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Visits to the U.S. by Foreign Heads of State and Government--1983

Date Visitor Country Description
January 4-7, 1983 President Yitzhak Navon Israel Official working visit; visited Baltimore. Private visit Afterward to Boston.
January 17-20, 1983 Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone Japan Official working visit.
January 26-31, 1983 President Hosni Mubarak Egypt Official working visit.
February 2-4, 1983 Chancellor Bruno Kreisky Austria Official working visit. Private visit afterwards to New York City.
February 16-18, 1983 Prime Minister Kaare I. Willoch Norway Official working visit.
February 21-23, 1983 Prime Minister Edward Seaga Jamaica Private visit. Met with President Reagan February 22.
February 26- March 7, 1983 Queen Elizabeth II United Kingdom Official visit to San Diego, Palm Springs, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, and Yosemite National Park (California), and Seattle (Washington).
March 14-16, 1983 Prime Minister Rudolphus F. M. (Ruud) Lubbers Netherlands Official working visit.
March 29- April 2, 1983 President Kenneth D. Kaunda Zambia Official working visit.
April 7-9, 1983 President Osvaldo Hurtado Larrea Ecuador Official working visit.
April 10-14, 1983 Prime Minister Ranasinghe Premadasa Sri Lanka Private visit. Met with President Reagan April 13.
April 11-15, 1983 Sultan Qaboos bin Said Oman State visit.
April 14-15, 1983 Chancellor Helmut Kohl Germany, Federal Republic of Official working visit.
April 27-28, 1983 Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau Canada Official working visit.
May 11-14, 1983 Prime Minister George C. Price Belize Official working visit
May 25-28, 1983 Prime Minister Amintore Fanfani Italy Official working visit.
May 26-28, 1983 Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone Japan Official working visit.
May 28-31, 1983 Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher United Kingdom Attended Economic Summit Meeting, Williamsburg (Virginia).
May 28-31, 1983 Chancellor Helmut Kohl Germany, Federal Republic of Attended Economic Summit Meeting, Williamsburg (Virginia).
May 28-31, 1983 President Francois Mitterrand France Attended Economic Summit Meeting, Williamsburg.
May 28-31, 1983 Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone Japan Attended Economic Summit Meeting, Williamsburg.
May 28-31, 1983 Prime Minister Amintore Fanfani Italy Attended Economic Summit Meeting, Williamsburg.
May 28-31, 1983 Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau Canada Attended Economic Summit Meeting, Williamsburg.
June 6-9, 1983 President Felix Houphouet-Boigny Ivory Coast State visit; visited New York City. Departed U.S. June 20.
June 11-15, 1983 Prime Minister Robert J. L. Hawke Australia Official working visit. Private visit to New York City afterward.
June 16-18, 1983 President Alvaro Magana El Salvador Official working visit.
June 20-22, 1983 President Felipe Gonzalez Spain Official working visit. Private visit to New York City afterward.
July 17-22, 1983 Amir Sulman al-Khalifa Bahrain State visit.
July 19-23, 1983 President Amin Gemayel Lebanon Official working visit. Private visit to Houston afterward.
August 2-6, 1983 President Mobutu Sese Seko Zaire Official working visit.
August 9-12, 1983 President Abdou Diouf Senegal Official working visit.
September 12-14, 1983 Prime Minister Robert Mugabe Zimbabwe Official working visit. Private visit to Detroit (Michigan) afterward.
September 14-17, 1983 President Antonio dos Santos Ramalho Eanes Portugal State visit; visited New York City. Departed the U.S. September 20.
September 24-27, 1983 President Mauno H. Koivisto Finland Official working visit.
September 28-30, 1983 Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher United Kingdom Official working visit.
September 29-October 3, 1983 President Hosni Mubarak Egypt Official working visit.
October 3-7, 1983 President Aristides Maria Pereira Cape Verde Private visit. Met with President Reagan October 3.
October 3-6, 1983 President Kurt Carstens Germany, Federal Republic of State visit. Addressed Joint Session of U.S. Congress October 5. Visited Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), St. Louis (Missouri), El Paso and Dallas (Texas), Grand Canyon (Arizona), Las Vegas (Nevada), Seattle (Washington), New York City, and New Haven (Connecticut). Departed U.S. October 14.
October 19-21, 1983 Prime Minister Bettino Craxi Italy Official working visit. Private visit to New York City afterward.
October 22-26, 1983 President Gnassingbe Eyadema Togo Private visit. Met with President Reagan October 24.
October 24-26, 1983 Prime Minister Hussain Mohammad Ershad Bangladesh Official working visit. Private visit to Houston (Texas) afterward.
October 25-26, 1983 Prime Minister Maria Eugenia Charles Dominica Private visit. Met with President Reagan October 25
November 5-8, 1983 Prime Minister Edward Seaga Jamaica Private visit. Met with President Reagan November 6.
November 19-22, 1983 President Jaafar Nimeiri Sudan Official working visit. Private visit afterward. Departed U.S. December 1.
November 16-23, 1983 President Chaim Herzog Israel Private visit. Addressed UN General Assembly. Met with President Reagan November 22.
November 27-30, 1983 Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir Israel Official working visit. Private visit to New York City afterward.
November 30-December 3, 1983 President Amin Gemayel Lebanon Official working visit.
December 5-10, 1983 King Birendra Nepal State visit; visited Orlando (Florida), Dallas (Texas), New York City, and Boston (December 10-13). Private visit afterward to Atlanta (Georgia), San Francisco, and Honolulu (Hawaii).
December 15-16, 1983 Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau Canada Private visit. Discussed proposals for nuclear arms limitations.


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