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George Pratt Shultz

Country Locale Remarks Date
Canada La Sapiniere Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. October 2–3, 1982
Mexico Tijuana Accompanied President Reagan to a meeting with President-elect De la Madrid. October 9, 1982
Canada Ottawa Met with Secretary for External Affairs MacEachen. October 24–25, 1982
Brazil Brasilia, Sao Paulo Accompanied President Reagan on an official working visit. November 30–December 3, 1982
Colombia Bogota Accompanied President Reagan on an official working visit. December 3, 1982
Costa Rica San Jose Accompanied President Reagan on an official working visit. December 3–4, 1982
Honduras San Pedro Sula Accompanied President Reagan on an official working visit. December 4, 1982
Germany, Federal Republic of Bonn Met with Chancellor Kohl and Foreign Minister Genscher. December 7–9, 1982
Belgium Brussels Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting and met with European Economic Community officials. December 8–11, 1982
Netherlands The Hague Met with Queen Beatrix and senior Dutch officials. December 11, 1982
Italy Rome Met with President Pertini and senior Italian officials. December 11–14, 1982
France Paris Met with President Mitterrand and senior French officials. December 14–15, 1982
Spain Madrid Met with Prime Minister Gonzalez and with Western delegates to the CSCE Meeting. December 15–16, 1982
United Kingdom London Met with Prime Minister Thatcher and Foreign Secretary Pym. December 16–19, 1982
Japan Tokyo Nakasone and Foreign Minister Abe. January 30–February 2, 1983
China Beijing Met with Chairman Deng, Premier Zhao, and senior Chinese officials. February 2–6, 1983
Korea, Republic of Seoul Met with President Chun and Prime Minister Kim. Visited American and Korean military personnel. February 6–8, 1983
United Kingdom Hong Kong Attended a meeting of Chiefs of U.S. Diplomatic Missions in Asia and the Pacific. February 8–9, 1983
Japan Tokyo Stopped while returning to U.S. February 10, 1983
Mexico Mexico, D.F. Attended the 3rd meeting of U.S.-Mexico Binational Commission. April 18–19, 1983
Egypt Cairo Attempted to negotiate the withdrawal of foreign forces from Lebanon. April 25–27, 1983
Israel Jerusalem Attempted to negotiate the withdrawal of foreign forces from Lebanon. April 27–28, 1983
Lebanon Beirut Attempted to negotiate the withdrawal of foreign forces from Lebanon. April 28, 1983
Israel Jerusalem Attempted to negotiate the withdrawal of foreign forces from Lebanon. April 28–30, 1983
Lebanon Beirut Attempted to negotiate the withdrawal of foreign forces from Lebanon. April 30–May 1, 1983
Israel Jerusalem Attempted to negotiate the withdrawal of foreign forces from Lebanon. May 1–3, 1983
Lebanon Beirut Attempted to negotiate the withdrawal of foreign forces from Lebanon. May 3–4, 1983
Israel Jerusalem Attempted to negotiate the withdrawal of foreign forces from Lebanon. May 4–6, 1983
Syria Damascus Discussed the proposed Israeli-Lebanon agreement with President Assad. May 6, 1983
Jordan Amman Discussed the proposed Israeli-Lebanon agreement with King Hussein. May 6–7, 1983
Saudi Arabia Jidda Discussed the proposed Israeli-Lebanon agreement with Foreign Minister Prince Saud. May 8, 1983
Israel Jerusalem, Tel Aviv Discussed the proposed Israeli-Lebanon agreement. May 8, 1983
Lebanon Beirut Discussed the proposed Israeli-Lebanon agreement. May 8, 1983
France Paris Attended OECD meeting. May 8–11, 1983
France Paris Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. June 9–10, 1983
Philippines Manila Met with President Marcos and senior Philippin officials. June 26, 1983
Thailand Bangkok Addressed the opening session of the ASEAN Post- Ministerial Meeting. June 26–29, 1983
India Agra, New Delhi Attended a meeting of the U.S.-Indian Joint Commission. June 30–July 2, 1983
Pakistan Islamabad, Peshawar Foreign Minister Yaqub Khan. Visited an Afghan refugee camp. July 2–4, 1983
Saudi Arabia Jidda Discussed means of withdrawing foreign forces from Lebanon. July 4–5, 1983
Lebanon Beirut Discussed means of withdrawing foreign forces from Lebanon. July 5, 1983
Syria Damascus Discussed means of withdrawing foreign forces from Lebanon. July 5–6, 1983
Israel Tel Aviv Discussed means of withdrawing foreign forces from Lebanon. July 6–7, 1983
Jordan Amman Discussed means of withdrawing foreign forces from Lebanon. July 7, 1983
Egypt Cairo Discussed means of withdrawing foreign forces from Lebanon. July 7, 1983
Mexico La Paz (Baja California) Accompanied President Reagan to a meeting with President de la Madrid. August 14, 1983
Spain Madrid Attended the final session of the CSCE Follow-up Meeting. Met with Soviet Foreign Minister Gromyko. September 7–9, 1983
Canada Halifax Signed the Great Lakes (Nova Scotia) Phosphorus Load Reduction Agreement. October 17–20, 1983
France Paris Discussed the Lebanon situation with the Foreign Ministers of France, Italy, and the United Kingdom. October 26–27, 1983
Japan Tokyo Accompanied President Reagan on a State visit. November 9–12, 1983
Korea, Republic of Seoul Accompanied President Reagan on a State visit. November 12–14, 1983
Germany, Federal Republic of Bonn Met with Chancellor Kohl and Foreign Minister enscher. December 6–7, 1983
Belgium Brussels Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. December 7–9, 1983
Tunisia Tunis Met with President Bourguiba and senior Tunisian oficials. December 9–10, 1983
Morocco Rabat Met with King Hassan II. December 10–12, 1983
Portugal Lisbon Signed a new agreement relating to economic and military assistance. December 12–13, 1983
United Kingdom London Met with Prime Minister Thatcher and Foreign Secretary Howe. January 15–16, 1984
Sweden Stockholm Attended the opening session of the Conference on Confidence- and Security-Building Measures and Disarmament in Europe. January 16–19, 1984
Norway Oslo Met with King Olav V and Foreign Minister Stray. January 19, 1984
El Salvador San Salvador Met with President Magana and senior Salvadoran officials. January 31, 1984
Venezuela Caracas Attended the inauguration of President Lusinchi and met with Central American Foreign Ministers. February 1–3, 1984
Brazil Brasilia Signed a bilateral science and technology agreement. February 3–7, 1984
Grenada St. George's Met with the Governor General and members of the interim government; attended 10th anniversary of independence celebrations. February 7, 1984
Barbados Bridgetown Met with representatives of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States. February 7–8, 1984
Bahamas Nassau Vacation. February 16–20, 1984
China Beijing, Xian, Shanghai Accompanied President Reagan on a State visit. April 26–May 1, 1984
Korea, Republic of Seoul Met with President Chun and senior Korean officials. May 1–2, 1984
Japan Tokyo Stopped while returning to U.S. May 2, 1984
El Salvador San Salvador Attended the inauguration of President Duarte. June 1, 1984
Nicaragua Managua Met with Comandante Ortega. June 1, 1984
Ireland Dublin Accompanied President Reagan. June 2–4, 1984
United Kingdom London Accompanied President Reagan to the Economic Summit Meeting. June 4–9, 1984
United Kingdom Hong Kong Met with British colonial officials. July 7–8, 1984
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Met with Prime Minister Mahathir and senior Malaysian officials. July 9–10, 1984
Singapore Singapore Met with Prime Minister Lee and senior officials. July 10–11, 1984
Indonesia Jakarta Attended ASEAN discussions. July 11–14, 1984
Australia Canberra Met with Prime Minister Hawke and Foreign Minister Hayden. July 14–15, 1984
New Zealand Wellington Attended ANZUS Council Meeting. July 15–17, 1984
El Salvador San Salvador Met with President Duarte and senior Salvadoran officials. October 10, 1984
Panama Panama City Attended the inauguration of President Barletta. October 10–11, 1984
Mexico Mexico, D.F. Met with President De la Madrid and senior Mexican officials. October 11–12, 1984
Canada Toronto Met with Secretary for External Affairs Clark. October 15–16, 1984
Brazil Brasilia Attended OAS General Assembly Meeting. November 10–13, 1984
United Kingdom Chevening Met with Foreign Secretary Howe. December 11–12, 1984
Belgium Brussels Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. December 12–15, 1984
Germany, Federal Republic of Ludwigshafen Met with Chancellor Kohl. December 15, 1984
Switzerland Geneva Discussed future strategic arms negotiations with Soviet Foreign Minister Gromyko. January 6–8, 1985
Bahamas Nassau Vacation. February 15–18, 1985
Ecuador Guayaquil Met with President Febres Cordero. February 28, 1985
Uruguay Montevideo Attended the inauguration of President Sanguinetti. Returned to Washington March 3. March 1–2, 1985
U.S.S.R. Moscow Accompanied Vice President Bush to the funeral of Soviet President Chernenko. March 12–13, 1985
Iceland Reykjavik Met with Foreign Minister Hallgrimsson while returning from Moscow. March 14, 1985
Canada Quebec Accompanied President Reagan. March 17–18, 1985
Germany, Federal Republic of Bonn Accompanied President Reagan to the Economic Summit Meeting and on a State visit. April 30–May 6, 1985
Spain Madrid Accompanied President Reagan on a State visit. May 6–8, 1985
France Strasbourg Accompanied President Reagan to the European Parliament. May 8, 1985
Portugal Lisbon Accompanied President Reagan on a State visit. May 8–10, 1985
Israel Tel Aviv, Jerusalem Discussed the Middle East peace process with Foreign Minister Shamir. May 10–12, 1985
Egypt Cairo Discussed the Middle East peace process with President Mubarak. May 12, 1985
Jordan Aqaba Discussed the Middle East peace process with King Hussein. May 12–13, 1985
Austria Vienna Attended ceremonies commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Austrian State Treaty. Met with Soviet Foreign Minister Gromyko. May 13–15, 1985
Portugal Lisbon Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. June 6–7, 1985
United Kingdom London Met with Prime Minister Thatcher. Attended a conference of U.S. Chiefs of Mission. Returned by way of Bermuda. June 7–8, 1985
United Kingdom Hong Kong Stopped en route to Thailand. July 6–7, 1985
Thailand Bangkok Met with Prime Minister Prem and senior Thai officials. Also visited Cambodian refugee camps on the Thai border. July 8–10, 1985
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Attended ASEAN Post-Ministerial consultation. July 10–12, 1985
Australia Perth, Canberra Attended ANZUS Ministerial Meeting. July 13–16, 1985
Fiji Nadi Met with Prime Minister Mara. July 16, 1985
Mexico Mexico, D.F. Attended a meeting of U.S.-Mexico Binational Commission. July 25–26, 1985
Finland Helsinki Attended ceremonies commemorating 10th anniversary of the Final Act of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe. Met with Soviet Foreign Minister Shevardnadze. July 29–August 1, 1985
Belgium Brussels Addressed a special meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers. October 15, 1985
Canada Calgary (Alberta) Met with Secretary for External Affairs Clark. October 27–28, 1985
Ireland Shannon Held a press conference while en route to Finland. November 2, 1985
Finland Helsinki Met with President Koivisto and Foreign Minister Vayrynen while en route to Moscow. November 3, 1985
U.S.S.R. Moscow Discussed preparations for the Geneva Summit Meeting. November 4–5, 1985
Iceland Reykjavik Met with Prime Minister Finnbogadottir and Foreign Minister Mathiesen. November 6, 1985
Switzerland Geneva Accompanied President Reagan to the Summit Meeting with Soviet General Secretary Gorbachev. November 16–21, 1985
Belgium Brussels Attended a special session of the North Atlantic Council. November 21, 1985
Colombia Cartagena Attended the opening session of OAS General Assembly. December 1, 1985
United Kingdom London Met with Prime Minister Thatcher and Foreign Secretary Howe. December 10–11, 1985
Belgium Brussels Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting and a U.S.-European Community Ministerial Meeting. December 11–13, 1985
Germany, Federal Republic of Bonn Met with Chancellor Kohl and Foreign Minister Genscher. December 13–14, 1985
Germany West Berlin Addressed the Berlin Press Conference and signed the Golden Book. December 14–15, 1985
Romania Bucharest Met with President Ceausescu and senior Romanian officials. December 15, 1985
Hungary Budapest Met with First Secretary Kadar and senior Hungarian officials. December 15–17, 1985
Yugoslavia Belgrade Met with Prime Minister Planinc and Foreign Affairs Secretary Dizdarevic. December 17–18, 1985
Mexico Mexicali Accompanied President Reagan to a meeting with President de la Madrid. January 3, 1986
Bahamas Nassau Vacation. February 12–17, 1986
Grenada St. George's Accompanied President Reagan. February 20, 1986
Sweden Stockholm Attended the funeral of Prime Minister Palme and met with Soviet Premier Ryzhkov. March 14–16, 1986
France Paris Met with President Mitterrand and Prime Minister Chirac. March 21, 1986
Turkey Istanbul, Ankara Discussed economic and defense matters with Prime Minister Ozal and senior Turkish officials. March 22–25, 1986
Greece Athens Discussed defense issues with Prime Minister Papandreou and senior Greek officials. March 25–28, 1986
Italy Rome Met with Prime Minister Craxi and senior Italian officials. March 28–30, 1986
Vatican City Audience with Pope John Paul II. March 29, 1986
Indonesia Bali Accompanied President Reagan to ASEAN Ministerial Meeting. April 29–May 2, 1986
Japan Tokyo Accompanied President Reagan to the Economic Summit Meeting. May 2–7, 1986
Korea, Republic of Seoul Met with President Chun and senior Korean officials. May 7–8, 1986
Philippines Manila Met with President Aquino and Vice President Laurel. May 8–9, 1986
Canada Halifax Attended NATO Ministerial (Nova Scotia) M May 29–30, 1986
United Kingdom Hong Kong Stopped en route to China. June 21–23, 1986
Singapore Singapore Met with Prime Minister Lee and senior officials. June 23–24, 1986
Brunei Darussalam Bandar Seri Begawan Met with Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah. June 24, 1986
Philippines Manila Attended ASEAN Post-Ministerial Meeting. Also met with New Zealand Prime Minister Lange. June 24–28, 1986
Palau Koror Met with Prime Minister Selii. June 28, 1986
Colombia Bogota Attended the inauguration of President Barco. August 6–7, 1986
Haiti Port-au-Prince Met with President Namphy. August 15, 1986
Dominican Republic Santo Domingo Attended the inauguration of President Balaguer. August 15, 1986
Iceland Reykjavik Accompanied President Reagan to a meeting with Soviet General Secretary Gorbachev. October 9–12, 1986
Belgium Brussels Briefed NATO Foreign Ministers on the U.S.-Soviet pre-summit meeting. October 13, 1986
El Salvador San Salvador Met with President Duarte. Assessed earthquake damage. October 16, 1986
Austria Vienna Attended the opening of the Follow-up Meeting of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe. November 4–6, 1986
France Paris Met with Prime Minister Chirac. November 6, 1986
Guatemala Guatemala City Attended OAS General Assembly Meeting. November 10–11, 1986
Canada Ottawa Met with Secretary for External Affairs Clark. November 21, 1986
United Kingdom Chevening Met with Foreign Secretary Howe. December 9–10, 1986
Belgium Brussels Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. December 10–12, 1986
United Kingdom Bermuda Met with Foreign Secretary Howe. January 6–7, 1987
Senegal Dakar Met with President Diouf. January 8–9, 1987
Cameroon Douala Met with President Biya. January 9, 1987
Kenya Nairobi Met with President Moi. January 9–12, 1987
Nigeria Lagos Met with President Babangida. January 12, 1987
Cote d'Ivoire Abidjan Met with President Houphouet-Boigny. January 12–14, 1987
Liberia Monrovia Met with President Doe. January 14, 1987
United Kingdom Hong Kong Stopped en route to China. February 27–March 1, 1987
China Beijing, Guelin, Dalian, Shanghai, Qufu Met with Chairman Deng, Premier Zhao, and Chinese officials. March 1–6, 1987
Korea, Republic of Seoul Met with President Chun and senior Korean officials. March 6, 1987
Japan Tokyo Met with Prime Minister Nakasone and senior Japanese officials. March 6–7, 1987
Canada Ottawa Accompanied President Reagan on an official visit. April 5–6, 1987
Ireland Shannon Held a press briefing en route to Finland. April 11, 1987
Finland Helsinki Met with President Koivisto en route to Moscow. April 12–13, 1987
U.S.S.R. Moscow Discussed limitations of intermediate-range nuclear arms. April 13–15, 1987
Belgium Brussels Briefed NATO Foreign Ministers on his visit to Moscow. April 15–16, 1987
Italy Venice Accompanied President Reagan to the Economic Summit Meeting. June 3–11, 1987
Iceland Reykjavik Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. June 11–12, 1987
Philippines Manila Met with President Aquino. Signed an emergency aid package. Visited Corregidor. June 13–17, 1987
Singapore Singapore Attended ASEAN Post-Ministerial Meeting. June 17–20, 1987
Australia Sydney Met with Prime Minister Hawke and Foreign Minister Hayden. June 20–22, 1987
Western Samoa Apia Met with Prime Minister Kolone. June 22, 1987
Canada Windsor (Ontario) Met with Secretary for External Affairs Clark. July 2, 1987
Israel Jerusalem, Tel Aviv Met with Prime Minister Shamir and Foreign Minister Peres. October 16–17, 1987
Saudi Arabia Jeddah Met with King Fahd. October 17, 1987
Israel Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Rehovot Further meetings with Israeli officials. Received an honorary degree from the Weizmann Institute. October 17–19, 1987
Egypt Cairo Met with President Mubarak. October 19, 1987
United Kingdom London Met with King Hussein of Jordan. October 19–20, 1987
Finland Helsinki Met with President Koivisto en route to Moscow. October 20–21, 1987
U.S.S.R. Moscow Discussed INF limitations with Soviet officials. October 22–23, 1987
Belgium Brussels Briefed NATO Foreign Ministers on his visit to Moscow. October 23–24, 1987
Switzerland Geneva Attended INF negotiations with Soviet Foreign Minister Shevardnadze. November 22–25, 1987
Belgium Brussels Briefed NATO Foreign Ministers on the INF negotiations. November 25, 1987
Belgium Brussels Attended a NATO Ministerial Meeting and met with EEC representatives. Signed the INF Basing Inspection Agreement. December 11–12, 1987
Denmark Copenhagen Met with Prime Minister Schlueter and Foreign Minister Ellemann-Jensen. December 12–13, 1987
Norway Oslo Met with King Olav V and senior Norwegian officials. December 13–15, 1987
Germany, Federal Republic of Bonn Met with Chancellor Kohl and senior West German officials. December 15, 1987
United Kingdom London Met with Prime Minister Thatcher and Foreign Secretary Howe. December 15–16, 1987
Canada Ottawa Signed the Arctic Cooperation Agreement. January 11, 1988
Mexico Mazatlan Accompanied President Reagan to a meeting with President de la Madrid. February 13, 1988
Finland Helsinki Met with President Koivisto en route to Moscow. February 20–21, 1988
U.S.S.R. Moscow Met with Foreign Minister Shevardnadze and General Secretary Gorbachev. February 21–23, 1988
Belgium Brussels Briefed NATO Foreign Ministers on his visit to Moscow. February 23, 1988
Israel Tel Aviv, Jerusalem Met with Prime Minister Shamir and senior Israeli officials. Discussed a Middle East peace initiative. February 25–27, 1988
Syria Damascus Met with President Assad and Foreign Minister Khaddam regarding a Middle East peace initiative. February 27, 1988
Jordan Amman Met with Crown Prince Hassan and Prime Minister Rifai regarding a Middle East peace initiative. February 27, 1988
Israel Tel Aviv, Jerusalem Briefed Israeli officials on his visits to Jordan and Syria. February 28, 1988
Egypt Cairo Discussed a Middle East peace initiative with President Mubarak. February 28, 1988
Israel Tel Aviv, Jerusalem Discussed a Middle East peace initiative. February 28, 1988
Jordan Amman Briefed Crown Prince Hassan and senior officials on meetings with other Arab leaders. February 29, 1988
Israel Tel Aviv, Jerusalem Discussed a Middle East peace initiative. February 29–March 1, 1988
United Kingdom London Met with King Hussein of Jordan regarding a Middle East peace initiative. March 1, 1988
Belgium Brussels Attended NATO Summit Meeting with President Reagan. March 1–3, 1988
United Kingdom London Met with King Hussein of Jordan regarding a Middle East peace initiative. March 3, 1988
Israel Jerusalem Discussed a Middle East peace initiative. March 3–4, 1988
Syria Damascus Discussed a Middle East peace initiative. March 4, 1988
Egypt Cairo Discussed a Middle East peace initiative. March 4, 1988
Italy Rome Signed a Scientific and Technological Cooperation Agreement. April 1–3, 1988
Vatican City Audience with Pope John Paul II. April 2, 1988
Israel Tel Aviv, Jerusalem Discussed a Middle East peace initiative. April 3–4, 1988
Jordan Amman Discussed a Middle East peace initiative. April 5, 1988
Syria Damascus Discussed a Middle East peace initiative. April 5, 1988
Egypt Cairo Discussed a Middle East peace initiative. April 6, 1988
Jordan Amman Discussed a Middle East peace initiative. April 6, 1988
Saudi Arabia Qasim Met with King Fahd. April 7, 1988
Jordan Amman Discussed a Middle East peace initiative. April 7–8, 1988
Cyprus Larnaca Met with Lebanese President Gemayel. April 8, 1988
Switzerland Geneva Attended the signing of an agreement for the withdrawal of Soviet forces from Afghanistan. April 14, 1988
Finland Helsinki Met with President Loivisto en route to Moscow. April 20, 1988
U.S.S.R. Moscow, Kiev, Tblisi Discussed preparations for the U.S.-Soviet Summit Meeting. April 21–24, 1988
Belgium Brussels Briefed NATO Foreign Ministers on his visit to Moscow. April 25, 1988
Switzerland Geneva Met with Soviet Foreign Minister Shevardnadze; discussed INF verification procedures. May 11–12, 1988
Belgium Brussels Met with NATO Foreign Ministers. May 13, 1988
Finland Helsinki Accompanied President Reagan to meetings with President Koivisto en route to Moscow. May 27–29, 1988
U.S.S.R. Moscow Accompanied President Reagan to a Summit Meeting. May 29–June 2, 1988
Egypt Cairo Discussed a Middle East peace initiative. June 3–4, 1988
Jordan Amman Discussed a Middle East peace initiative. June 4, 1988
Israel Tel Aviv, Jerusalem Discussed a Middle East peace initiative. June 5, 1988
Egypt Cairo Discussed a Middle East peace initiative. June 5, 1988
Syria Damascus Discussed a Middle East peace initiative. June 6, 1988
Egypt Luxor, Cairo Discussed a Middle East peace initiative. June 6–7, 1988
Spain Madrid Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting. June 7–10, 1988
Canada Toronto Accompanied President Reagan to the Economic Summit Meeting. June 19–21, 1988
Guatemala Guatemala City Met with President Vicinio Cerezo. Signed an economic assistance agreement. Met with Nicaraguan Resistance leaders. June 29, 1988
El Salvador San Salvador Met with Acting President Castillo Claramount and Salvadoran officials and military officers. Signed an economic assistance agreement. June 30, 1988
Honduras Tegucigalpa, Palmerola Air Force Base Met with President Azcona. Signed a health sector project agreement. June 30, 1988
Costa Rica San Jose Met with President Arias. July 1, 1988
Thailand Bangkok Attended the ASEAN Post-Ministerial Conference. July 6–9, 1988
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Met with Prime Minister Mahathir. July 9, 1988
Indonesia Jakarta Met with President Suharto and senior Indonesian officials. Signed agreements on double taxation. July 9–11, 1988
Philippines Manila Met with President Aquino and senior Philippine officials. July 11–13, 1988
United Kingdom Hong Kong Met with British colonial officials. July 13–14, 1988
China Beijing Met with Chairman Deng and senior Chinese officials. July 14–16, 1988
Korea, Republic of Seoul Met with President Roh and senior Korean officials. July 16–18, 1988
Japan Tokyo Met with Prime Minister Takeshita and Foreign Minister Uno. July 18–20, 1988
Marshall Islands Majuro Attended a commemorative ceremony. July 20, 1988
Guatemala Guatemala City Met with the Foreign Ministers of Guatemala, Costa Rica, Honduras, and El Salvador. August 1, 1988
Argentina Buenos Aires Met with President Alfonsin and senior Argentine officials. August 2–4, 1988
Uruguay Montevideo Met with President Sanguinetti and senior Uruguayan officials. August 4, 1988
Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia Met with President Sarney and senior Brazilian officials. August 4–8, 1988
Bolivia La Paz Met with President Paz and senior Bolivian officials. August 8–9, 1988
Costa Rica San Jose Met with President Arias. August 9, 1988
Honduras Tegucigalpa Met with President Azcona. August 9, 1988
El Salvador San Salvador Met with Acting President Castillo Claramount. August 9, 1988
Ecuador Quito Met with President-elect Borja. August 10, 1988
Egypt Cairo Stopped en route to Pakistan. August 19, 1988
Pakistan Islamabad Attended the funeral of President Zia. August 19–20, 1988
Egypt Cairo Met with Foreign Minister Ghali while returning to U.S. August 21, 1988
El Salvador San Salvador Attended OAS General Assembly Meeting. November 14, 1988
Mexico Mexico, D.F. Attended the inauguration of President Salinas de Gortari. December 1, 1988
Belgium Brussels Attended NATO and EEC Ministerial Meetings. December 7–9, 1988
France Paris Attended the Conference on the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. January 6–8, 1989
Austria Vienna Attended the closing session of the CSCE Follow-up Meeting. January 16–18, 1989