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David Dean Rusk

Country Locale Remarks Date
Thailand Bangkok Attended the Seventh Annual Meeting of the SEATO Council of Ministers. March 26–30, 1961
India New Delhi Met with Prime Minister Nehru. March 30, 1961
Turkey Ankara Attended CENTO Ministerial Council Meeting. April 26–29, 1961
Norway Oslo Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. May 6–10, 1961
Switzerland Geneva Attended 14-nation Conference on Laos. May 10–21, 1961
France Paris Accompanied President Kennedy on State visit. May 31–June 3, 1961
Austria Vienna Accompanied President Kennedy to talks with Soviet Premier Khrushchev. June 3–4, 1961
United Kingdom London Accompanied President Kennedy during a private visit. June 4–6, 1961
France Paris Attended a Foreign Ministers meeting on Berlin and met with the NATO Permanent Council. August 4–9, 1961
Italy Rome, Milan, Cadenabbia Met with Italian Prime Minister Fanfani and Foreign Minister Segni, and, on August 10, with German Chancellor Adenauer. August 9–10, 1961
Japan Hakone Attended a meeting of U.S.-Japan Joint Committee on Trade and Economic Affairs. November 1–4, 1961
Korea, Republic of Seoul Met with President Park and senior Korean officials. November 4–5, 1961
France Paris Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. December 10–16, 1961
Spain Madrid Met with Generalissimo Franco and Foreign Minister Castiella. December 16, 1961
United Kingdom Bermuda Accompanied President Kennedy to a meeting with Prime Minister Macmillan. December 20–22, 1961
Uruguay Punta del Este Attended the 8th Meeting of Consultation of the American Foreign Ministers. January 20–February 1, 1962
Switzerland Geneva Attended 18-nation Disarmament Conference. March 10–27, 1962
United Kingdom London Attended CENTO Ministerial Council Meeting. April 29–May 2, 1962
Greece Athens Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. May 2–6, 1962
Australia Canberra Attended ANZUS Council Meeting. May 8–9, 1962
New Zealand Wellington Met with senior New Zealand officials. May 10–11, 1962
France Paris Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. June 19–21, 1962
Germany West Berlin Met with Mayor Brandt and signed city's Golden Book. June 21, 1962
Germany, Federal Republic of Bonn Discussed the Berlin crisis with Chancellor Adenauer and Foreign Minister Schroeder. June 21–23, 1962
Italy Rome Met with President Segni, Premier Fanfani, and senior Italian officials. June 23–24, 1962
United Kingdom London, Oxford Met with Prime Minister Macmillan and Foreign Secretary Home. Received an honorary degree from Oxford University. June 24–27, 1962
Portugal Lisbon Discussed extension of U.S. base rights in the Azores. June 27–28, 1962
Switzerland Geneva Attended the Conference on Laos. July 20–25, 1962
Canada Ottawa Met with Prime Minister Diefenbaker and Secretary for External Affairs Green. August 24–26, 1962
France Paris Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. December 11–16, 1962
Ireland Dublin Stopped while returning to U.S. December 16, 1962
Costa Rica San Jose Accompanied President Kennedy to the Conference of the Presidents of Central American Republics. March 18–20, 1963
France Paris Attended SEATO Ministerial Council Meeting. April 7–11, 1963
Turkey Ankara Met with President Gursel, Premier Inonu, and senior Turkish officials. April 27–28, 1963
Iran Tehran Met with Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi and Foreign Minister Aram. April 28–29, 1963
Pakistan Karachi Attended CENTO Ministerial Meeting. April 29–May 2, 1963
India New Delhi Met with Prime Minister Nehru. May 2–4, 1963
Yugoslavia Belgrade Met with President Tito; returned official visit by the Yugoslav Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. May 4–5, 1963
Canada Ottawa Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. May 20–24, 1963
Germany, Federal Republic of Bonn, Frankfurt Accompanied President Kennedy. June 23–26, 1963
Germany West Berlin Accompanied President Kennedy. June 26, 1963
United Kingdom London Accompanied President Kennedy. June 27–30, 1963
Italy Rome, Naples Accompanied President Kennedy. June 30–July 2, 1963
U.S.S.R. Moscow, Gagra Signed the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. August 3–10, 1963
Germany, Federal Republic of Bonn Discussed the Test Ban Treaty with Chancellor Adenauer and Foreign Minister Schroeder. August 10–11, 1963
Germany, Federal Republic of Bonn, Frankfurt Dedicated a memorial to General George C. Marshall in Frankfurt. October 25–27, 1963
France Paris Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. December 13–18, 1963
United Kingdom London Met with Foreign Secretary Butler. December 18–19, 1963
Japan Tokyo Attended a meeting of Joint U.S.-Japan Committee on Trade and Economic Affairs. January 24–28, 1964
Korea, Republic of Seoul Met with President Park. January 29, 1964
Philippines Manila Attended SEATO Ministerial Council Meeting. April 11–16, 1964
Republic of China Taipei Met with President Chiang. April 16–17, 1964
Vietnam Saigon Met with President Khanh and conferred with U.S. officials. April 17–19, 1964
Canada Ottawa Attended a meeting of the Joint U.S.-Canadian Committee on Trade and Economic Affairs. April 30, 1964
Belgium Brussels Met with Foreign Minister Spaak and officials of the European Economic Community. May 8–10, 1964
Netherlands The Hague Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. May 10–14, 1964
India New Delhi Attended the funeral of Prime Minister Nehru. May 28–30, 1964
Thailand Bangkok Met with Prime MinisterKittikachorn and Foreign Minister Khoman. May 31, 1964
Vietnam Saigon Met with Premier Khanh and senior Vietnamese officials. May 31, 1964
Iceland Reykjavik Overnight stop en route to Paris. December 12–13, 1964
France Paris Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. December 13–17, 1964
United Kingdom London Attended the funeral of former Prime Minister Churchill. January 28–30, 1965
Iran Tehran Attended CENTO Ministerial Meeting. April 6–9, 1965
Switzerland Geneva Conferred with U.S. Ambassadors to Middle Eastern countries. April 9, 1965
United Kingdom London, Runnymede Attended NATO meeting and dedication of JFK Memorial. May 12–14, 1965
Austria Vienna Attended anniversary ceremonies for Austrian State Treaty. May 15, 1965
Venezuela Caracas Met with President Leoni. November 13–14, 1965
Argentina Buenos Aires Met with Foreign Minister Zavala Ortiz. November 15–16, 1965
Uruguay Montevideo Met with President Beltran. November 16, 1965
Brazil Rio de Janeiro Attended the Second Special Inter-American Conference. November 16–24, 1965
Paraguay Asuncion Met with President Stroessner while returning to U.S. November 24, 1965
France Paris Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. December 13–16, 1965
Spain Madrid Met with Generalissimo Franco and senior Spanish officials. December 16, 1965
India New Delhi Attended funeral of Prime Minister Shastri. January 12–13, 1966
Thailand Bangkok Met with senior Thai officials. January 14, 1966
Vietnam Saigon Met with Premier Ky and Foreign Minister Do. January 15, 1966
Philippines Manila Met with President Marcos. Returned to Washington January 19. January 16, 1966
Mexico Mexico, D.F. Accompanied President Johnson on an informal visit. Dedicated a statue of President Lincoln. April 15–16, 1966
Turkey Ankara Attended CENTO Ministerial Council Meeting. April 19–22, 1966
Finland Helsinki Met with Foreign Minister Karjalainin. May 31–June 1, 1966
Norway Bodo, Oslo Met with Prime Minister Borten. June 1–3, 1966
Belgium Brussels Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. June 3–8, 1966
Germany, Federal Republic of Bonn Met with Chancellor Erhard and senior German officials. June 8–9, 1966
United Kingdom London Met with Prime Minister Wilson. June 9–10, 1966
Australia Canberra Attended SEATO and ANZUS Council Meetings. June 25–July 2, 1966
Philippines Manila Met with President Marcos. July 2, 1966
Republic of China Taipei Met with President Chiang and seniro Chinese Nationalist officials. July 3–4, 1966
Japan Kyoto, Tokyo Attended a meeting of U.S.-Japan Committee on Trade and Economic Affairs. July 4–7, 1966
Korea, Republic of Seoul Met with President Park and signed an agreement on the status of U.S. forces. July 8–9, 1966
Mexico Mexico, D.F. Attended the inauguration of a new Foreign Office building. September 30–October 1, 1966
Japan Yokota Stopped en route to Manila. October 21, 1966
Philippines Manila Attended the Seven-Nation Conference on Vietnam. October 21–27, 1966
Vietnam Cam Ranh Bay Accompanied President Johnson on a visit to U.S. military personnel. October 26, 1966
Thailand Bangkok Accompanied President Johnson on a State visit. October 27–30, 1966
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Accompanied President Johnson on a State visit. October 30–31, 1966
Korea, Republic of Seoul Accompanied President Johnson on a State visit. October 31–November 2, 1966
Mexico Ciudad Acuna Accompanied President Johnson on a visit to the Amistad Dam. December 3, 1966
Japan Tokyo Met with senior Japanese officials. December 5–7, 1966
Republic of China Taipei Met with President Chiang and senior Chinese Nationalist officials. December 7–9, 1966
Vietnam Saigon Met with Foreign Minister Do and senior Vietnamese officials. December 9–11, 1966
Thailand Bangkok Met with Foreign Minister Khoman and senior Thai officials. December 11–12, 1966
India New Delhi Met with Foreign Minister Chagla. December 12, 1966
Iran Tehran Met with senior Iranian officials. December 12–13, 1966
France Paris Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. December 13–16, 1966
Argentina Buenos Aires Attended the Third Special Inter-American Conference. February 14–21, 1967
Uruguay Punta del Este Attended the conference of OAS Heads of State and Foreign Ministers. April 7–14, 1967
Germany, Federal Republic of Bonn, Cologne Accompanied President Johnson to the funeral of Chancellor Adenauer. April 23–26, 1967
Luxembourg Luxembourg Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. June 12–14, 1967
Ireland Shannon Met with Irish Foreign Minister Aiken. June 14, 1967
Belgium Brussels Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. December 10–15, 1967
New Zealand Wellington Attended SEATO, ANZUS, and Seven-Nation Meetings. March 30–April 5, 1968
Iceland Reykjavik Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. June 22–26, 1968
Germany, Federal Republic of Bonn Met with Chancellor Kiesinger. June 26, 1968
Belgium Brussels Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. November 12–16, 1968
Spain Madrid Met with Generalissimo Franco and Foreign Minister Castiella. November 16–18, 1968
Portugal Lisbon Met with Premier Caetano and Foreign Minister Franco Nogueira. November 18–19, 1968