Carter Travels

Destinations
Dates
Purpose
London, Newcastle
United Kingdom
May 5-11, 1977
Attended Economic Summit Meeting May 7-8 of the Heads of State and Government of Canada, France, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom. Also met with the Prime Ministers of Greece, Belgium, Turkey, Norway, the Netherlands and Luxembourg, and with the President of Portugal. Addressed NATO Ministers meeting on May 10.
Geneva
Switzerland
May 9, 1977
Official visit; met with President Furgler. Also met with Syrian President Assad.
Warsaw
Poland
December 29-31, 1977
Official visit; met with First Secretary Gierek
Teheran
Iran
December 31, 1977-January 1, 1978
Official visit; met with Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi and King Hussein of Jordan.
New Delhi, Daulatpur-Nasirabad
India
January 1-3, 1978
Met with President Reddy and Prime Minister Desai. Addressed Parliament.
Riyadh
Saudi Arabia
January 3-4, 1978
Met with King Khalid and Crown Prince Fahd.
Aswan
Egypt
January 4, 1978
Met with President Sadat and German Chancellor Schmidt.
Paris, Normandy, Bayeux, Versailles
France
January 4-6, 1978
Met with President Giscard d'Estaing and Prime Minister Barre.
Brussels
Belgium
January 6, 1978
Met with King Baudouin and Prime Minister Tindemans; attended meetings of the Commission of the European Communities and the North Atlantic Council.
Caracas
Venezuela
March 28-29, 1978
Met with President Perez, addressed Congress, and signed maritime boundary agreement.
Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro
Brazil
March 29-31, 1978
Official visit; met with President Geisel and addressed Brazilian Congress.
Lagos
Nigeria
March 31-April 3, 1978
Met with President Obasanjo; first state visit of a U.S. president to sub-Saharan Africa.
Monrovia
Liberia
April 3, 1978
Met with President Tolbert.
Panama City
Panama
June 16-17, 1978
Invited by President Lakas and General Torrijos to sign protocol confirming exchange of documents ratifying Panama Canal treaties. Also met informally with Presidents Perez of Venezuela, Lopez Michelson of Colombia, Lopez Portillo of Mexico, Carazo of Costa Rica and Prime Minister Manley of Jamaica.
Bonn, Wiesbaden-Erbenheim Air Base, Frankfurt
Federal Republic of Germany
July 14-15, 1978
State visit; met with President Scheel and Chancellor Schmidt. Addressed U.S. and German military personnel.
West Berlin
Germany
July 15, 1978
Spoke at the Airlift Memorial.
Bonn
Federal Republic of Germany
July 16-17, 1978
Attended Economic Summit Meeting of the heads of state and governments of France, the Federal Republic of Germany, Canada, Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom.
Guadeloupe
France
January 4-9, 1979
Met informally with President Giscard d'Estaing, German Chancellor Schmidt and British Prime Minister Callaghan.
Mexico, D.F.
Mexico
February 14-16, 1979
State visit; met with President Lopez Portillo and addressed the Mexican Congress.
Cairo, Alexandria, Giza
Egypt
March 7-10, 1979
State visit; met with President Sadat and addressed People's Assembly.
Tel Aviv, Jerusalem
Israel
March 10-13, 1979
State visit; met with President Navon and Prime Minister Begin. Addressed the Knesset.
Cairo
Egypt
March 13, 1979
Met with President Sadat.
Vienna
Austria
June 14-18, 1979
State visit; met with President Kirchschlaeger and Chancellor Kreisky. Met with Soviet General Secretary Brezhnev to sign SALT I Treaty June 16-18.
Tokyo, Shimoda
Japan
June 25-29, 1979
State visit; met with Emperor Hirohito and Prime Minister Ohira. Attended Economic Summit Meeting June 28-29 of the heads of state and governments of Canada, France, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom.
Seoul
Korea
June 29-July 1, 1979
State visit; met with President Park and Prime Minister Choi.
Rome, Venice
Italy
June 19-24, 1980
State visit; met with President Pertini. Attended Economic Summit Conference June 21-24 of the heads of state and governments of Canada, France, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom.
Vatican City
June 21, 1980
Audience with Pope John Paul II.
Belgrade
Yugoslavia
June 24-25, 1980
Official visit; met with President Mijatovic.
Madrid
Spain
June 25-26, 1980
Official visit; met with King Juan Carlos I and Prime Minister Suarez.
Lisbon
Portugal
June 26, 1980
Official visit; met with President Eanes and Prime Minister Sa Carneiro.
Tokyo
Japan
July 9-10, 1980
Official visit; attended memorial services for former Prime Minister Ohira; met with Emperor Hirohito, President Ziaur Rahman of Bangladesh, Prime Minister Fraser of Australia, Prime Minister Prem of Thailand and Premier Hua Guofeng of China.



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