 13:52Bahrain
472020-05-07 13:52Kyrgyzstan
482020-05-07 14:38Azerbaijan
492020-05-07 15:04Syrian Arab Republic
502020-05-07 15:22Uganda
512020-05-07 15:55Mozambique
522020-05-07 17:48Djibouti
532020-05-08 06:13Japan
542020-05-08 09:30Luxembourg
552020-05-08 10:19Niger
562020-05-08 12:10Paraguay
572020-05-08 12:11Portugal
582020-05-08 13:41Armenia
592020-05-08 15:07Mali
602020-05-08 15:13Iceland
612020-05-08 15:46Lithuania
622020-05-08 16:05Latvia
632020-05-08 16:23Nauru
642020-05-08 16:37Romania
652020-05-08 19:07New Zealand
662020-05-09 07:25Kazakhstan
672020-05-10 18:15Cyprus
682020-05-11 11:54Brunei Darussalam
692020-05-11 13:13Qatar
702020-05-11 13:59Gabon
712020-05-11 17:16Ireland
722020-05-12 13:31Estonia
732020-05-12 16:57Belarus
742020-05-12 18:36Angola
752020-05-13 08:45Lao People’s Democratic Republic
762020-05-13 10:41Albania
772020-05-13 13:15Slovenia
782020-05-13 13:25Turkmenistan
792020-05-13 13:40Slovakia
802020-05-13 13:53Austria
812020-05-13 14:33Timor-Leste
822020-05-13 16:29Egypt
832020-05-13 17:01Sierra Leone
842020-05-13 17:09United Arab Emirates
852020-05-13 17:57Senegal
862020-05-13 18:47Spain
872020-05-13 19:16Viet Nam
882020-05-14 11:10Cook Islands
892020-05-14 11:30Marshall Islands
902020-05-14 14:06Bosnia and Herzegovina
912020-05-14 14:47Cambodia
922020-05-14 15:16Uruguay
932020-05-14 16:20Nepal
942020-05-14 17:38Guyana
952020-05-14 22:32Afghanistan
962020-05-14 22:43Iraq
972020-05-15 11:30San Marino
982020-05-15 12:35Palau
992020-05-15 15:43Namibia
1002020-05-15 18:11Mauritius
1012020-05-15 18:43Cabo Verde
1022020-05-16 11:15Netherlands
1032020-05-16 11:28Belize
1042020-05-16 13:46Saint Lucia
1052020-05-16 15:12Sudan
1062020-05-16 20:19Antigua and Barbuda
1072020-05-17 23:02Bahamas
1082020-05-18 08:59Papua New Guinea
1092020-05-18 09:35Tuvalu

Session 16:30 – 19:30

#DateMember State
12020-02-19 13:35Mexico
22020-04-24 11:38Canada
32020-04-26 11:01Nigeria
42020-04-28 11:01United States of America
52020-04-28 17:04Honduras
62020-04-30 10:54Zambia
72020-05-01 13:42Cuba
82020-05-05 10:16Brazil
92020-05-06 19:46Peru
102020-05-06 19:57Panama
112020-05-06 20:11Costa Rica
122020-05-06 21:55Burkina Faso
132020-05-07 10:31El Salvador
142020-05-07 16:46Czech Republic
152020-05-08 14:40Ethiopia
162020-05-08 16:11Morocco
172020-05-08 17:01Montenegro
182020-05-10 18:16Finland
192020-05-11 08:38Pakistan
202020-05-11 09:09Togo
212020-05-11 10:28Haiti
222020-05-11 11:24Maldives
232020-05-12 23:58Nicaragua
242020-05-13 10:45Hungary
252020-05-13 16:38Mauritania
262020-05-13 17:43Greece
272020-05-13 19:09Jamaica
282020-05-14 01:03Guatemala
292020-05-15 16:17Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
302020-05-15 17:53Saint Kitts and Nevis
312020-05-17 20:47Benin
322020-05-18 08:52Libya
332020-05-18 09:33Mongolia

Session 21:00 – 24.00

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#DateMember State
12020-05-06 20:11Ecuador
22020-05-06 21:11Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)
32020-05-15 13:29Dominican Republic
42020-05-16 12:51Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
52020-05-17 22:20Tonga
62020-05-18 09:29Comoros
72020-05-18 09:31Dominica
82020-05-18 09:31Eswatini
92020-05-18 09:32Kiribati
102020-05-18 09:32Malawi
112020-05-18 09:34Niue
122020-05-18 09:35Solomon Islands
132020-05-18 09:36Vanuatu
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