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James Addison Baker III

Country Locale Remarks Date
Canada Ottawa Accompanied President Bush on a working visit. February 10, 1989
Iceland Reykjavik Met with Foreign Minister Hannibalsson. February 11, 1989
United Kingdom London Met with Foreign Secretary Howe. February 11–12, 1989
Germany, Federal Republic of Bonn Discussed modernization of short-range NATO nuclear missiles with Foreign Minister Genscher. February 12–14, 1989
Denmark Copenhagen Met with Foreign Minister Ellemann-Jensen. February 13, 1989
Norway Oslo Met with Prime Minister Brundtland and Foreign Minister Stoltenberg. February 13, 1989
Turkey Ankara Met with Prime Minister Ozal and Foreign Minister Yilmaz. February 14, 1989
Greece Athens Met with Prime Minister Papandreou and Foreign Minister Papoulias. February 14, 1989
Italy Rome Met with Foreign Minister Andreotti. February 14–15, 1989
Spain Madrid Met with Foreign Minister Fernandez-Ordonez. February 15, 1989
Portugal Lisbon Met with Prime Minister Cavaco Silva and Foreign Minister Pinheiro. February 15, 1989
Belgium Brussels Met with Foreign Minister Tindemans and NATO officials. February 15–17, 1989
Luxembourg Luxembourg Met with Prime Minister Santer and Foreign Minister Poos. February 16, 1989
Netherlands The Hague Met with Foreign Minister van den Broek. February 16, 1989
France Paris Met with Prime Minister Rocard and Foreign Minister Dumas. February 17, 1989
Japan Tokyo Accompanied President Bush. February 23–25, 1989
Korea, Republic of Seoul Accompanied President Bush on an official visit. February 27, 1989
Austria Vienna Attended CSCE Meetings on confidence- and security-building measures and conventional armed forces in Europe. Met with Soviet Foreign Minister Shevardnadze. March 4–7, 1989
Finland Helsinki Overnight stop en route to Moscow. May 9–10, 1989
U.S.S.R. Moscow Met with President Gorbachev, senior Soviet officials, and human rights activists. May 10–11, 1989
Belgium Brussels Briefed NATO Foreign Ministers on his visit to Moscow. May 11–12, 1989
Italy Rome Accompanied President Bush. Also met with South African Foreign Minister Botha. May 26–28, 1989
Vatican City Audience with Pope John Paul II. May 27, 1989
Belgium Brussels Accompanied President Bush to NATO Summit Meeting. May 28–30, 1989
Germany, Federal Republic of Bonn Accompanied President Bush. May 30–31, 1989
United Kingdom London Accompanied President Bush. May 31–June 2, 1989
Japan Tokyo Attended the Multilateral Assistance Initiative for the Philippines conference. July 4–5, 1989
Brunei Darussalam Bandar Seri Begawan Attended ASEAN Post-Ministerial Meeting. July 5–8, 1989
Oman Muscat Stopped while traveling to Poland to join President Bush. July 8, 1989
Poland Warsaw, Gdansk Accompanied President Bush. July 9–11, 1989
Hungary Budapest Accompanied President Bush. July 11–13, 1989
France Paris Accompanied President Bush to the Economic Summit Meeting. July 13–17, 1989
Netherlands The Hague Accompanied President Bush. July 17–18, 1989
France Paris Attended the opening of the International Conference on Cambodia. Also met with Soviet Foreign Minister Shevardnadze. July 28–31, 1989
Mexico Mexico, D.F. Attended the 7th meeting of the U.S.-Mexico Binati August 6–7, 1989
Costa Rica San Jose Accompanied President Bush to Hemispheric Summit Meeting. October 27–28, 1989
Australia Sydney, Canberra Attended U.S.-Australian Bilateral Ministerial Meeting and Conference on Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation. November 1–8, 1989
Malta Valletta, Marsaxlokk Bay Accompanied President Bush to meetings with Soviet President Gorbachev. December 1–3, 1989
Belgium Brussels Accompanied President Bush to meetings with NATO heads of state and government. December 3–4, 1989
United Kingdom London Met with Prime Minister Thatcher and Foreign Secretary Hurd. December 11, 1989
Germany West Berlin Met with West German Chancellor Kohl; delivered a public address. December 11–12, 1989
German Democratic Republic Potsdam Met with East German Prime Minister Modrow and with religious leaders. December 12, 1989
Belgium Brussels Discussed aid to Eastern Europe with representatives of the Group of 24; attended a NATO Foreign Ministers Meeting. December 13–15, 1989
Netherlands Antilles St. Maartin Accompanied President Bush en route to meeting with French President Mitterrand. December 16, 1989
France St. Martin Island (West Indies) Accompanied President Bush to an informal meeting with President Mitterrand. December 16, 1989
Ireland Shannon Met with French Foreign Minister Dumas. February 6, 1990
Czechoslovakia Prague Met with President Havel; delivered an address at Charles University. February 6, 1990
U.S.S.R. Moscow Met with Soviet leaders; addressed the International Affairs Committee of the Supreme Soviet. February 7–10, 1990
Bulgaria Sofia Met with Bulgarian officials and opposition leaders. February 10–11, 1990
Romania Bucharest Met with Romanian officials and opposition leaders. February 11, 1990
Canada Ottawa Attended Open Skies Ministerial Conference of NATO and Warsaw Pact Foreign Ministers. February 11–13, 1990
Colombia Cartagena Accompanied President Bush to Drug Summit Meeting with the Presidents of Colombia, Bolivia, and Peru. February 15, 1990
Namibia Windhoek Attended Namibian independence ceremonies. Met with Soviet Foreign Minister Shevardnadze. March 19–22, 1990
South Africa Cape Town, Johannesburg, Soweto Met with President De Klerk, South African officials, and leaders of the African National Congress (ANC). March 22–23, 1990
Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire) Kinshasa Met with President Mobutu and with UNITA leader Savimbi. March 23–24, 1990
United Kingdom Bermuda Accompanied President Bush to an informal meeting with Prime Minister Thatcher. April 13–14, 1990
Belgium Brussels Met with NATO and European Community Foreign Ministers. May 3, 1990
Germany, Federal Republic of Bonn Attended Two-Plus-Four Ministerial Meeting on German reunification. May 4–6, 1990
Poland Warsaw Met with Polish officials and leaders of Solidarity. May 6, 1990
U.S.S.R. Moscow, Zagorsk, Radonezsh Attended pre-summit and arms reduction negotiations with senior Soviet officials. Also met with Egyptian President Mubarak and Lithuanian Prime Minister Prunskiene. May 15–19, 1990
Denmark Copenhagen Attended CSCE Meeting and met with Soviet Foreign Minister Shevardnadze. June 5–6, 1990
United Kingdom Turnberry (Scotland) Attended NATO Foreign Ministers meeting. June 6–8, 1990
Guatemala Guatemala City, Antigua Guatemala Met with Presidents of the Central American Republics. June 17–19, 1990
German Democratic Republic East Berlin Attended Two-Plus-Four Foreign Ministers Meeting. June 20–22, 1990
Ireland Shannon Met with Foreign Minister Collins. June 23, 1990
Belgium Brussels Attended meeting of the Group of 24. July 3–4, 1990
United Kingdom London Accompanied President Bush to NATO Summit Meeting. July 5–6, 1990
France Paris Attended Two-Plus-Four Foreign Ministers Meeting. July 16–18, 1990
Indonesia Jakarta Attended ASEAN Post-Ministerial Conference. July 26–29, 1990
Singapore Singapore Attended Second Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Meeting. July 29–31, 1990
U.S.S.R. Irkutsk Met with Foreign Minister Shevardnadze. July 31–August 2, 1990
Mongolia Ulaanbaatar Met with President Ochirbat and Foreign Minister Gombosuren. August 2–3, 1990
U.S.S.R. Moscow Met with Foreign Minister Shevardnadze; issued a joint statement on the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. August 3, 1990
Turkey Ankara Met with President Ozal and senior Turkish officials. August 8–9, 1990
Belgium Brussels Attended a special session of the North Atlantic Council. August 10, 1990
Saudi Arabia Jeddah, Taif Met with King Fahd and with Emir al-Sabah of Kuwait; discussed financing of U.S. military presence. Visited U.S. military personnel. September 6–7, 1990
United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Met with Sheikh al-Nahyan. September 7, 1990
Egypt Cairo, Alexandria Met with President Mubarak. Discussed increased Egyptian military commitment in the Persian Gulf. September 7–8, 1990
Finland Helsinki Accompanied President Bush to summit meeting with Soviet President Gorbachev. September 8–10, 1990
Belgium Brussels Briefed NATO Foreign Ministers on the U.S.-Soviet summit meeting and the Persian Gulf crisis. September 10, 1990
U.S.S.R. Moscow Met with President Gorbachev and Foreign Minister Shevardnadze. Attended Two-Plus-Four Foreign Ministers Meeting. Signed Treaty on the Final Settlement With Respect to Germany. September 10–13, 1990
Syria Damascus Met with President Assad and Foreign Minister Sharaa. September 13–14, 1990
Italy Rome Met with senior Italian officials. September 15, 1990
Germany, Federal Republic of Bonn, Ludwigshafen Met with Chancellor Kohl and Foreign Minister Genscher. September 15, 1990
Bahrain Manama Met with Amir Sheikh Isa bin Sulman al-Khalifa. November 4–5, 1990
Saudi Arabia Jeddah, Taif Met with King Fahd, Foreign Minister Prince Saud, and the Emir of Kuwait. Addressed U.S. military personnel. November 4–6, 1990
Egypt Cairo Met with President Mubarak and Chinese Foreign Minister Qian. November 6–7, 1990
Turkey Ankara Met with President Ozal. November 7, 1990
U.S.S.R. Moscow Met with President Gorbachev. November 7–9, 1990
United Kingdom London Met with Prime Minister Thatcher. November 9–10, 1990
France Paris Met with President Mitterrand. November 10, 1990
United Kingdom Bermuda Met with Canadian External Affairs Secretary Clark. November 13, 1990
Belgium Brussels Attended U.S.-European Community Meeting. November 16–17, 1990
Switzerland Geneva Discussed the Persian Gulf crisis with the Foreign Ministers of Ethiopia, Cote d'Ivoire, and Zaire. November 17, 1990
France Paris Discussed the Persian Gulf crisis with the Foreign Ministers of Romania, Finland, France, the United Kingdom, and the Soviet Union. Joined President Bush for meetings with Soviet President Gorbachev, CSCE Summit meeting, and signing of the Conventional Forces in Europe Treaty. November 17–21, 1990
Saudi Arabia Jeddah Accompanied President Bush to meetings with King Fahd and the Amir of Kuwait. November 21–22, 1990
Yemen Sana'a Discussed the Persian Gulf crisis with President Salih. November 22, 1990
Egypt Cairo Accompanied President Bush to meeting with President Mubarak. November 23, 1990
Colombia Bogota Discussed the Persian Gulf crisis with President Gaviria and Foreign Minister Jaramillo. November 24, 1990
Belgium Brussels Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. December 16–18, 1990
United Kingdom London Discussed the Persian Gulf crisis with Foreign Secretary Hurd, EC Chairman Poos, Spanish Foreign Minister Fernandez Ordonez, and NATO Secretary General Woerner. January 6–8, 1991
France Paris Discussed the Persian Gulf crisis with President Mitterrand and Foreign Minister Dumas. January 8, 1991
Germany Bonn Discussed the Persian Gulf crisis with Chancellor Kohl. January 8, 1991
Italy Milan Discussed the Persian Gulf crisis with Foreign Minister DeMichelis. January 8, 1991
Switzerland Geneva Discussed the Persian Gulf crisis with Iraqi Foreign Minister Aziz. January 8–10, 1991
Saudi Arabia Riyadh Discussed the Persian Gulf crisis with King Fahd and Foreign Minister Prince Saud. January 10–11, 1991
United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Discussed the Persian Gulf Emirates crisis with Sheikh Zayed. January 11, 1991
Saudi Arabia Taif Discussed the Persian Gulf crisis with the Amir of Kuwait. Addressed U.S. military personnel in eastern Saudi Arabia. January 11, 1991
Egypt Cairo Discussed the Persian Gulf crisis with President Mubarak and Foreign Minister Abdel-Meguid. January 11–12, 1991
Syria Damascus Discussed the Persian Gulf crisis with President Assad and Foreign Minister Sharaa. January 12, 1991
Turkey Incirlik, Ankara Discussed the Persian Gulf crisis with President Ozal and Foreign Minister Alptemocin. January 12–13, 1991
United Kingdom Alconbury Discussed the Persian Gulf crisis with Prime Minister Major. January 13, 1991
Canada Ottawa Discussed the Persian Gulf crisis with Prime Minister Mulroney. January 13–14, 1991
Saudi Arabia Taif, Riyadh Met with the Amir of Kuwait and with the Foreign Ministers of Egypt, Syria, and the Gulf Cooperation Council. March 8–10, 1991
Egypt Cairo Met with President Mubarak. March 10–11, 1991
Israel Jerusalem, Karmeil Discussed the Middle East peace process with President Herzog, Prime Minister Shamir, Foreign Minister Levy, and Palestinian representatives. March 11–13, 1991
Syria Damascus Discussed the Middle East peace process with President Assad and Foreign Minister Sharaa. March 13–14, 1991
U.S.S.R. Moscow Met with President Gorbachev and Foreign Minister Bessmertnkyh. March 14–16, 1991
Turkey Ankara Met with President Ozal and senior Turkish officials. March 16, 1991
Turkey Ankara, Diyarbakir, Cukurca, Uzumlu Discussed emergency aid to Kurdish refugees with President Ozal; visited refugee camps. April 7–8, 1991
Israel Jerusalem Discussed the Middle East peace process with Prime Minister Shamir, Israeli officials, and a Palestinian delegation. April 8–10, 1991
Egypt Cairo Discussed the Middle East peace process with President Mubarak, Foreign Minister Abdel-Meguid, and Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud. April 10–11, 1991
Syria Damascus Discussed the Middle East peace process with President Assad, Foreign Minister Sharaa, and Tunisian Foreign Minister Ben Yahya. April 11–12, 1991
Switzerland Geneva Discussed the Middle East peace process with Jordanian Foreign Minister Masri. Also discussed aid to Kurdish refugees with heads of international relief agencies. April 12, 1991
Luxembourg Luxembourg Discussed aid to Kurdish refugees and the Middle East peace process with European Community Foreign Ministers. April 17–18, 1991
Israel Jerusalem Discussed the Middle East peace process with senior Israeli officials and Palestinian representatives. April 18–20, 1991
Jordan Aqaba Discussed the Middle East peace process with King Hussein. April 20, 1991
Egypt Cairo Discussed the Middle East peace process with President Mubarak and Foreign Minister Abdel-Meguid. April 20–21, 1991
Saudi Arabia Jeddah Discussed the Middle East peace process with King Fahd and Foreign Minister Prince Saud. April 21–22, 1991
Kuwait Kuwait City Discussed postwar economic assistance with the Amir and Crown Prince. April 22, 1991
Syria Damascus Discussed the Middle East peace process with Foreign Minister Sharaa. April 22–24, 1991
U.S.S.R. Kislovodsk Discussed the Middle East peace process and implementation of the CFE Treaty with Foreign Minister Bessmertnykh. April 24–25, 1991
Israel Jerusalem Discussed the Middle East peace process with Prime Minister Shamir. April 25–26, 1991
Syria Damascus Discussed the Middle East peace process with President Assad. May 11–12, 1991
Egypt Cairo Discussed the Middle East peace process with President Mubarak and Soviet Foreign Minister Bessmertnykh. May 12–14, 1991
Jordan Amman Discussed the Middle East peace process with King Hussein. May 14, 1991
Israel Jerusalem Discussed the Middle East peace process with Prime Minister Shamir and senior Israeli officials. May 14–16, 1991
Portugal Lisbon Witnessed the signing of the Angola Peace Accords. May 31–June 1, 1991
Denmark Copenhagen Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. June 5–7, 1991
Switzerland Geneva Met with Soviet Foreign Minister Bessmertnykh. June 7, 1991
Germany Berlin, Halle Attended CSCE Foreign Ministers' Meeting and discussed strategic arms reductions with Soviet Foreign Minister Bessmertnykh. June 17–21, 1991
Yugoslavia Belgrade Met with Prime Minister Markovic and with the presidents of the 6 republics. June 21–22, 1991
Albania Tirana Met with President Alia and senior officials; addressed the Albanian Parliament. June 22, 1991
United Kingdom London Attended Economic Summit Meeting and accompanied President Bush to meetings with Soviet President Gorbachev. July 15–18, 1991
Syria Damascus Discussed a Middle East peace conference with President Assad. July 18–19, 1991
Egypt Cairo, Alexandria Discussed a Middle East peace conference with President Mubarak. July 19–20, 1991
Saudi Arabia Jeddah Discussed a Middle East peace conference with King Fahd. July 20–21, 1991
Jordan Amman Discussed a Middle East peace conference with King Hussein. July 21, 1991
Israel Jerusalem Discussed a Middle East peace conference with Prime Minister Shamir, senior Israeli officials, and Palestinian representatives. July 21–22, 1991
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Attended meeting of ASEAN Foreign Ministers. July 23–25, 1991
Mongolia Ulaanbaatar Met with senior Mongolian officials, addressed the Mongolian Parliament, and observed wildlife in the Gobi Desert. July 25–29, 1991
U.S.S.R. Moscow Attended U.S.-Soviet Summit Meeting. July 29–August 1, 1991
Israel Jerusalem Discussed a Middle East peace conference with senior Israeli officials and Palestinian representatives. August 1–2, 1991
Jordan Amman Discussed a Middle East peace conference with King Hussein and Foreign Minister Masri. August 2–3, 1991
Morocco Rabat Discussed a Middle East peace conference with King Hassan II and Foreign Minister Filali. August 3–4, 1991
Tunisia Tunis Discussed a Middle East peace conference with President Ben Ali and Foreign Minister Benyahia. Returned to Morocco afterwards. August 4, 1991
Algeria Algiers Discussed a Middle East peace conference with President Benjedid and Foreign Minister Ghozali. August 5, 1991
Belgium Brussels Met with NATO Foreign Ministers to discuss the coup in the Soviet Union. August 21–22, 1991
Mexico Mexico, D.F. Attended meeting of the U.S.-Mexico Binational Commission. September 8–9, 1991
U.S.S.R. Moscow, St. Petersburg, Alma Ata Met with senior officials of the Soviet Union, the Russian Republic, and Kazakhstan. Attended the CSCE Conference on the Human Dimension. September 10–16, 1991
Estonia Tallinn Met with Chairman Ruutel and Prime Minister Savisaar. September 14, 1991
Latvia Riga Met with President Gorbunovs and Prime Minister Godmanis. September 14, 1991
Lithuania Vilnius Met with President Landsbergis and Prime Minister Vagnorius. September 14, 1991
Israel Jerusalem Discussed a Middle East peace conference with senior Israeli officials and Palestinian representatives. September 16–17, 1991
Egypt Cairo Discussed a Middle East peace conference with President Mubarak and Foreign Minister Amr Moussa. September 17–18, 1991
Syria Damascus Discussed a Middle East peace conference with President Assad and Foreign Minister Sharaa. September 18–19, 1991
Jordan Amman Discussed a Middle East peace conference with King Hussein. September 19–20, 1991
Syria Damascus Discussed a Middle East peace conference with President Assad. September 20, 1991
Egypt Cairo Discussed a Middle East peace conference with President Mubarak. October 13–14, 1991
Jordan Amman Discussed a Middle East peace conference with King Hussein. October 14–15, 1991
Syria Damascus Discussed a Middle East peace conference with President Assad. October 15–16, 1991
Israel Jerusalem Discussed a Middle East peace conference with senior Israeli officials and Palestinian representatives. Also met with Soviet Foreign Minister Pankin and announced a Middle East Peace Conference. October 16–19, 1991
Spain Madrid Discussed arrangements for a Middle East Peace Conference with senior Spanish officials. October 19, 1991
France Paris Attended the signing of the Cambodian Comprehensive Peace Accords and discussed normalization of relations with Vietnamese Foreign Minister Ngueyn. October 22–23, 1991
Spain Madrid Accompanied President Bush to a meeting with Soviet President Gorbachev and to the opening session of the Middle East Peace Conference. October 29–November 3, 1991
Italy Rome Accompanied President Bush to a NATO Summit Meeting. November 6–8, 1991
Netherlands The Hague Accompanied President Bush to an European Community Summit Meeting. November 8–9, 1991
Japan Tokyo Met with Prime Minister Miyazawa and Foreign Minister Watanabe. November 10–12, 1991
Korea, Republic of Seoul Attended Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Conference. November 12–15, 1991
China Beijing Met with President Yang and senior Chinese officials. November 15–17, 1991
U.S.S.R. Moscow Met with senior Soviet and Russian officials. December 15–17, 1991
Kirghizia Bishkek Met with President Akyev. December 17, 1991
Kazakhstan Alma Ata Met with President Nazarbayev. December 17, 1991
Byelorussia Minsk Soviet Chairman Shuskevich and Foreign Minister Kravchenko. December 18, 1991
Ukraine Kiev Met with President Kravchuk. December 18–19, 1991
Belgium Brussels Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting and met with Foreign Ministers of the European Community. December 19–21, 1991
Mexico Mexico, D.F. Attended the signing of the Salvadoran Peace Treaty. January 16, 1992
El Salvador San Salvador Addressed the Salvadoran National Assembly. January 16–17, 1992
Nicaragua Managua Met with President Chamorro. January 17, 1992
U.S.S.R. Moscow Attended Middle East peace conference. January 27–29, 1992
Czechoslovakia Prague Attended CSCE Council of Ministers Meeting. January 30, 1992
Germany Frankfurt Attended ceremonies inaugurating emergency aid to the former Soviet republics. February 9–10, 1992
Moldova Kishenev Met with President Snegur. February 11, 1992
Armenia Yerevan Met with President Ter-Petrossian. February 11–12, 1992
Azerbaijan Baku Met with President Mutalibov and discussed possible establishment of diplomatic relations. February 12, 1992
Tajikistan Dushanbe Met with President Nabiyev and discussed possible establishment of diplomatic relations. February 12, 1992
Turkmenistan Ashkhabad Met with President Niyazov. February 12–13, 1992
U.S.S.R. Yekaterinburg, Chelyabinsk-70 Met with former Soviet nuclear scientists. February 14–15, 1992
Uzbekistan Tashkent, Samarkand Met with President Karimov and Uzbek political leaders. February 15–16, 1992
U.S.S.R. Moscow Discussed strategic arms reductions with President Yeltsin and Foreign Minister Kozyrev. February 16–18, 1992
Belgium Brussels Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting and met with North Atlantic Cooperation Council Foreign Ministers. Discussed peace-keeping efforts in Yugoslavia with European Community Foreign Ministers, and strategic arms reductions with Russian Foreign Minister Kozyrev. March 9–11, 1992
United Kingdom London Met with Prime Minister Major. May 22–23, 1992
Portugal Lisbon Attended Conference on Assistance to the New Independent States. Signed protocol making Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Ukraine parties to the START Treaty. May 23–24, 1992
Georgia Tblisi Met with State Council Chairman Shevardnadze and Prime Minister Sigua. May 25–26, 1992
United Kingdom London Discussed strategic arms reductions with Russian Foreign Minister Kozyrev. June 11–12, 1992
Poland Warsaw Accompanied President Bush on a visit. July 5, 1992
Germany Munich Accompanied President Bush to the Economic Summit Meeting and to meetings with Russian President Yeltsin. July 5–8, 1992
Finland Helsinki Accompanied President Bush to the CSCE Summit Meeting. July 8–10, 1992
Israel Jerusalem Discussed the Middle East peace process with Prime Minister Rabin, Israeli officials, and Palestinian representatives. July 19–21, 1992
Jordan Amman Discussed the Middle East peace process and the Iraq crisis with King Hussein. July 21, 1992
Syria Damascus Discussed the Middle East peace process and the Iraq crisis with President Assad. July 21–22, 1992
Egypt Cairo Discussed the Middle East peace process and the Iraq crisis with President Mubarak. July 22, 1992
Syria Damascus Discussed the Middle East peace process and the Iraq crisis with President Assad. July 22–23, 1992
Lebanon Zahle Discussed the Middle East peace process and the Taif Accord with President Hrawi. July 23, 1992
Saudi Arabia Jeddah Discussed the Middle East peace process and the Iraq crisis with King Fahd and Foreign Minister Prince Saud. July 23–24, 1992
Maldives Malé Met with President Gayoom en route to the Philippines. July 24, 1992
Philippines Manila Attended ASEAN Post-Ministerial Conference. July 25–26, 1992