Visits By Foreign Leaders of Yugoslavia

Visitor Description Date
King Peter II Guest of U.S. Government at invitation of the President. In U.S. June 21–July 29, visiting Detroit (Michigan), New York City, Lake Placid (New York). Addressed U.S. Congress June 25. June 21–27, 1942
President Tito Met with President Eisenhower in New York City while attending UN General Assembly session. September 22, 1960
President Tito Informal visit. In U.S. October 16–25, visited Williamsburg (Virginia), Yosemite Park (California), San Francisco, New York City, and Princeton (New Jersey). October 17, 1963
Prime Minister Mitja Ribicic Attended White House dinner on 25th Anniversary of the U.N. October 24, 1970
President Josip Broz Tito State visit. Afterwards visited Houston, Palm Springs, and Los Angeles. Departed U.S. November 2. October 27–30, 1971
Prime Minister Dzemal Bijedic Official visit. In U.S. March 18–22; visited Williamsburg and New York City. March 19–21, 1975
President Josip Broz Tito State visit. March 6–9, 1978
President Mika Spiljak Official working visit. Private visit to Los Angeles February 3–4. January 31–February 2, 1984
Prime Minister Milka Planinc Private Visit. Met with President Reagan. May 31, 1985
President Borisav Jovic Met with President Bush at the U.N. General Assembly. October 1, 1990
President Vojislav Kostunica Met with President Bush during a private visit. Also visited New York, May 8. May 9, 2001