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Visits to the U.S. by Foreign Heads of State and Government--1991

1991

Date

Visitor

Country

Description

January 22-24, 1991

President Punsalmaagiyn Ochirbat

Mongolia

Official working visit. Private visit to New York City afterward. Arrived in U.S. Jan. 20; departed Jan. 26.

February 19-22, 1991

Queen Margrethe II

Denmark

State Visit. Private visit to New York City afterward.

February 25-27, 1991

President Cesar Gaviria Trujillo

Colombia

Official working visit. Afterwards visited Miami (Florida).

March 19-22, 1991

President Lech Walesa

Poland

State Visit. Afterwards visited Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York City.

March 23-25, 1991

President Turgut Ozal

Turkey

Met with President Bush during a private visit.

April 4, 1991

Prime Minister Toshiki Kaifu

Japan

Informal meeting with President Bush in Newport Beach (California).

April 7, 1991

President Carlos Salinas de Gortari

Mexico

Informal meeting with President Bush in Houston (Texas) en route to Canada.

April 15-18, 1991

President Violeta Barrios de Chamorro

Nicaragua

State Visit. Afterwards visited Miami.

April 23-25, 1991

President Hassan Gouled Aptidon

Djibouti

Official working visit.

May 3, 1991

President Carlos Andres Perez

Venezuela

Met with President Bush during a private visit. Later visited Houston, Tulsa, and Palo Alto (California).

May 6, 1991

President Paul Biya

Cameroon

Met with President Bush during a private visit.

May 6-8, 1991

President Mauno H. Koivisto

Finland

Official working visit.

May 7, 1991

President Francesco Cossiga and Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti

Italy

 

May 14-17, 1991

Queen Elizabeth II

United Kingdom

State Visit. Addressed Joint Meeting of Congress May 16. Later visited Miami and Tampa (Florida), Austin, San Antonio, and Houston (Texas), and Lexington (Kentucky).

May 15, 1991

Prime Minister Michael Manley

Jamaica

Met with President Bush during a private visit.

May 19-21, 1991

Chancellor Helmut Kohl

Germany

Official Visit.

May 20-21, 1991

President Luis Alberto Lacalle Herrera

Uruguay

Met with President Bush during a private visit.

May 23, 1991

President Arpad Goncz

Hungary

Met with President Bush during a private visit.

May 29-30, 1991

President George Vassiliou

Cyprus

Met with President Bush during a private visit.

June 4-6, 1991

Prime Minister Aneerood Jugnauth

Mauritius

Official working visit. Private visit to New York afterward.

June 11-13, 1991

President Alfredo Cristiani Buckard

El Salvador

State Visit. Afterwards visited Miami.

June 17-20, 1991

President Fernando Collor de Mello

Brazil

State Visit. Afterwards visited New York City.

July 1-3, 1991

President Roh Tae-woo

South Korea

State Visit.

July 11, 1991

Prime Minister Toshiki Kaifu

Japan

Informal meeting with President Bush at Kennebunkport (Maine).

July 23-25, 1991

President Robert Mugabe

Zimbabwe

Official working visit.

August 26, 1991

Prime Minister Martin Brian Mulroney

Canada

Informal meeting with President Bush at Kennebunkport (Maine).

August 28-29, 1991

Prime Minister John Major

United Kingdom

Informal meeting with President Bush at Kennebunkport (Maine).

September 9-12, 1991

President Abdou Diouf

Senegal

State Visit.

September 11, 1991

Prime Minister Jan Krzysztof Bielecki

Poland

Met with President Bush during a private visit.

September 16, 1991

Chancellor Helmut Kohl

Germany

Official working visit.

September 16-19, 1991

President Alberto K. Fujimori

Peru

Official working visit. Private visit to New York City afterward.

September 16, 1991

President Jose Eduardo dos Santos

Angola

Met with President Bush during a private visit.

September 23, 1991

President Fernando Collor de Mello

Brazil

Met with President Bush while attending UN General Assembly in New York City.

September 23, 1991

President Alfredo Cristiani Buckard

El Salvador

Met with President Bush while attending UN General Assembly in New York City.

September 23, 1991

President Roh Tae-woo

Korea

Met with President Bush while attending UN General Assembly in New York City.

September 24, 1991

Prime Minister David Oddsson

Iceland

Met with President Bush while attending UN General Assembly in New York City.

September 24, 1991

President Amata Kabua

Marshall Islands

Met with President Bush while attending UN General Assembly in New York City.

September 24, 1991

President Bailey Olter

Micronesia

Met with President Bush while attending UN General Assembly in New York City.

September 24, 1991

Prime Minister Gro Harlem Brundtland

Norway

Met with President Bush while attending UN General Assembly in New York City.

September 24, 1991

President Carlos Andres Perez

Venezuela

Met with President Bush while attending UN General Assembly in New York City.

September 24, 1991

President Elias Hrawi

Lebanon

Met with President Bush while attending UN General Assembly in New York City.

September 26, 1991

King Hassan II

Morocco

Official visit.

October 1, 1991

Amir Jabir al-Ahmad al-Sabah

Kuwait

Met with President Bush during a private visit.

October 2, 1991

President Jorge Serrano Elias

Guatemala

Met with President Bush during a private visit.

October 4, 1991

Prime Minister Jozsef Antall

Hungary

Met with President Bush during a private visit.

October 8-9, 1991

President Vigdis Finbogadottir

Iceland

Attended symposium on explorations at the Smithsonian Institution, and commemoration of Viking explorers; met with President Bush Oct. 9.

October 8-10, 1991

King Juan Carlos I

Spain

Opened the "Circa 1492" art exhibit at the National Gallery of Art. Addressed the Organization of American States.

October 9-12, 1991

President Rafael Angel Calderon Fournier

Costa Rica

Official working visit. Afterwards visited Fort Lauderdale (Florida).

October 10, 1991

Chancellor Franz Vranitzky

Austria

Met with President Bush during a private visit.

October 15, 1991

Emir Isa Bin Sulman

Bahrain

State visit.

October 21-24, 1991

President Vaclav Havel

Czechoslovakia

State Visit. Private visit to Los Angeles afterwards.

November 4-6, 1991

President Nicephore Soglo

Benin

Official Visit.

November 13-16, 1991

President Carlos Saul Menem

Argentina

State Visit.

November 21-22, 1991

Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir

Israel

Met with President Bush during a private visit. Arrived in the U.S. Nov. 15; departed Nov. 24. Also visited Baltimore (Maryland), Los Angeles, Boston, and New York City.

December 8-14, 1991

Prime Minister Andre Milongo

Congo

Private visit. Met with President Bush Dec. 13. Arrived in the U.S. Dec. 8; departed Dec. 14. Also visited Atlanta (Georgia).

December 11-13, 1991

Prime Minister Constantine Mitsotakis

Greece

Official working visit. Later visited New York City.

December 13-14, 1991

President Carlos Salinas de Gortari

Mexico

Met with President Bush during a private visit. Discussed North American Free Trade Agreement at Camp David (Maryland).

December 15-17, 1991

Prime Minister Anan Panyarachun

Thailand

Official working visit. Later visited Los Angeles.

 


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