Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will distribute copies of his book, titled A Fairer World Is Possible, to world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly.
The leaders will receive translations of the book, state-run Anadolu Agency reported.
According to the agency, the book "draws attention to problems with the UN, such as shortcomings in terms of legitimacy, inclusiveness, efficiency, representation, and governance."
Erdoğan has long been calling on the UN to reform itself, while suggesting that the number of permanent UNSC members should be raised to 20.
The book was translated into English, French and Arabic.
Before heading to the U.S. on Sept. 19, Erdoğan told reporters that the sales are "not bad."
First Lady Erdoğan to roll out new book on visits to Africa
First Lady Emine Erdoğan, meanwhile, will introduce her book on her travels in Africa for the first time at the Turkish House in New York.
Erdoğan, who wrote about her impressions and memories of her travels to Africa, flew to New York on Sept. 19 to attend the UN General Assembly.
She will introduce her book “My Travels to Africa” for the first time to first ladies of other countries.
The book, which is dedicated to Erdoğan's mother, covers the first lady’s visits from 2014 to 2020 to 23 countries, including Algeria, Ethiopia, Somalia, Tanzania, Mozambique, and Senegal.
The book will go on sale in Turkey at the beginning of October, and will also be published in English, French, Arabic and Swahili.