President Obama is set to speak at the United Nations headquarters in New York regarding the future of Libya. The president is attending a multilateral meeting at the UN dealing with the war ravage country. According to the Los Angeles Times, Obama will tout his policies' success in the country:
In what is emerging as a important theme of his foreign policy, Obama is laying out broad goals regarding democracy, openness, and respect for human rights, and calling for pledges from the international community that they will support progress in word, deed and financial aid.
Libya is a lesson in what the international community can achieve "when we stand together as one," Obama says in an advance copy of his prepared remarks before a meeting with world leaders this morning.
Here's a live feed to the speech. He was scheduled to begin speaking at 10:30 a.m. ET:
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