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Visits By Foreign Leaders in 1962

Visitor From Description Date
Prime Minister Adoula Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire) Informal visit. Afterwards visited New York City. Departed U.S. February 8. February 5–6, 1962
King Saud Saudi Arabia Informal visit. Arrived in U.S. November 22, 1961 for medical treatment in Boston; also visited Palm Beach. February 13–14, 1962
President Ahidjo Cameroon Presidential guest. Afterwards visited New York City. Departed U.S. March 18. March 13–15, 1962
President Olympio Togo Presidential guest. In the U.S. March 19-30, visiting New York City, Niagara Falls (New York), and the Virgin Islands. March 20–22, 1962
President Goulart Brazil Official visit. Afterwards visited New York City, Omaha (Nebraska), and Chicago. Departed U.S. April 8. April 3–5, 1962
Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi Iran State visit at Washington and Onslow Beach (North Carolina). In U.S. April 10-18, visiting Cape Canaveral (Florida), Fort Bragg (North Carolina), and New York City. April 11–14, 1962
Prime Minister Macmillan United Kingdom Informal visit. Arrived in U.S. April 25; visiting New York City. April 27–29, 1962
Chancellor Gorbach Austria Informal visit. Afterwards visited New York City. Departed U.S. May 5. May 2–4, 1962
Prime Minister Gerhardsen Norway Presidential guest. In U.S. May 8-18, visiting Cape Canaveral and St. Augustine (Florida), and New York City. May 9–11, 1962
President Houphouet-Boigny Ivory Coast State visit. Private visit to New York City May 5-15. Later visited Boston (Massachusetts), Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), and New York City. Departed U.S. May 29. May 22–25, 1962
President Makarios Cyprus Presidential guest. In U.S. June 2-9, visiting Boston and New York City. June 5–7, 1962
President Chiari Panama Official visit. In U.S. June 11-16, visiting Miami (Florida), Williamsburg (Virginia), and New York City. June 12–14, 1962
Prime Minister Menzies Australia Informal visit. In the U.S. June 14-21; visited New York City and San Francisco. June 17–20, 1962
President-elect Valencia Colombia Informal visit. In U.S. June 20-July 28, visiting New York City and Baltimore (Maryland); obtained medical treatment at Johns Hopkins Hospital. June 23–27, 1962
President Arosemena Ecuador Official visit. In U.S. July 22-29, visiting Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), Chicago, and New York City. July 23–24, 1962
Prime Minister Souvanna Phouma Laos Official visit. Later visited Philadelphia and New York City. Departed U.S. July 31. July 26–30, 1962
President Kayibanda Rwanda Informal visit while attending UN General Assembly. September 19–22, 1962
President Ayub Khan Pakistan Informal meeting at Newport (Rhode Island). Afterwards visited Washington and New York City. Departed U.S. September 27. September 24, 1962
Prime Minister Menzies Australia Informal visit while attending UN General Assembly. September 24–26, 1962
Prime Minister Holyoake New Zealand Informal visit while attending UN General Assembly. September 27–28, 1962
President Toure Guinea Informal visit. In U.S. October 9-12; visited New York City. October 10, 1962
Prime Minister Ben Bella Algeria Informal visit to Washington while attending UN General Assembly session. Arrived in U.S. October 9. First foreign leader to receive a welcoming ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House. October 14–15, 1962
Prime Minister Obote Uganda Presidential guest. October 22–23, 1962
Chancellor Adenauer Germany, Federal Republic of Informal visit. November 13–16, 1962
Prime Minister Abdirascid Somalia Presidential guest. In U.S. November 25-December 2, visiting New York City, Philadelphia, and San Juan. November 27–29, 1962
President Villeda Morales Honduras Informal visit. In U.S. November 29-December 5. Also visited Williamsburg, and made a private visit to Miami. November 30–December 1, 1962
President Alessandri Chile Presidential guest. In U.S. December 10-17, visiting Miami (Florida), Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), and New York City. December 11–13, 1962