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Visits to the U.S. by Foreign Heads of State and Government--1982

Date Visitor Country Description
January 4-6, 1982 Chancellor Helmut Schmidt Germany, Federal Republic of Private visit. Met with President Reagan January 5.
February 2-5, 1982 President Hosni Mubarak Egypt State visit.
February 16-18, 1982 Prime Minister Wilfried Martens Belgium Official working visit.
March 9-14, 1982 President Mohammed Siad Barre Somalia Official working visit. Private visit afterward to Houston, Chicago, and New York City.
March 12, 1982 President Francois Mitterrand France Official working visit.
March 16-17, 1982 Prime Minister Charles J. Haughey Ireland Official working visit.
March 24-27, 1982 President Alessandro Pertini Italy State visit; visited San Francisco, Chicago, and New York City. Departed U.S. April 1.
April 18-22, 1982 Queen Beatrix Netherlands State visit. Addressed Joint Session of U.S. Congress April 2l; visited Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) and New York City. Departed U.S. April 24.
April 26-30, 1982 Prime Minister Muhammed Mzali Tunisia Official working visit. In U.S. April 24; visited Princeton (New Jersey). Private visit afterwards to Chicago and New York City.
May 11-13, 1982 President Joao Baptista de Oliveira Figueiredo Brazil State visit. Private visit afterwards to Cleveland (Ohio).
May 16-18, 1982 Prime Minister John Malcolm Fraser Australia Private visit. Met with President Reagan May 17
May 18-21, 1982 King Hassan II Morocco Official working visit. Private visit afterward to New York City and Chicago.
June 20-22, 1982 Prime Minister Menachem Begin Israel Official working visit. Addressed UN Special Session on Disarmament June l8.
June 21-24, 1982 President Luis Monge Alvarez Costa Rica Official working visit. Afterwards visited New York City.
June 23, 1982 Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher United Kingdom Official working visit. Addressed UN Special Session on Disarmament June 23.
June 26- July 3, 1982 President Sekou Toure Guinea Private visit. Met with President Reagan June 30.
July 13-15, 1982 President Roberto Suazo Cordova Honduras Official working visit.
July 14-16, 1982 President-elect Salvador Jorge Blanco Dominican Republic Private visit. Met with President Reagan July 15.
July 18-22, 1982 Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew Singapore Private visit. Met with President Reagan July 21.
July 20-27, 1982 Chancellor Helmut Schmidt Germany, Federal Republic of Private visit. Met with Secretary of State Shultz at Bohemian Grove (California).
July 25-28, 1982 President Ahmadou Ahidjo Cameroon Official working visit. Private visit afterwards to Gainesville (Florida).
July 27-31, 1982 Prime Minister Indira Gandhi India Official visit; visited New York City, Los Angeles, and Honolulu (Hawaii). Departed U.S. August 4.
August 16-21, 1982 Head of State Samuel Kanyon Doe Liberia Official working visit. Private visit afterwards to Los Angeles
September 4-10, 1982 President Vigdis Finbogadottir Iceland Official working visit. Private visit afterwards to Minneapolis (Minnesota), New York City, Seattle (Washington), and Chicago.
September 15-20, 1982 President Ferdinand Marcos Philippines State visit; visited New York City. Private visit afterward. Departed U.S. September 27.
September 29- October 2, 1982 President Ricardo de la Espriella Panama Official working visit.
October 8, 1982 President-elect Miguel de la Madrid Mexico Informal meeting with President Reagan at Coronado (California).
October 12-13, 1982 President Suharto Indonesia State visit; visited Cape Canaveral (Florida), Houston (Texas), and Honolulu (Hawaii). Departed U.S. October 15.
October 17-19, 1982 President Amin Gemayel Lebanon Official working visit. Addressed UN General Assembly October 18.
October 17-19, 1982 King Olav V Norway Private visit. Addressed UN General Assembly. Met with President Reagan October 18.
October 20-24, 1982 King Hassan II Morocco Official working visit. Led Arab League delegation presenting Middle East peace proposals.
November 2-4, 1982 Prime Minister Giovanni Spadolini Italy Official working visit. Private visit afterwards to New York City, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
November 3-5, 1982 President Luis Monge Alvarez Costa Rica Informal visit. Addressed Conference on Free Elections. Met with President Reagan November 4.
November 11-14, 1982 Prime Minister Menachem Begin Israel Private visit to New York City and Los Angeles. Meeting scheduled November 19 with President Reagan cancelled.
November 14-16, 1982 Chancellor Helmut Kohl Germany, Federal Republic of Official visit.
December 6-9, 1982 President Muhammad Zia ul-Haq Pakistan State visit; visited New York City, Houston (Texas), Sacramento (California), and San Francisco. Departed U.S. December 14.
December 12-14, 1982 Prime Minister Poul Schlueter Denmark Official working visit.
December 14-16, 1982 Prime Minister Francisco Pinto Balsemao Portugal Official working visit.
December 18-23, 1982 King Hussein Jordan Official working visit.


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