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Visits to the U.S. by Foreign Heads of State and Government--1988

Date Visitor Country Description
January 12-15, 1988 Prime Minister Noboru Takeshita Japan Official Working Visit.
January 26, 1988 President Vigdis Finbogadottir Iceland Met with President Reagan during a private visit.
January 26-29, 1988 President Hosni Mubarak Egypt State Visit; visited Dallas January 30.
February 17-19, 1988 Chancellor Helmut Kohl Germany, Federal Republic of Official Working Visit.
February 23-25, 1988 Prime Minister Anibal Antonio Cavaco e Silva Portugal Official Working Visit.
March 14-17, 1988 Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir Israel Official Working Visit. Private visit to Los Angeles afterwards.
March 24-25, 1988 President Joaquin Videla Balaguer Dominican Republic Official Working Visit. Private visit afterwards to Boston (Massachusetts) and Texas.
April 13, 1988 Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew Singapore Met with President Reagan during a private visit.
April 26-28, 1988 Prime Minister Martin Brian Mulroney Canada Official Visit.
May 2, 1988 Prime Minister Harri H. Holkeri Finland Met with President Reagan during a private visit.
June 13-16, 1988 Prime Minister Luigi Ciriaco De Mita Italy Official Working Visit. Private Visit to Bar Harbor (Maine) afterward.
June 22-24, 1988 Prime Minister Robert J. L. Hawke Australia Official Working Visit. Addressed joint meeting of U.S. Congress June 23. Private visit to Texas afterward.
June 26-30, 1988 President Kenan Evren Turkey State Visit; visited New York City, June 30-July 3.
July 10-16, 1988 Prime Minister Saad al-Abdullah al-Sabah Kuwait Official Working Visit.
July 26-28, 1988 Prime Minister Karoly Grosz Hungary Official Working Visit.
August 9-13, 1988 Prime Minister Thorstein Palsson Iceland Official Working Visit. Private visit to Orlando (Florida) afterward.
September 13, 1988 President H. Desmond Hoyte Guyana Discussed bilateral relations and trade preferences under the Caribbean Basin Initiative.
September 26, 1988 Amir Jabir al-Ahmad al-Sabah Kuwait Met with President Reagan while attending UN General Assembly in New York City.
September 29, 1988 President Francois Mitterrand France Official Working Visit.
October 5-9, 1988 President Moussa Traore Mali State Visit; (October 9) visited Dayton, Wilberforce, and Columbus (Ohio).
October 20, 1988 President Roh Tae-woo Korea Official Working Visit.
November 15-17, 1988 Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher United Kingdom Official Visit.
November 15, 1988 Chancellor Helmut Kohl Germany, Federal Republic of Official Working Visit.
November 22, 1988 President-Elect Carlos Salinas de Gortari Mexico Met with President-elect Bush in Houston (Texas).
December 7, 1988 President Mikhail S. Gorbachev USSR Met with President Reagan in New York City.
December 14-16, 1988 Prime Minister Luigi Ciriaco De Mita Italy Met with President Reagan during a private visit. Previously visited Los Angeles.


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