The General Assembly of the United Nations is preparing to hold its meeting this year, amid the escalating crises in the world and complex files, which will dominate the speeches and discussions of the participants either during official sessions or during their side meetings.
One of the most prominent issues likely to prevail during these meetings is the current tension in the Gulf region, where the escalation between Saudi Arabia and the United States on the one hand and Iran on the other.
Tensions with Iran: Trump and Rouhani's speeches and ambiguity about their meeting
Everyone has already begun to observe the statements and actions of US President Donald Trump and his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani in order to try to extrapolate the next atmosphere during the meetings.
The beginning will most likely be from the US president through his speech on Tuesday to the UN General Assembly, which will affirm that his country's positions on world crises, which are expected to focus on escalation with Iran and recent events.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani will deliver a speech on the 25th of this month in which he will present an initiative to ensure security in the Gulf region.
The Iranian-American statements witnessed varying tone between the threat, dialogue and negotiation, and despite talk that there will be a meeting between the two presidents on the sidelines of these meetings, but these statements may be surprising.
Syria …Erdogan looking for a deal with Trump in the absence of Putin
As for the Syrian situation, US President Donald Trump and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will meet on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly. They likely to discuss the Syrian file.
During his meeting with Trump, Erdogan will look for a new deal, where he returned to launch threats to launch attacks on northern and eastern Syria despite the agreement on a "security mechanism" with Washington, in conjunction with saying that he would discuss with his US counterpart Donald Trump the purchase of the Patriot missile defense system, he pointed out that the relationship with Trump can help to overcome the crisis that resulted from Ankara's purchase of Russian missile defense system S-400.
Observers point out that Erdogan will try to lure Trump by buying US Patriot missiles in exchange for a US green light to launch attacks on northern and eastern Syria. Erdogan will also strive to persuade the US administration to implement his plan for demographic change in northern and eastern Syria by allowing him to transfer Syrian refugees to the region.
This comes in the absence of Russian President Vladimir Putin from the meetings of the United Nations General Assembly, where Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov will head his country's delegation.
On the sidelines of the summit, the foreign ministers of the "small group" of Syria, which includes the US, Britain, France, Germany, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Egypt, are expected to meet.