Visits By Foreign Leaders of Ecuador

Visitor Description Date
President Arroyo del Rio Guest of U.S. Government on invitation of the President. In U.S. November 22–December 1, visiting Detroit (Michigan), Buffalo (New York), New York City, and West Point (New York). November 23–27, 1942
President Galo Plaza Guest of U.S. Government. Addressed U.S. Congress June 21. Afterwards visited New York City and San Francisco. Departed U.S. June 29. June 20–23, 1951
President Arosemena Official visit. In U.S. July 22–29, visiting Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), Chicago, and New York City. July 23–24, 1962
President Alfredo Poveda Burbano Attended signing of the Panama Canal Treaty. September 6–9, 1977
President-elect Jaime Roldos Informal visit. July 20, 1979
President Osvaldo Hurtado Larrea Official working visit. April 7–9, 1983
President-elect Leon Febres Cordero Private visit. Met with President Reagan June 26. June 25–26, 1984
President Leon Febres-Cordero State Visit. In U.S. January 16–18; visited Los Angeles. January 12–16, 1986
President Rodrigo Borja Cevallos Official working visit. July 22–24, 1990
President Rodrigo Borja Cevallos Met with President Bush while attending a U.N. Security Council Summit in New York City. January 30, 1992
President Rodrigo Borja Cevallos Attended Drug Summit in San Antonio, Texas. February 26–27, 1992
President-elect Sixto Duran-Ballen Cordovez Met with President Bush during a private visit. July 28, 1992
President Sixto Duran-Ballen Cordovez Attended the Summit of the Americas in Miami, Florida. December 9–11, 1994
President Sixto Duran-Ballen Cordovez Met with President Clinton during a private visit. June 23–27, 1996
President Jamil Mahuad Discussed the Ecuador-Peru border dispute with President Clinton during a private visit. October 9, 1998
President Jamil Mahuad Discussed implementation of Ecuador-Peru border agreement. February 3–6, 1999
President Lucio Gutierrez Working visit. February 9–12, 2003
President Lenin Moreno Garcés Working Visit. February 12, 2020