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Edward R. Stettinius, Jr.

December 1, 1944-June 27, 1945

January 26-30, 1945
Morocco
Marrakesh
Preparations for the Malta and Yalta Conferences. Left U.S. January 25.

January 30-31, 1945
Italy
Naples
Discussed postwar issues and policy toward Italy with Presidential adviser Harry Hopkins.

January 31- February 2, 1945
United Kingdom
Malta
Attended the Malta Conference.

February 3-14, 1945
U.S.S.R.
Yalta, Moscow
Accompanied President Roosevelt to the Crimea Conference. Met afterward (February 11-14) with Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov.

February 14-15, 1945
Egypt
Cairo, Alexandria
Met with Haile Selassie; conferred with President Roosevelt.

February 16-17, 1945
Liberia
Monrovia
Met with President Tubman.

February 17-19, 1945
Brazil
Rio de Janeiro
Met with President Vargas.

February 20, 1945
Guatemala
Guatemala City
Met with the Presidential Triumvirate and Secretary of Foreign Relations Munoz Meany.

February 20-March 8, 1945
Mexico
Chapultepec
Attended Inter-American Conference on the Problems of War and Peace.

March 9, 1945
Cuba
Havana
Official visit. Returned to U.S. March 10.


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