By Michael Oleaga / m.oleaga@latinospost.com (staff@latinospost.com) | First Posted: Sep 26, 2012 07:14 AM EDT

Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad speaks during the high-level meeting of the General Assembly on the Rule of Law at the United Nations headquarters in New York September 24, 2012. (Photo : Reuters)

UPDATE (Sept. 26, 2 p.m. ET): For the recap, transcript, and video of Ahmadinejad's speech, click here, or Morsi's transcript and video, click here.

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It is day two of the General Debate at the 67th session of the General Assembly (GA) in the United Nations (UN), and with 37 countries set to speak, most of the attention will be on Iran and Egypt.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been known to speak his mind during the General Assembly. He has previously said the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks were "an inside job" and stood behind his country's efforts of nuclear energy.

This will be the second time Ahmadinejad will speak in the General Assembly Hall this week. He previously spoke on Monday once again talking about nuclear energy and events happening in the Middle East region.

According to the AP, Ahmadinejad refused to speak of Israel by name and instead referred to "Zionists."

"Fundamentally, we do not take seriously threats of the Zionists," Ahmadinejad said. "We believe the Zionists see themselves at a dead end and they want to find an adventure to get out of this dead end. While we are fully ready to defend ourselves, we do not take these threats seriously."

He added that he is open for a dialogue with the United States regarding its nuclear program.

Egypt's newly elected President Mohammed Morsi will make his first trip to the UN as the country's first democratically elected leader since the former leader Hozni Mubarak was toppled.

According to Egypt Independent, Morsi will discuss the country's developments, the situation in Syria, and the peace process in the Middle East.

Morsi is expected to meet with other world leaders such as the United Kingdom's Prime Minister David Cameron, French President Francois Hollande, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, but not US President Barack Obama. The US President will not be meeting with any world leaders this time, unlike last year.

UN General Assembly General Debate Schedule (Sept. 26 to Oct. 1):

Wed., Sept. 26:

9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

1. Yemen

2. Liberia

3. Zambia

4. Luxembourg

5. Ukraine

6. Ghana

7. Islamic Republic of Iran

8. Kenya

9. Poland

10. Egypt

11. Mexico

12. United Kingdom

13. Japan

14. European Union

15. Kuwait

16. Italy

17. Turkey

18. Australia

3 p.m. to 9 p.m.

1. Colombia

2. Swaziland

3. Guatemala

4. Madagascar

5. Central African Republic

6. Estonia

7. Malawi

8. Kiribati

9. Zimbabwe

10. Haiti

11. Republic of Moldova

12. Niger

13. Latvia

14. Togo

15. Bolivia

16. Gambia

17. Antigua and Barbuda

18. Belgium

19. Mali

Thurs., Sept. 27

9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

1. Bosnia and Herzegovina

2. Cameroon

3. Mongolia

4. Tunisia

5. Myanmar

6. Guyana

7. The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

8. Cape Verde

9. Equatorial Guinea

10. Comoros

11. Brunei Darussalam

12. Jamaica

13. Palestine

14. Slovenia

15. Israel

16. Lesotho

3 p.m. to 9 p.m.

1. Micronesia

2. Maldives

3. Paraguay

4. Albania

5. South Sudan

6. Libya

7. Burundi

8. Seychelles

9. Iraq

10. Lebanon

11. Bangladesh

12. Thailand

13. Solomon Islands

14. Kyrgyzstan

15. Somalia

16. Turkmenistan

17. Greece

18. China

19. Cote D'Ivoire

20. Norway

21. Bahrain

22. Guinea

23. Peru

Fri., Sept. 28:

10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

1. Malta

2. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

3. Saint Lucia

4. Bhutan

5. Tonga

6. San Marino

7. Samoa

8. Saint Kitts and Nevis

9. Vanuatu

10. Nepal

11. Germany

12. Netherlands

13. Chile

14. Algeria

15. United Republic of Tanzania

16. Burkina Faso

3 p.m. to 9 p.m.

1. Croatia

2. Fiji

3. Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

4. Andorra

5. Guinea Bissau

6. Sao Tome and Principe

7. Morocco

8. Ethiopia

9. Ireland

10. Lao People's Democratic Republic

11. Austria

12. Papua New Guinea

13. Russian Federation

14. Republic of Korea

15. Saudi Arabia

16. Sweden

17. United Arab Emirates

18. Monaco

19. Uzbekistan

20. Azerbaijan

Sat., Sept. 29:

9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

1. Romania

2. Montenegro

3. Iceland

4. Kazakhstan

5. Cambodia

6. Tajikistan

7. Denmark

8. Mozambique

9. Portugal

10. New Zealand

11. Bahamas

12. Liechtenstein

13. Uruguay

14. Tuvalu

15. Angola

16. Singapore

17. Chad

18. Mauritania

19. Malaysia

20. Sudan

Mon., Oct. 1:

10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

1. Canada

2. Armenia

3. Oman

4. Cuba

5. India

6. Djibouti

7. Syrian Arab Republic

8. Barbados

9. Eritrea

10. Sri Lanka

11. Congo

12. Mauritius

13. Costa Rica

3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

1. Philippines

2. Belize

3. Belarus

4. Botswana

5. Nicaragua

6. Suriname

7. Sierra Leone

8. Trinidad and Tobago

9. Dominica

10. Holy See

11. Democratic People's Republic of Korea

12. Ecuador

13. Vietnam

14. Grenada

15. Palau

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