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United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon addresses attendees during the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New YorkReuters

Another 38 state representatives are due to speak at the United Nations' General Debate in New York on 29 September, after an intense opening day saw the diplomatic showdown between US president Barack Obama and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin take the central stage.

Paul Kagame of Rwanda will start the dance in a day dominated by African countries, with 13 speakers from the continent. They will address the 70th session of the General Assembly, the theme of which is: "The United Nations at 70 – a new commitment to action".

The crisis in eastern Ukraine and Russia's perceived neo-imperialism are likely to be high on the agenda, as speakers include Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko and delegates from two of three Baltic States: Estonian president Toomas Hendrik Ilves and Lithuanian leader Dalia Grybauskait.

Italy's Matteo Renzi, Venezuela's socialist president Nicolas Maduro, Japan's hawkish Shinzo Abe, and Thailand's junta leader General Prayut Chan-o-Cha are also to address the audience.

Second last on the podium will be British foreign secretary Philip Hammond, substituting for prime minister David Cameron, who is in New York but will be attending meetings with anti-Islamic State coalition allies and the Turkish government instead.

You can watch all the speeches with a live English translation here:

UN 70th General Assembly second day speakers

1. Rwanda - H.E. Mr. Paul Kagame

President

2. Guyana- H.E. Mr. David Arthur Granger

President

3. Namibia - H.E. Mr. Hage Geingob

President

4. Tadjikistan - H.E. Mr. Emomali Rahmon

President

5. Finland - H.E. Mr. Sauli Niinistö

President

6. Mongolia - H.E. Mr. Elbegdorj Tsakhia

President

7. Romania - H.E. Mr. Klaus Werner Iohannis

President

8. Cameroon - H.E. Mr. Paul Biya

President

9. Colombia - H.E. Mr. Juan Manuel Santos Calderón

President

10. Ukraine - H.E. Mr. Petro Poroshenko

President

11. Swaziland - H.M. Mr. King Mswati III

Head of State

12. Cyprus - H.E. Mr. Nicos Anastasiades

President

13. Sierra Leone - H.E. Mr. Ernest Bai Koroma

President

14. Malawi - H.E. Mr. Arthur Peter Mutharika

President

15. Uruguay - H.E. Mr. Tabaré Vázquez

President

16. European Union

17. Japan - H.E. Mr. Shinzo Abe

Prime Minister

18. Kuwait - H.H. Sheikh Jaber Al Mubarak Al Hamad Al Sabah

Prime Minister

19. Italy - H.E. Mr. Matteo Renzi

Prime Minister

20. United Republic of Tanzania - H.E. Mr. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete

President

21. Armenia - H.E. Mr. Serzh Sargsyan

President

22. Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) - H.E. Mr. Nicolás Maduro Moros

President

23. Liberia - H.E. Mrs. Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf

President

24. Zambia - H.E. Mr. Edgar Chagwa Lungu

President

25. Estonia - H.E. Mr. Toomas Hendrik Ilves

President

26. Dominican Republic - H.E. Mr. Danilo Medina Sánchez

President

27. Lithuania - H.E. Ms. Dalia Grybauskait

President

28. Seychelles - H.E. Mr. James Alix Michel

President

29. Czech Republic - H.E. Mr. Miloš Zeman

President

30. Mauritania - H.E. Mr. Ould Abdel Aziz

President

31. Yemen - H.E. Mr. Abdrabuh Mansour Hadi Mansour

President

32. Gambia - H.E. Mr. Aja Isatou Njie-Saidy

Vice-President

33. Thailand - H.E. Mr. General Prayut Chan-o-Cha

Prime Minister

34. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - H.E. Mr. Ralph Gonsalves

Prime Minister

35. Tunisia - H.E. Mr. Habib Essid

Head of Government

36. Tonga - H.E. Mr. Samuela 'Akilisi Pohiva

Prime Minister

37. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - H.E. Mr. Philip Hammond

Foreign Secretary

38. Australia