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Lyndon B. Johnson

November 22, 1963-January 20, 1969

September 16, 1964
Canada
Vancouver
Informal visit; met with Prime Minister Pearson in ceremonies related to the Columbia River Treaty.

April 14-15, 1966
Mexico
Mexico, D.F.
Informal visit; met with President Gustavo Diaz Ordaz.

August 21-22, 1966
Canada
Campobello lsland, Chamcook, N.B.

Laid cornerstone at Roosevelt-Campobello International Park and conferred informally with Prime Minister Pearson.October 19-20, 1966
New Zealand
Wellington
State visit; met with Prime Minister Holyoake.

October 2023, 1966
Australia
Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Townsville
State visit; met with Governor General Casey and Prime Minister Holt.

October 24-26, 1966
Philippines
Manila, Los Banos, Corregidor
Attended summit conference with the Heads of State and Government of Australia, Korea, New Zealand, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.

October 26, 1966
Vietnam
Cam Ranh Bay
Visited U.S. military personnel.

October 27-30, 1966
Thailand
Bangkok
State visit; met with King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

October 30-31, 1966
Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur
State visit; met with Prime Minister Rahrman.

October 31-November 2, 1966
Korea
Seoul, Suwon
State visit; met with President Park and Prime Minister Chung.

December 3, 1966
Mexico
Ciudad Acuna
Informal meeting with President Diaz Ordaz. Inspected construction of Arnistad Dam.

April 11-14, 1967
Uruguay
Punta del Este
Summit meeting with Latin American chiefs of state.

April 14, 1967
Suriname
Paramaribo
Refueling stop en route from Uruguay.

April 23-26, 1967
Germany
Bonn
Attended funeral of Chancellor Adenauer and conversed with various heads of state.

May 25, 1967
Canada
Montreal, Ottawa
Attended Expo 67 and conferred informally with Prime Minister Pearson.

October 28, 1967
Mexico
Ciudad Juarez
Attended transfer of El Chamizal from the US. to Mexico and conferred with President Diaz Ordaz.

December 21-22, 1967
Australia
Canberra
Attended funeral of Prime Minister Holt and conferred with other attending heads of state.

December 23, 1967
Thailand
Khorat
Visited US. military personnel.

December 23, 1967
Vietnam
Cam Ranh Bay
Visited U.S. military personnel.

December 23, 1967
Pakistan
Karachi
Met with President Ayub Khan.

December 23, 1967
Italy
Rome
Met with President Saragat and Prime Minister Moro.

December 23, 1967
Vatican City
Audience with Pope Paul VI.

July 68, 1968
El Salvador
San Salvador
Attended meeting of the Presidents of Central American Republics.

July 8, 1968
Nicaragua
Managua
Informal visit; met with President Somoza.

July 8, 1968
Costa Rica
San Jose
Informal visit; met with President Trajos.

July 8, 1968
Honduras
San Pedro Sula
Informal visit; met with President Lopez Arrelano.

July 8, 1968
Guatemala
Guatemala City
Informal visit; met with President Mendez.


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