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Visits to the U.S. by Foreign Heads of State and Government--1992

Date Visitor Country Description
January 10-13, 1992 President Mario Alberto Lopes Soares Portugal Private visit. Met with President Bush Jan. 13; afterwards visited New York City.
January 30, 1992 President Rodrigo Borja Cevallos Ecuador Met with President Bush while attending a UN Security Council Summit in New York City.
January 30, 1992 Prime Minister Carlos A. W. de Carvalho Veiga Cape Verde Met with President Bush while attending a UN Security Council Summit in New York City.
January 30, 1992 Chancellor Franz Vranitzky Austria Met with President Bush while attending a UN Security Council Summit in New York City.
January 30, 1992 Prime Minister Wilfried Martens Belgium Met with President Bush while attending a UN Security Council Summit in New York City.
January 30, 1992 Prime Minister John Major United Kingdom Met with President Bush while attending a UN Security Council Summit in New York City.
January 30, 1992 Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa Japan Met with President Bush during a UN Security Council Summit in New York City.
January 30, 1992 King Hassan II Morocco Met with President Bush while attending a UN Security Council Summit in New York City.
January 31, 1992 President Carlos Andres Perez Venezuela Met with President Bush during a UN Security Council Summit in New York City.
January 31, 1992 Prime Minister P.V. Narasimha Rao India Met with President Bush during a UN Security Council Summit in New York City.
January 31, 1992 President Francois Mitterrand France Met with President Bush during a UN Security Council Summit in New York City.
January 31, 1992 Premier Li Peng China, Peoples' Republic of Met with President Bush during a UN Security Council Summit in New York City.
January 31-February 1, 1992 President Boris N. Yeltsin Russia Attended UN Security Council Summit Meeting in New York City and discussed strategic arms reductions with President Bush at Camp David (Maryland).
February 3, 1992 President Ronald R. Venetiaan Suriname Met with President Bush during a private visit.
February 10-12, 1992 Prime Minister Suleiman Demirel Turkey Official working visit.
February 19, 1992 President Frederick Chiluba Zambia Met with President Bush during a private visit.
February 18, 1992 President Mircea Snegur Moldova Met with President Bush during a private visit.
February 19-22, 1992 Prime Minister Carl Bildt Sweden Official working visit.
February 24, 1992 President Alfredo Cristiani Buckard El Salvador Met with President Bush during a private visit.
February 26-27, 1992 President Alberto K. Fujimori Peru Attended Drug Summit in San Antonio (Texas).
February 26-27, 1992 President Cesar Gaviria Trujillo Colombia Attended Drug Summit in San Antonio (Texas).
February 26-27, 1992 President Rodrigo Borja Cevallos Ecuador Attended Drug Summit in San Antonio (Texas).
February 26-27, 1992 President Jaime Paz Zamora Bolivia Attended Drug Summit in San Antonio (Texas).
February 27, 1992 President Carlos Salinas de Gortari Mexico Attended Drug Summit in San Antonio (Texas).
March 2-5, 1992 Prime Minister Dimitrov Bulgaria Met with President Bush during a private visit.
March 12-13, 1992 King Hussein Jordan Met with President Bush during a private visit.
March 18-19, 1992 Prime Minister Khaleda Ziaur Rahman Bangladesh Met with President Bush during a private visit.
March 20-22, 1992 Chancellor Helmut Kohl Germany Informal meeting with President Bush at Camp David (Maryland).
March 24-25, 1992 Prime Minister Michael Manley Jamaica Met with President Bush during a private visit.
March 30, 1992 President George Vassiliou Cyprus Met with President Bush during a private visit.
April 1-3, 1992 Prime Minister Felipe Gonzalez Spain Official working visit.
April 7, 1992 President Francesco Cossiga Italy Met with President Bush during a private visit.
April 9-10, 1992 President Violeta Barrios de Chamorro Nicaragua Met with President Bush during a private visit.
April 10, 1992 Prime Minister Marian Calfa Czechoslovakia Met with President Bush during a private visit.
April 13-14, 1992 Prime Minister Jan Olszewski Poland Met with President Bush during a private visit.
April 21-23, 1992 Prime Minister Anibal Antonio Cavaco e Silva Portugal Took part in U.S.-European Community meeting.
April 28-May 1, 1992 President Richard von Weizsaecker Germany State Visit. Addressed Joint Meeting of U.S. Congress April 29. Afterwards visited Atlanta (Georgia)
April 28-30, 1992 President Turgut Ozal Turkey Met with President Bush during a private visit.
May 5-7, 1992 President Leonid Kravchuk Ukraine Official working visit.
May 6-8, 1992 President Rafael Leonardo Callejas Honduras Met with President Bush during a private visit.
May 11-15, 1992 Prime Minister Patrick A. M. Manning Trinidad and Tobago Met with President Bush during a private visit.
May 12-17, 1992 Prime Minister Esko Aho Finland Met with President Bush during a private visit.
May 12-15, 1992 President Patricio Aylwin Azocar Chile State Visit.
May 18-20, 1992 President Nursultan Nazarbayev Kazakhstan Official working visit.
May 19-21, 1992 Prime Minister Martin Brian Mulroney Canada Official working visit.
June 5, 1992 Prime Minister Gro Harlem Bruntland Norway Met with President Bush during a private visit.
June 6-8, 1992 Prime Minister John Major United Kingdom Met with President Bush during a private visit to Washington, and Camp David (Maryland).
June 14-16, 1992 President Sali Berisha Albania Official working visit.
June 15-18, 1992 President Boris N. Yeltsin Russia State Visit. Addressed a joint meeting of Congress June 17. Also visited Annapolis (Maryland) Afterwards visited Wichita (Kansas).
June 30-July 2, 1992 Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa Japan Official working visit.
July 6, 1992 Prime Minister Gedimanas Vagnorius Lithuania Met with Vice President Quayle and signed a bilateral trade and investment agreement.
July 14, 1992 President Carlos Salinas de Gortari Mexico Met with President Bush in San Diego (California).
July 28, 1992 President-elect Sixto Duran-Ballen Cordovez Ecuador Met with President Bush during a private visit.
August 10-11, 1992 Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin Israel Informal meeting with President Bush at Kennebunkport (Maine). Afterwards visited Washington (August 12-13) and New York City.
October 7, 1992 Prime Minister Martin Brian Mulroney Canada Attended the initialing of the North American Free Trade Agreement in San Antonio (Texas).
October 7, 1992 President Carlos Salinas de Gortari Mexico Attended the initialing of the North American Free Trade in San Antonio (Texas).
November 16, 1992 President Chaim Herzog Israel Met with President Bush during a private visit.
November 16-19, 1992 Prime Minister Constantine Mitsotakis Greece Met with President Bush and attended the opening of an exhibit at the National Gallery of Art.
December 18-20, 1992 Prime Minister John Major United Kingdom Official working visit; private visit to Camp David (Maryland) December 19-20. Accompanied by EC President Delors.


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