President Galo Plaza arrived in the United States on June 20, 1951. For President Truman’s remarks of welcome at the Washington National [Page 1399] Airport, see Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States: Harry S. Truman, 1951 (Washington, 1985), pages 342–343. For the text of an address by President Galo Plaza delivered on June 21 to the United States Congress, see Department of State Bulletin, July 9, 1951, pages 68–70. For a joint statement by President Truman and President Galo Plaza released to the press on June 25, see ibid., page 68. After spending three days in Washington, President Galo Plaza traveled to New York and then to California, departing from the United States on June 29.