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Visits to the U.S. by Foreign Heads of State and Government--1987

1987

Date Visitor Country Description

February 2-8, 1987

Prime Minister Turgut Ozal

Turkey

Private Visit. Met with President Reagan February 5.

February 17-20, 1987

Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir

Israel

Official Working Visit. In New York City February 16;Private visit to Los Angeles afterward.

March 11-14, 1987

President Daniel arap Moi

Kenya

Official Working Visit. Also visited New York City March 14.

March 16-17, 1987

Prime Minister Charles J. Haughey

Ireland

Met with President Reagan March 17.

March 30- April 1, 1987

Prime Minister Jacques R. Chirac

France

Official Visit. In New York City March 29.

 

April 29- May 5, 1987

Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone

Japan

Official Visit. Private visit to Maui, Hawaii, afterward.

May 12-15, 1987

President Vinicio Cerezo Arevalo

Guatemala

Official Working Visit.

May 20-23, 1987

Chancellor Franz Vranitzky

Austria

Private Visit. Met with President Reagan May 21.

May 26-27, 1987

Prime Minister Amintore Fanfani

Italy

Private Visit. Met with President Reagan May 27. Discussions of forthcoming Economic Summit.

June 18-23, 1987

President Hissene Habre

Chad

Official Working Visit.

May 17-20, 1987

President Mario Alberto Lopes Soares

Portugal

Private Visit. Met with President Reagan May 18.

May 27-29, 1987

Prime Minister Wilfried Martens

Belgium

Private Visit. Met with President Reagan May 28.

July 16-17, 1987

Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher

United Kingdom

Official Working Visit.

August 3-6, 1987

President Omar Bongo

Gabon

Official Working Visit. In U.S. July 30; also visited Atlanta 9Georgia)August 1-2. Private visit to Houston (Texas) afterwards.

September 6-11, 1987

Prime Minister Ingvar Carlsson

Sweden

Official Visit. Afterwards visited Chicago, September 11-13.

September 10-11, 1987

Pope John Paul II

Vatican City

Pastoral visit. In U.S. September 10-19. Met with President Reagan in Miami; visited Columbia (South Carolina), New Orleans (Louisiana), San Antonio (Texas), Phoenix (Arizona), Los Angeles, Monterey (California), San Francisco, and Detroit (Michigan).

September 22, 1987

President Oscar Arias Sanchez

Costa Rica

Met with President Reagan during a private visit.

September 25, 1987

King Juan Carlos I

Spain

Met with President Reagan during a private visit.

October 5, 1987

President Joaquim Chissano

Mozambique

Met with President Reagan during a private visit.

October 7-11, 1987

President Kenneth D. Kaunda

Zambia

Official Working Visit.

October 13-18, 1987

President Jose Napoleon Duarte

El Salvador

State Visit.

October 19, 1987

President Yoweri Musaveni

Uganda

Met with President Reagan during a private visit.

October 19-20, 1987

Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi

India

Official Working Visit.

October 21, 1987

President Jose Azcona Hoyo

Honduras

Met with President Reagan during a private visit.

November 9-12, 1987

President Chaim Herzog

Israel

State visit. Addressed joint meeting of U.S. Congress November 10. Afterwards visited New York City and Waltham (Massachusetts). Departed U.S. November 15.

November 20, 1987

Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir

Israel

Met with President Reagan during a private visit.

November 30, 1987

King Olav V

Norway

Met with President Reagan during a private visit.

December 7-10, 1987

General Secretary Mikhail S. Gorbachev

USSR

Official Working Visit. Signed INF Treaty December 8.

December 15-18, 1987

Prime Minister Giovanni Giuseppe Goria

Italy

Official Working Visit. Private visit to New York City afterwards.

 


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