WATCH: President Obama Makes Final UN General Assembly Speech

Full speech: Obama addresses UN General AssemblyUS President Barack Obama addresses the United Nations General Assembly for the last time.2016-09-20T15:29:19.000Z

President Barack Obama is making his final speech at the United Nations General Assembly as President of the U.S. on Tuesday and begin a little after 10 a.m. You can watch the speech above.

After the speech, Obama is scheduled to meet President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria and have lunch with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon. Obama is also scheduled to attend a roundtable of CEOs and a summit on the refugee crisis sparked by the Syrian Civil War. Tonight, he will give a speech at a reception for foreign heads of UN delegations at Lotte New York Palace.

Obama’s speech comes just days after this past weekend’s attacks in Manhattan, where a blast injured 29 people. Ahmad Khan Rahami, a naturalized citizen from Afghanistan who lived in New Jersey, was arrested and charged with attempted murder in the attack.