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Madeleine Korbel Albright

Country Locale Remarks Date
Italy Rome Met with Prime Minister Prodi and Foreign Minister Dini. February 16, 1997
Germany Bonn Met with Chancellor Kohl and Foreign Minister Kinkel. February 16–17, 1997
France Paris Met with President Chirac, Prime Minister Juppe, and Foreign Minister de Charette. February 17–18, 1997
Belgium Brussels Addressed NATO Foreign Ministers and the European Commission. February 18, 1997
United Kingdom London Met with Prime Minister Major and Foreign Secretary Rifkind. February 18–19, 1997
Russia Moscow Met with President Yeltsin, Prime Minister Chernomyrdin, and Foreign Minister Primakov. February 19–21, 1997
Korea, Republic of Seoul, Camp Bonifas, Panmunjon Met with President Kim, Foreign Minister Yoo, and visited U.S. troops at the Demilitarized Zone. February 21–23, 1997
Japan Tokyo Met with Prime Minister Hashimoto and senior officials. February 23–24, 1997
China Beijing Met with President Jiang and senior Chinese officials. February 24, 1997
Finland Helsinki Accompanied President Clinton to a summit meeting with Russian President Yeltsin. March 20–21, 1997
Russia Moscow Met with Foreign Minister Primakov. May 1–2, 1997
Guatemala Guatemala City, Tuluche Signed agreement on cross-border auto thefts and visited a demobilization camp. May 4, 1997
Mexico Mexico, D.F. Accompanied President Clinton on a State Visit and attended a meeting of the U.S.-Mexico Binational Commission. May 5–7, 1997
Costa Rica San Jose Accompanied President Clinton to a Summit Meeting with the Presidents of the Central American Republics. May 7–9, 1997
Barbados Bridgetown Accompanied President Clinton to a U.S.-Caribbean Community Summit Meeting. May 9–11, 1997
France Paris Accompanied President Clinton to the signing of the NATO-Russia Founding Act. May 26–27, 1997
Netherlands The Hague Accompanied President Clinton to the U.S.-EU Summit Meeting, commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Marshall Plan, and visited the UN War Crimes Tribunal. May 27–28, 1997
Portugal Sintra Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting, the inaugural meeting of the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council, and a meeting of the Bosnian Peace Implementation Council. Also met with the Co-Presidents of Bosnia. May 29–30, 1997
Croatia Zagreb, Prevrsac Met with President Tudjman and appealed for the return of Serb refugees. May 30–31, 1997
Serbia Belgrade Met with President Milosevic. May 31–June 1, 1997
Bosnia Sarajevo, Brcko, Banja Luka Met with the Collective Presidency, dedicated a bridge over the Sava River, and met with Bosnian Serb President Plavsic. June 1, 1997
Vietnam Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City Met with Prime Minister Kiet and senior Vietnamese officials. Laid cornerstone of a new Consulate in Ho Chi Minh City. June 26–29, 1997
United Kingdom Hong Kong Attended the transfer of sovereignty from the United Kingdom to China. June 29–July 1, 1997
Spain Madrid Attended NATO Summit Meeting. July 7–10, 1997
Poland Warsaw Accompanied President Clinton. July 10–11, 1997
Romania Bucharest Accompanied President Clinton. July 11–12, 1997
Slovenia Ljubljana Met with Foreign Minister Thaler. July 12, 1997
Russia St. Petersburg Met with Foreign Minister Primakov. July 12–13, 1997
Lithuania Vilnius Met with the Foreign Ministers of the Baltic States. July 13, 1997
Czech Republic Prague Met with President Havel and visited the Pinkas Synagogue. July 13–14, 1997
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Attended ASEAN Post-Ministerial Conference and Regional Forum. July 26–29, 1997
Singapore Singapore Stopped while returning to the U.S. July 29–30, 1997
Czech Republic Letohrad, Kostelec, Terezin Visiting the birthplaces of her parents and the site of the concentration camp where her grandparents were held. August 31–September 2, 1997
Israel Tel Aviv, Jerusalem Met with Prime Minister Netanyahu and senior Israeli officials. September 9–12, 1997
Palestinian Authority Ramallah Met with Chairman Arafat. September 11–12, 1997
Syria Damascus Met with President Assad. September 12, 1997
Egypt Alexandria Met with President Mubarak. September 12–13, 1997
Saudi Arabia Jeddah, Abha, Prince Sultan Air Base Met with King Fahd and Crown Prince Abdullah, with Gulf Cooperation Council Foreign Ministers, and visited U.S. military personnel. September 13–14, 1997
Jordan Amman Met with King Hussein. September 14–15, 1997
Cyprus Larnaca Stopped en route to Beirut. September 15, 1997
Lebanon Beirut Met with President Hrawi and senior Lebanese officials; addressed Beirut Forum. September 15, 1997
Venezuela Caracas Accompanied President Clinton. October 12–13, 1997
Brazil Brasilia, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro Accompanied President Clinton. October 13–15, 1997
Argentina Buenos Aires Accompanied President Clinton. October 15–17, 1997
Haiti Port-au-Prince Met with President Preval and Haitian political leaders. October 17, 1997
United Kingdom Edinburgh, London Discussed the Iraq crisis with Foreign Secretary Cook, and the Middle East peace process with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. November 14–15, 1997
Switzerland Berne Discussed the Middle East peace process with PLO Chairman Arafat. November 15, 1997
Qatar Doha Attended the Middle East-North African Economic Conference. November 15–16, 1997
Bahrain Manama Met with UN weapons inspectors formerly stationed In Iraq. November 16, 1997
Kuwait Kuwait City Discussed the Iraq crisis with senior Kuwaiti officials. November 16, 1997
Saudi Arabia Riyadh Discussed the Iraq crisis with senior Saudi officials. November 16–17, 1997
Pakistan Islamabad, Peshawar Met with Prime Minister Sharif and visited an Afghan refugee camp. November 17–18, 1997
India New Delhi Met with senior Indian officials. November 18–19, 1997
Switzerland Geneva Discussed Iraq crisis with the Foreign Ministers of Britain, France, and Russia. November 19–20, 1997
Canada Vancouver Attended APEC Foreign and Trade Ministerial and Summit Meetings. November 21–25, 1997
France Paris Met with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. December 5–6, 1997
Switzerland Geneva Met with PLO Chairman Arafat. December 6, 1997
France Paris Met with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and French Foreign Minister Vedrine. December 6–8, 1997
Ethiopia Addis Ababa Addressed the Economic Commission of the Organization of African Unity. December 8–10, 1997
Uganda Kampala, Gulu Met with President Musaveni, northern Ugandan refugees, and Sudanese opposition leaders. December 10–11, 1997
Rwanda Kigali Met with President Bizimungu and Vice President Kagame. December 11, 1997
Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire) Kinshasa Met with President Kabila. December 11–12, 1997
Angola Luanda Discussed Lusaka peace process with President Dos Santos. December 12, 1997
South Africa Pretoria, Cape Town Met with President Mandela. December 12–14, 1997
Zimbabwe Harare Met with President Mugabe. December 14–15, 1997
Belgium Brussels Attended NATO Foreign Ministers' Meeting and meetings of the NATO-Ukraine Commission, the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council, and the NATO-Russia Permanent Joint Council. December 15–17, 1997
France Paris Met with President Chirac and with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. December 17–18, 1997
United Kingdom London Met with PLO Chairman Arafat. December 18, 1997
Bosnia-Herzegovina Sarajevo, Tuzla Accompanied President Clinton to meetings with Bosnian officials and U.S. military personnel. December 21–22, 1997
Belgium Brussels Stopped en route to London. December 22, 1997
United Kingdom London Private visit. December 22–30, 1997
France Paris Discussed the Iraq crisis with Foreign Minister Vedrine. January 29–30, 1998
Spain Madrid Discussed the Iraq crisis with Russian Foreign Minister Primakov. January 30, 1998
United Kingdom London, Ascot Discussed the Iraq crisis with British Foreign Secretary Cook and King Hussein of Jordan. January 30–31, 1998
Israel Jerusalem Discussed the Middle East peace process with Prime Minister Netanyahu. January 31–February 1, 1998
Palestinian Authority Ramallah Discussed the Middle East peace process with Chairman Arafat. February 1, 1998
Kuwait Kuwait City Discussed the Iraq crisis with Emir al-Sabah. February 1, 1998
Saudi Arabia Riyadh Discussed the Iraq crisis with Crown Prince Abdullah. February 1–2, 1998
Bahrain Manama Discussed the Iraq crisis with Foreign Minister Khalifa. February 2–3, 1998
Egypt Cairo Discussed the Iraq crisis with President Mubarak and Foreign Minister Moussa. February 3, 1998
Ukraine Kiev Met with President Kuchma and signed nuclear cooperation agreement. March 6, 1998
Italy Rome Discussed the Kosovo crisis with Prime Minister Prodi and Foreign Minister Dini. March 6–8, 1998
Vatican City Discussed the Kosovo crisis with Pope John Paul II. March 7, 1998
Germany Bonn Discussed the Kosovo crisis with Foreign Minister Kinkel. March 8, 1998
France Paris Discussed the Kosovo crisis with Foreign Minister Vedrine. March 8, 1998
United Kingdom London Discussed the Kosovo crisis with representatives of the Contact Group. March 8–9, 1998
Spain Madrid Discussed the Iraq crisis with Foreign Minister Matutes. March 9, 1998
Canada Ottawa, Hull Met with Prime Minister Chretien and Foreign Minister Axworthy. March 9–10, 1998
Italy Rome Discussed the Kosovo crisis with Foreign Minister Dini. March 24, 1998
Vatican City Discussed the Kosovo crisis and the situation in Cuba with Vatican officials. March 24, 1998
Germany Bonn Attended a Contact Group ministerial meeting. March 24–25, 1998
Haiti Port-au-Prince, Jacmel Met with President Preval and Haitian political leaders. Discussed narcotics control with Haitian and Dominican officials aboard USCG Dallas. April 4, 1998
Trinidad and Tobago Crown Point, Port of Spain Met with Prime Minister Panday and with Caricom Foreign Ministers. April 4–6, 1998
Chile Santiago Accompanied President Clinton on a state visit and to the Second Summit of the Americas. April 16–19, 1998
Japan Tokyo Met with Prime Minister Hashimoto and Foreign Minister Obuchi. Signed amended Acquisitions and Cross-Servicing Agreement. April 28–29, 1998
China Beijing Met with President Jiang and senior Chinese officials and made arrangements for President Clinton's state visit. April 29–May 1, 1998
Korea, Republic of Seoul Met with President Kim and senior Korean officials. May 1–2, 1998
Mongolia Ulaanbaatar Met with President Bagabandi and senior Mongolian officials and addressed the Great Hural. May 2, 1998
United Kingdom London Met with Prime Minister Blair, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, and PLO Chairman Arafat. Attended G-8 Foreign Ministers' Meeting. May 3–9, 1998
United Kingdom London Attended U.S.-EU Summit Meeting and met with PLO Chairman Arafat. May 17–18, 1998
Switzerland Geneva Attended ceremonies commemorating the 50th anniversary of GATT. May 18, 1998
Luxembourg Luxembourg Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. May 28–29, 1998
Venezuela Caracas Attended OAS General Assembly meeting. June 1–2, 1998
Switzerland Geneva Discussed the India-Pakistan nuclear crisis with the Foreign Ministers of the permanent member states of the UN Security Council. June 4, 1998
United Kingdom London Discussed the South Asian nuclear crisis and the Kosovo crisis with the G-8 Foreign Ministers. June 12, 1998
China Xian, Beijing, Shanghai, Guilin, Hong Kong Accompanied President Clinton on a State Visit. June 25–July 3, 1998
Japan Tokyo Met with Prime Minister Hashimoto and Foreign Minister Obuchi. July 3–4, 1998
Philippines Manila Attended ASEAN Regional Forum and Post Ministerial Conference. Met with Russian Foreign Minister Primakov. July 26–29, 1998
Papua New Guinea Port Moresby Met with Prime Minister Skate and announced additional U.S. humanitarian assistance. July 29, 1998
Australia Sydney Attended Australia-U.S. Ministerial Meeting. July 29–August 1, 1998
New Zealand Auckland Met with Prime Minister Shipley. August 1, 1998
Italy Rome Was to have attended wedding of Spokesman James Rubin; returned to Washington after bombings of U.S. Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. August 7, 1998
Germany Ramstein Air Force Base, Landstuhl Visited Embassy personnel wounded in the bombings in Kenya and Tanzania; accompanied the dead back to the United States. August 12–13, 1998
Tanzania Dar es Salaam Visited site of the U.S. Embassy. August 18, 1998
Kenya Nairobi Visited site of the U.S. Embassy and met with President Moi. August 18, 1998
Croatia Zagreb Met with President Tudjman and Croatian politicians and journalists. August 29–30, 1998
Bosnia-Herzegovina Bijeljina, Sarajevo, Tuzla Met with Bosnian, Bosnian Serb, and NATO officials. August 30–31, 1998
Russia Moscow Attended U.S.-Russian Summit Meeting. August 31–September 3, 1998
Austria Vienna Official visit. Attended U.S.-European Union ministerial meeting and addressed the OSCE Permanent Council. September 3, 1998
Israel Jerusalem Discussed the Middle East peace process with Prime Minister Netanyahu. October 6–7, 1998
Palestinian Authority Jericho, Erez Discussed the Middle East peace process with Chairman Arafat. October 6, 1998
Belgium Brussels Discussed the Kosovo crisis with NATO officials. October 7–8, 1998
United Kingdom London Discussed the Kosovo crisis with Contact Group Foreign Ministers. October 8, 1998
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Attended APEC Ministerial Meeting and met with the wife of former Deputy Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim. November 14–15, 1998
Belgium Brussels Attended NATO Ministerial meeting, and ministerial meetings of the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council, NATO-Russia Permanent Joint Council, and NATO-Ukraine Commission. December 8–9, 1998
France Lyon, Paris Announced opening of the American Presence Post in Lyon. Met with President Chirac and senior French officials. December 9–10, 1998
Israel Jerusalem, Masada Accompanied President Clinton. December 12–15, 1998
Palestinian Authority Gaza, Erez Accompanied President Clinton. On December 15, attended meeting with Prime Minister Netanyahu and Chairman Arafat. December 14–15, 1998
Jordan Amman Discussed the Middle East peace process with Crown Prince Hassan. December 15, 1998
Russia Moscow Discussed strategic arms limitations and the Kosovo crisis with Prime Minister Primakov. January 25–27, 1999
Egypt Cairo Discussed the Iraq crisis with President Mubarak and Foreign Minister Moussa. January 27, 1999
Saudi Arabia Riyadh, Prince Sultan Air Base Discussed the Iraq crisis with King Fahd and senior Saudi officials and addressed U.S. military personnel. January 27–28, 1999
Jordan Amman Briefed Crown Prince Abdullah on the Iraq crisis. January 28, 1999
United Kingdom London Attended a meeting of Contact Group Foreign Ministers. January 28–29, 1999
United Kingdom London Attended a meeting of Contact Group Foreign Ministers. February 5, 1999
France Paris, Rambouillet Met with Contact Group Foreign Ministers and with the delegations to the Kosovo peace conference. February 13–14, 1999
Mexico Merida Accompanied President Clinton during a State Visit. February 15, 1999
France Paris, Rambouillet Attended the Kosovo peace conference. February 20–23, 1999
China Beijing Met with President Jiang Zemin and senior Chinese officials. February 28–March 2, 1999
Thailand Chiang Mai, Bangkok Visited the Hill Tribes Institute in Chiang Mai; met with senior Thai officials. March 2–4, 1999
Indonesia Jakarta Met with senior Indonesian officials and East Timor leader Xanana Gusmao. March 4–5, 1999
United Kingdom London Discussed the U.S. peace plan for Kosovo with special envoy Dole and Foreign Secretary Cook. March 6, 1999
Guatemala Antigua Guatemala Attended Central American Summit Meeting. March 10–11, 1999
Belgium Brussels Attended NATO Ministerial meeting on the Kosovo crisis. April 11–13, 1999
Norway Oslo Met with Russian Foreign Minister Ivanov. April 13, 1999
Belgium Brussels Accompanied President Clinton to meetings with senior NATO officials. May 4, 1999
Germany Bonn Attended a G-8 Foreign Ministers meeting on the Kosovo conflict. May 4–6, 1999
Germany Bonn, Cologne Attended a G-8 Foreign Ministers meeting on the Kosovo conflict and the G-8 and U.S.-EU Ministerial meetings; met with Kosovar political leaders. June 6–11, 1999
Belgium Brussels Briefed senior NATO officials on the Kosovo peace agreement. June 8, 1999
Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Skopje, Stenkovec I Visited a refugee camp and addressed U.S. military personnel. June 11, 1999
Finland Helsinki Met with the Russian Foreign and Defense Ministers to discuss a Russian role in peacekeeping in Kosovo; met with President Atisaari. June 17–18, 1999
France Paris Met with senior French officials. June 19–20, 1999
Germany Cologne Attended G-8 Economic Summit meeting. June 20–21, 1999
Slovenia Ljubljana Accompanied President Clinton and met with Montenegrin President Djukanovic. June 21–22, 1999
Bulgaria Sofia Working visit. June 22, 1999
Romania Bucharest Working visit. June 22, 1999
Austria Vienna Vacation. July 1–10, 1999
Japan Tokyo Stopped en route to ASEAN Ministerial meetings. July 23–24, 1999
Singapore Singapore Attended ASEAN Regional Forum, ASEAN Post-Ministerial Conference, and trilateral ministerial consultations with Japan and South Korea. Met with Russian Foreign Minister Ivanov. July 24–27, 1999
Bahrain Dhahran Stopped en route to Rome. July 27, 1999
Italy Rome, Aviano Met with Foreign Minister Dini. Joined President Clinton July 30 at Aviano Air Force Base for visit to Sarajevo. July 28–30, 1999
Vatican City Met with Secretary for Relations with States Tauran. July 28, 1999
Serbia-Montenegro (Kosovo) Pristina Met with UN and NATO officials, U.S. military personnel, and representatives of the people of Kosovo. July 29, 1999
Bosnia-Herzegovina Sarajevo Attended Stability Pact Leaders Conference. July 30, 1999
Italy Aviano Stopped en route to U.S. from Sarajevo. July 30, 1999
Morocco Rabat Met with King Mohammed VI and Prime Minister Youssoufi. September 1–2, 1999
Egypt Alexandria Met with President Mubarak, Foreign Minister Moussa, and Palestinian Authority Chairman Arafat. September 2, 1999
Israel Tel Aviv, Jerusalem Discussed the Israeli-Palestinian peace process with senior Israeli officials. September 2–4, 1999
Palestinian Authority Gaza Discussed the Israeli-Palestinian peace process with senior Palestinian Authority officials. September 3, 1999
Syria Damascus Discussed the Israeli-Palestinian peace process with President Assad and Foreign Minister Sharaa. September 4, 1999
Lebanon Beirut Met with Prime Minister al-Hoss. September 4, 1999
Egypt Sharm el-Sheikh Attended the signing of the Israel-Palestinian Peace Process Agreement. September 4, 1999
Israel Jerusalem Overnight stop before traveling to Turkey. September 4–5, 1999
Turkey Istanbul, Izmit Discussed disaster relief with Foreign Minister Cem. September 5, 1999
Vietnam Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City Met with senior Vietnamese officials and opened new U.S. Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City. September 6–8, 1999
New Zealand Auckland Attended APEC Ministerial and Leaders meetings. September 8–13, 1999
Guinea Conakry Met with President Conte. October 18, 1999
Sierra Leone Freetown, Murray Town Met with President Kabbah, former rebel leaders, and ECOMOG and UNOMSIL officials; visited the Amputee and War Wounded Camp at Murray Town. October 18, 1999
Mali Bamako Met with President Konare and reviewed ACRI forces. October 18–19, 1999
Nigeria Abuja, Kano Met with President Obasanjo, senior Nigerian officials, representatives of ECOWAS, and officials and political leaders of northern Nigeria. October 19–20, 1999
Kenya Nairobi Met with President Moi and inaugurated a new Embassy building. Also met with IGAD representatives and representatives of Sudanese civil society. October 20–23, 1999
Tanzania Dar es Salaam Attended the state funeral of former President Nyerere. Met with President Mkapa and President Buyoya of Burundi. October 21, 1999
Norway Oslo Accompanied President Clinton on a State visit to commemorative ceremony for former Israeli Prime Minister Rabin. November 1–2, 1999
Turkey Ankara, Ephesus, Istanbul Accompanied President Clinton on a State visit; attended OSCE Summit meeting in Istanbul. November 14–19, 1999
Greece Athens Accompanied President Clinton on a State visit. November 19–20, 1999
Italy Florence Accompanied President Clinton to conference on Progressive Governance for the 21st Century. November 20–21, 1999
Slovakia Bratislava Met with President Schuster, Prime Minister Dzurinda, and other senior officials. November 22, 1999
Bulgaria Sofia Joined President Clinton for meetings with senior Bulgarian officials. November 22–23, 1999
Serbia-Montenegro (Kosovo) Pristina Accompanied President Clinton; visited refugee camps. November 23, 1999
Saudi Arabia Riyadh Met with King Fahd and Crown Prince Abdullah. December 6–7, 1999
Syria Damascus Met with President Assad and Foreign Minister Sharaa. December 7, 1999
Israel Jerusalem Met with Prime MInister Barak and senior Israeli officials. December 7–9, 1999
Palestinian Authority Bethlehem, Ramallah Met with Chairman Arafat. December 8, 1999
Egypt Sharm el-Sheikh Met with President Mubarak and Foreign Minister Moussa. December 9, 1999
Germany Berlin Attended G-8 Foreign Ministers meeting; met with President Djukanovic of Montenegro and Serbian opposition leaders. December 17, 1999
France Paris Met with Foreign Minister Vedrine. December 17–18, 1999
Colombia Cartagena Discussed anti-narcotics assistance with President Pastrana. January 14–15, 2000
Panama Panama City Met with President Moscoso; visited Panama Canal. January 15, 2000
Mexico Oaxaca Met with Foreign Minister Green. January 15–16, 2000
Switzerland Davos Attended meeting of the World Economic Forum. January 29–31, 2000
Russia Moscow Official visit; led U.S. delegtaion to Multilateral Steering Group. January 31–February 2, 2000
Croatia Zagreb Met with Prime Minister Racan and Croatian political leaders. February 2, 2000
Croatia Zagreb Led the U.S. delegation to the inauguration of President Mesic. Met with Serbian opposition leaders. February 18–19, 2000
Albania Tirana Met with President Meidani and Prime Minister Meta; addressed the Albanian Parliament. February 19, 2000
Portugal Lisbon Attended U.S.-European Union Ministerial meeting. March 4–5, 2000
Czech Republic Prague, Brno, Hodinin Met with President Havel and senior officials, commemorated the 150th birthday of former President Thomas Masaryk; met with representatives of Serbian NGOs. March 5–8, 2000
Bosnia-Herzegovina Sarajevo, Brcko, Banja Luka Met with Bosnian political leaders and International community representatives; inaugurated Brcko Statute. March 8–9, 2000
Belgium Brussels Met with European Union representatives; dedicated new USEU chancery. March 9–10, 2000
Italy Venice Attended Aspen Institute Italia "European Dialogue" conference; met with Foreign Minister Dini. March 18–19, 2000
India New Delhi, Agra Accompanied President Clinton. March 19–23, 2000
Bangladesh Dhaka Accompanied President Clinton. March 20, 2000
Switzerland Geneva Addressed the UN Human Rights Commission; met with Foreign Minister Deiss. March 23, 2000
India Mumbai (Bombay) Accompanied President Clinton. March 24–25, 2000
Pakistan Islamabad Accompanied President Clinton to meetings with President Musharraf and senior officials. March 25, 2000
Oman Muscat Accompanied President Clinton. March 25, 2000
Switzerland Geneva Accompanied President Clinton to meetings with President Assad of Syria. March 26, 2000
Ukraine Kiev Met with President Kuchma and Foreign Minister Trasyuk. April 14–15, 2000
Kazakhstan Astana, Almaty Official visit. Met with President Nazarbayev and senior officials. April 15–16, 2000
Kyrgyzstan Bishkek Official visit. Met with President Akayev. April 16, 2000
Uzbekistan Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara Met with President Kamilov, senior officials, and members of non-governmental organizations. April 16–19, 2000
Italy Florence Attended NATO Foreign Ministers' meeting; NATO-Russia Permanent Joint Council, Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council, and NATO-Ukraine Commission meetings. May 24–26, 2000
United Kingdom London Addressed the London School of Economics. May 26, 2000
Portugal Lisbon Accompanied President Clinton to the U.S.-EU Summit Meeting and to a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Barak. May 30–June 1, 2000
Germany Berlin, Aachen Accompanied President Clinton. June 1–3, 2000
Russia Moscow Accompanied President Clinton to a Summit meeting. June 3–5, 2000
Israel Jerusalem Discussed the Middle East peace process with Prime Minister Barak and senior Israeli officials. June 5–7, 2000
Palestinian Authority Ramallah Discussed the Middle East peace process with Chairman Arafat. June 6, 2000
Egypt Cairo Met with President Mubarak and the Foreign Ministers of Egypt, Syria, and Oman. June 7, 2000
Ireland Shannon Stopped en route return to Washington. June 7, 2000
Syria Damascus Attended the funeral of President Assad. June 13, 2000
China Beijing Met with President Jiang Zemin and senior Chinese officials. June 22–23, 2000
Korea, Republic of Seoul Met with President Kim Dae Jung and senior Korean officials. June 23–24, 2000
Poland Warsaw, Gdansk Attended Ministerial Panel on Democracy and International Organizations and the World Forum on Democracy; received an honorary degree from the University of Gdansk. June 24–27, 2000
Israel Jerusalem Discussed the Middle East peace process with Prime Minister Barak and senior Israeli officials. June 27–29, 2000
Palestinian Authority Ramallah Discussed the Middle East peace process with Chairman Arafat. June 28, 2000
Germany Berlin Delivered an address on democracy in the Balkans. June 29, 2000
Thailand Bangkok Attended ASEAN Regional Forum and Post-Ministerial Conference; met with North Korean Foreign Minister Paek Nam Sun. July 28–29, 2000
Japan Tokyo, Miyazaki Met with Prime Minister Mori and Foreign Minister Kono; attended the dedication of Albright Hall in Miyazaki. July 29–31, 2000
Russia Yekaterinburg Stopped en route to Rome. July 31, 2000
Italy Rome Met with Foreign Minister Dini and Montenegrin President Djukanovic. July 31–August 2, 2000
Vatican City Briefed Foreign Minister Tauran on the Middle East peace process. August 1, 2000
Ireland Shannon Stopped en route to the United States. August 2, 2000
Brazil Brasilia Met with President Cardoso and Foreign Minister Lampreia. August 15, 2000
Argentina Buenos Aires Met with President De la Rua and Foreign Minister Giavarini. August 15–17, 2000
Chile Santiago Met with President Lagos and Foreign Minister Alvear. August 17–18, 2000
Bolivia La Paz Met with President Banzer and Foreign Minister de la Rocha. August 18, 2000
Ecuador Quito Met with President Noboa and the Foreign and Defense Ministers. August 18–19, 2000
Netherlands Curacao (Antilles) Stopped en route to Washington. August 19, 2000
Colombia Cartagena Accompanied President Clinton. August 30, 2000
Iceland Reykjavik, Keflavik Discussed NATO issues with Foreign Minister Asgrimsson. September 30, 2000
France Bordeaux, Paris Opened American Presence Post at Bordeaux; attended U.S.-EU Ministerial Meeting and met with President Chirac. October 1–3, 2000
Germany Dresden Attended ceremonies commemorating the 10th anniversary of German reunification. October 3, 2000
France Paris Discussed the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with Prime Minister Barak and Chairman Arafat. October 3–5, 2000
Egypt Sharm el-Sheikh Discussed the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with President Mubarak, Foreign Minister Moussa, and Chairman Arafat. October 5, 2000
Egypt Sharm el-Sheikh Accompanied President Clinton to the Israeli-Palestinian Summit Meeting. October 16–17, 2000
Saudi Arabia Riyadh Discussed the Middle East peace process with King Fahd and senior officials; also met with Syrian President Bashar Assad. October 17–18, 2000
Korea, North Pyongyang Met with President Kim Jong Il and senior officials. October 23–25, 2000
Korea, Republic of Seoul Met with President Kim Dae Jung and the Foreign Ministers of South Korea and Japan. October 25–26, 2000
Brunei Darussalam Bandar Seri Begawan Accompanied President Clinton to the APEC Leaders' Meeting. November 14–16, 2000
Austria Vienna Attended OSCE Ministerial Council meeting. November 26–27, 2000
Mexico Mexico, D.F. Led the U.S. delegation to the inauguration of President Fox. November 30–December 2, 2000
South Africa Cape Town, Pretoria Met with President Mbeki and Foreign Minister Zuma; delivered addresses on public health issues. December 7–9, 2000
Mauritius Port Louis Met with Prime Minister Jugnauth. December 9–10, 2000
Botswana Gaborone Met with President Mogai and Foreign Minister Marafhe. December 10–12, 2000
Algeria Algiers Witnessed the signing of the Ethiopia-Eritrea Peace Agreement. December 12, 2000
Hungary Budapest Met with Prime Minister Orban and Foreign Minister Martony; received an honorary degree from Szeged University. December 12–13, 2000
Belgium Brussels Attended NATO and NATO-Russia Permanent Joint Council Ministerial meetings. December 13–16, 2000
Spain Madrid Met with King Juan Carlos and signed Joint Declaration. January 11, 2001
France Paris Met with Foreign Minister Vedrine and other European Foreign Ministers. January 11–13, 2001