List of international trips made by Condoleezza Rice as United States Secretary of State

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Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin, 2005
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice with Afghan President Hamid Karzai in Kabul, 2006
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice with Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf in Islamabad, 2006
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice with Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda at the Kantei, 2008

This is a list of international visits undertaken by Condoleezza Rice (in office 2005–2009)[1] while serving as the United States Secretary of State. The list includes both private travel and official state visits. The list includes only foreign travel which the Secretary of State made during her tenure in the position.[1]

Summary[edit]

The number of visits per country where Secretary Rice traveled are:

World map highlighting countries visited by Condoleezza Rice as Secretary of State, 2005–2009:
  United States
  Countries visited
  No visits

Table[edit]

Country Locations Details Dates
1  United Kingdom London Met with Prime Minister Blair and Foreign Secretary Straw. February 4, 2005
 Germany Berlin Met with Chancellor Schröder. February 4–5, 2005
 Poland Warsaw Met with Prime Minister Belka and Foreign Minister Rotfeld. February 5, 2005
 Turkey Ankara Met with Foreign Minister Gül and Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov. February 5–6, 2005
 Israel Jerusalem Met with Prime Minister Sharon and Foreign Minister Shalom. February 6–7, 2005
 Palestinian National Authority Ramallah Met with Prime Minister Abbas. February 7, 2005
 Italy Rome Met with Foreign Minister Fini. February 7–8, 2005
  Vatican City State Vatican City Met with Cardinal Sodano. February 8, 2005
 France Paris Met with President Chirac and Foreign Minister Barnier; addressed the Institute of political sciences. February 8–9, 2005
 Belgium Brussels Attended a NATO Foreign Ministers' Meeting. February 9, 2005
 Luxemburg Luxembourg Met with senior EU officials. February 9, 2005
2  Belgium Brussels Accompanied President Bush to the EU and NATO Summit Meetings. February 20–23, 2005
 Germany Mainz, Wiesbaden Accompanied President Bush to meeting with Chancellor Schröder. February 23, 2005
 Slovakia Bratislava Accompanied President Bush to meeting with Russian President Putin. February 23–24, 2005
3  United Kingdom London Attended the London Meeting on Supporting the Palestinian Authority. February 28 – March 1, 2005
4  Mexico Mexico City Met with senior Mexican officials. March 10, 2005
5  India New Delhi Met with Foreign Minister Singh and senior Indian officials. March 15–16, 2005
 Pakistan Islamabad Met with President Musharraf and senior Pakistani officials. March 16–18, 2005
 Afghanistan Kabul Met with President Karzai and Afghan political leaders; addressed U.S. military personnel. March 17, 2005
 Japan Tokyo Met with Foreign Minister Machimura and senior Japanese officials. March 18–19, 2005
 South Korea Seoul Met with Foreign Minister Ban and addressed U.S. military personnel. March 19–20, 2005
 China Beijing Met with President Hu, Premier Wen, and senior Chinese officials. March 20–21, 2005
7   Vatican City State Vatican City Attended the funeral of Pope John Paul II. April 6–9, 2005
8  Russia Moscow Met with President Putin, Prime Minister Lavrov, and senior Russian officials April 19–20, 2005
 Lithuania Vilnius Attended a NATO Foreign Ministers' Meeting and meetings of the NATO-Russia Council and the NATO-Ukraine Commission. April 20–21, 2005
9  Brazil Brasília Met with President da Silva and Foreign Minister Amorim. April 26–27, 2005
 Colombia Bogotá Met with President Uribe and Foreign Minister Barco. April 27–28, 2005
 Chile Santiago de Chile Attended the Communities of Democracies Ministerial Meeting. April 28–29, 2005
 El Salvador San Salvador Met with President Saca. April 29, 2005
10  Latvia Riga Accompanied President Bush to meetings with the presidents of the Baltic States. May 6–7, 2005
 Netherlands Maastricht, Margraten Accompanied President Bush. May 7–8, 2005
 Russia Moscow May 8–9, 2005
 Georgia Tbilisi May 9–10, 2005
11  Kuwait Camp Doha Stopped en route to Iraq. May 15, 2005
 Iraq Irbil, Baghdad Met with Kurdish political leaders, and with U.S. and Iraqi officials. May 15, 2005
12  Ireland Shannon Stopped while en route to the Middle East. June 17, 2005
 Israel Jerusalem Met with Prime Minister Sharon and senior Israeli officials. June 17–19, 2005
 Palestinian National Authority Ramallah Met with Prime Minister Abbas. June 18, 2005
 Jordan Amman Met with Foreign Minister Qasrawi. June 19–20, 2005
 Egypt Sharm el-Sheikh, Cairo Met with President Mubarak, Foreign Minister Aboul Ghait, and political leaders; gave a speech at the American University in Cairo. June 20, 2005
 Saudi Arabia Riyadh Met with Crown Prince Abdullah and senior Saudi officials. June 20–21, 2005
 Belgium Brussels Attended the International Conference on Iraq. June 21–22, 2005
 United Kingdom London Attended a meeting of G8 Foreign Ministers. June 22–23, 2005
13  China Beijing Met with President Hu, Foreign Minister Li and senior Chinese officials. July 9–10, 2005
 Thailand Phuket, Ban Bang Sak Met with Foreign Minister Suphamongkhon and Deputy Prime Minister Sathirathai and assessed tsunami relief aid. July 10–11, 2005
 Japan Tokyo Met with Foreign Minister Machimura. July 11–12, 2005
 South Korea Seoul Met with Foreign Minister Ban Ki Moon. July 12–13, 2005
14  Senegal Dakar Attended the U.S.–Sub-Saharan Africa Trade and Economic Cooperation Forum. July 19–20, 2005
 Sudan Khartum, Al-Fasher Met with President al-Bashir and visited a refugee camp in Darfur. July 20–21, 2005
 Israel Jerusalem Met with Prime Minister Sharon and senior Israeli officials. July 21–23, 2005
 Lebanon Beirut Met with Prime Minister Seniora and Lebanese political leaders. Laid a wreath on the grave of former Prime Minister Hariri. July 22, 2005
 Palestinian National Authority Ramallah Met with Prime Minister Abbas and Palestinian officials. July 23, 2005
15  Haiti Port-au-Prince Met with Interim President Alexandre and Interim Prime Minister Latortue. September 27, 2005
16  Ireland Shannon Stopped en route to Central Asia. October 10, 2005
 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek Met with President Bakiyev, addressed coalition military personnel, signed agreement concerning access to the Manas airfield. October 11–12, 2005
 Afghanistan Kabul Met with President Karzai. October 12, 2005
 Pakistan Islamabad Met with President Musharraf and Prime Minister Aziz. Discussed disaster relief. October 12, 2005
 Kazakhstan Astana Met with President Nazarbayev and made a speech at Eurasian National University. October 12–13, 2005
 Tajikistan Dushanbe Met with President Rakhmanov. October 13, 2005
 France Paris Met with President Chirac and Foreign Minister Douste-Blazy. October 13–14, 2005
 Russia Moscow Met with President Putin and Foreign Minister Lavrov. October 14–15, 2005
 United Kingdom London Met with Prime Minister Blair and Foreign Secretary Straw. October 15–16, 2005
17  Canada Ottawa Met with Prime Minister Martin and Foreign Minister Pettegrew. October 24–25, 2005
18  Argentina Mar del Plata Accompanied President Bush to the Summit of the Americas. November 3–5, 2005
 Brazil Brasília Accompanied President Bush to a meeting with President Lula da Silva. November 5–6, 2005
17  Iraq Mosul, Baghdad Met with Prime Minister Jafari and with Iraqi political leaders. November 11, 2005
 Bahrain Manama Attended the Forum for the Future. November 11–13, 2005
 Saudi Arabia Jeddah Attended a Strategic Dialogue meeting and met with Foreign Minister Prince Saud. November 12–13, 2005
 Israel Jerusalem Attended the Saban Forum meeting and a memorial service for the late Prime Minister Rabin; took part in negotiating a border crossing agreement with the Palestinian Authority November 13–15, 2005
 Jordan Amman Met with King Abdullah II and visited the site of a terrorist bombing. November 14, 2005
 Palestinian National Authority Ramallah Met with President Abbas and negotiated a border crossing agreement with Israel. November 14, 2005
18  South Korea Busan Attended APEC Ministerial and Summit meetings. November 16–19, 2005
 China Beijing Accompanied President Bush. November 19–21, 2005
 Mongolia Ulaanbaatar November 21, 2005
19  Germany Berlin Met with Chancellor Merkel. December 5–6, 2005
 Romania Bucharest Met with President Băsescu and signed a military base access agreement. December 6, 2005
 Ukraine Kyiv Met with President Yushchenko and addressed students at Shevchenko University. December 6–7, 2005
 Belgium Brussels Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting and meetings of the European-Atlantic Council and the NATO-Ukraine Commission. December 7–9, 2005
20  Liberia Monrovia Attended the inauguration of President Johnson-Sirleaf. January 16, 2006
21  France Paris Headed the U.S. delegation to the International Conference for Support to Lebanon. January 24–25, 2006
22  United Kingdom London Attended a Middle East Quartet Foreign Ministers' meeting and the London Conference on Afghanistan. January 30 – February 1, 2006
23  Egypt Cairo Met with Foreign Minister Aboul Gheit, President Mubarak and Egyptian dissidents. February 21–22, 2006
 Saudi Arabia Riyadh Met with King Abdullah and Foreign Minister Prince Saud. February 22–23, 2006
 Lebanon Beirut Met with Prime Minister Siniora and Lebanese political leaders. February 23, 2006
 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Met with senior officials and the Gulf Cooperation Council Foreign Ministers. February 23–24, 2006
24  Afghanistan Bagram, Kabul Accompanied President Bush. March 1, 2006
 India New Delhi March 1–3, 2006
 Pakistan Islamabad March 3–4, 2006
25  Chile Valparaíso, Santiago, Viña del Mar Attended the inauguration of President Bachelet. March 10–12, 2006
 Brazil Rio de Janeiro Stopped en route to Indonesia. March 12, 2006
 Indonesia Jakarta Met with President Yudhoyono and Foreign Minister Wirajuda. Addressed Indonesia Council on World Affairs. March 13–15, 2006
 Australia Sydney, Melbourne Met with Foreign Minister Downer and held Trilateral Strategic Dialogue with Australia and Japan. March 15–18, 2006
26  Bahamas Nassau Attended CARICOM Foreign Ministers' Meeting. March 21–22, 2006
27  Germany Berlin Met with Chancellor Merkel and with the Foreign Ministers of the Permanent members of the UN Security Council. March 29–31, 2006
 France Paris Met with President Chirac. March 31, 2006
 United Kingdom Blackburn, Liverpool Met with British Foreign Secretary Straw and gave several public addresses. March 31 – April 2, 2006
 Iraq Baghdad Travelled with British Foreign Secretary Straw and met with Iraqi political leaders. April 2–3, 2006
28  Greece Athens Met with Foreign Minister Bakoyannis. April 25, 2006
 Turkey Ankara Met with Foreign Minister Gül. April 25–26, 2006
 Iraq Baghdad Met with Prime Minister-designate al-Maliki and with Iraqi political leaders. April 26–27, 2006
 Bulgaria Sofia Attended NATO Ministerial Meeting and signed Defense Cooperation Agreement. April 27–28, 2006
29  Austria Vienna Discussed the Iranian nuclear crisis with the Foreign Ministers of the Permanent members of the UN Security Council and Germany. May 31 – June 3, 2006
30 Accompanied President Bush to the U.S.-EU Summit. June 20–21, 2006
 Hungary Budapest Accompanied President Bush. June 21–22, 2006
31  United Kingdom Prestwick Stopped en route to Pakistan. June 27, 2006
 Pakistan Islamabad Met with President Musharraf and Foreign Minister Kasuri June 27–28, 2006
 Afghanistan Kabul Met with President Karzai. June 28, 2006
 Russia Moscow Attended a G8 Foreign Ministers' Meeting. June 29–30, 2006
32  France Paris Attended a P5+1 ministerial meeting. July 12, 2006
 Germany Stralsund, Trinwillershagen Accompanied President Bush to meetings with Chancellor Merkel July 12–14, 2006
 Russia Saint Petersburg Attended the G8 Economic Summit. July 14–17, 2006
33  Lebanon Beirut Met with Lebanese political leaders. July 24, 2006
 Israel Jerusalem Met with Prime Minister Olmert and Foreign Minister Livni. July 24–25, 2006
 Palestinian National Authority Ramallah Met with President Abbas. July 25, 2006
 Italy Rome Attended a meeting of the Lebanon Core Group. July 25–26, 2006
 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Attended ASEAN Foreign Ministers and Regional Forum Meetings. July 26–29, 2006
 Israel Jerusalem Met with senior Israeli officials. July 29–31, 2006
34  Canada Halifax, Stellarton Commemorated 9/11/01 and met with Foreign Minister MacKay. September 11–12, 2006
35  Saudi Arabia Jeddah Met with King Abdullah and Foreign Minister Prince Saud. October 2–3, 2006
 Egypt Cairo Met with President Mubarak and the Foreign Ministers of Egypt, Jordan, and the Gulf Cooperation Council. October 3–4, 2006
 Israel Jerusalem Met with Prime Minister Olmert and Foreign Minister Livni. October 4–5, 2006
 Palestinian National Authority Ramallah Met with President Abbas. October 4, 2006
 Iraq Baghdad, Irbil Met with Prime Minister al-Maliki and with Kurdistan Region President Barzani. October 5–6, 2006
 United Kingdom London Attended a P5+1 Foreign Ministers' meeting. October 6, 2006
36  Japan Tokyo Met with Prime Minister Abe and Foreign Minister Asō. October 18–19, 2006
 South Korea Seoul Met with President Roh and Foreign Minister Ban. October 19–20, 2006
 China Beijing Met with Foreign Minister Li. October 20–21, 2006
 Russia Moscow Met with President Putin and Foreign Minister Lavrov. October 21–22, 2006
37  Vietnam Hanoi, Hồ Chí Minh City Attended the APEC Cooperation Forum Ministerial Meeting and accompanied President Bush. November 15–20, 2006
 Indonesia Bogor Accompanied President Bush. November 20, 2006
38  Estonia Tallinn November 28, 2006
 Latvia Riga Attended NATO Summit meeting. November 28–29, 2006
 Jordan Dead Sea Accompanied President Bush to meetings with King Abdullah II and Iraqi Prime Minister al-Maliki. Attended Forum for the Future. November 29–30, 2006
 Palestinian National Authority Jericho Met with President Abbas. November 30, 2006
 Israel Jerusalem Met with Prime Minister Olmert and Foreign Minister Livni. November 30, 2006
39 Met with Foreign Minister Livni and Defense Minister Peretz. January 13–14, 2007
 Palestinian National Authority Ramallah Met with President Abbas. January 14, 2007
 Jordan Amman Met with King Abdullah II. January 14, 2007
 Israel Jerusalem Met with Prime Minister Olmert. January 14–15, 2007
 Egypt Luxor Met with President Mubarak and Foreign Minister Aboul Gheit. Proposed an Israeli-Palestinian summit meeting. January 15, 2007
 Saudi Arabia Riyadh Met with King Abdullah and Foreign Minister Prince Saud. January 15–16, 2007
 Kuwait Kuwait City Met with the Foreign Ministers of Egypt, Jordan, and the Gulf Cooperation Council. January 16–17, 2007
 Germany Berlin Met with Foreign Minister Steinmeir and Chancellor Merkel. January 17–18, 2007
 United Kingdom London Met with Prime Minister Blair. January 18–19, 2007
40  Iraq Baghdad Met with Prime Minister al-Maliki and addressed U.S. Mission personnel. February 17, 2007
 Israel Jerusalem Met with Prime Minister Olmert and Foreign Minister Livni. Met with Prime Minister Olmert and Palestinian President Abbas on February 19. February 17–20, 2007
 Palestinian National Authority Ramallah Met with President Abbas February 18, 2007
 Germany Berlin Attended a Quartet meeting and met with Foreign Minister Steinmeier and Chancellor Merkel. February 20–21, 2007
41  Canada Ottawa Attended Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America Meeting. February 23, 2007
42  Brazil São Paulo Accompanied President Bush. Signed memorandum of understanding on biofuels cooperation. March 8–9, 2007
 Uruguay Montevideo Accompanied President Bush. March 9–11, 2007
 Colombia Bogotá March 11, 2007
 Guatemala Guatemala City March 11–12, 2007
 Mexico Mérida March 12–13, 2007
43  Egypt Aswan Met with President Mubarak and with the Arab Quartet Foreign Ministers. March 24–25, 2007
 Israel Jerusalem Met with Prime Minister Olmert and Foreign Minister Livni. March 25–27, 2007
 Palestinian National Authority Ramallah Met with President Abbas. March 25, 2007
 Jordan Amman Met with King Abdullah II. March 26, 2007
44  Norway Oslo Attended NATO Foreign Ministers' and NATO-Russia Council Meetings. April 25–26, 2007
45  Egypt Sharm el-Sheikh Attended the International Compact with Iraq meeting. Met with Syrian Foreign Minister al-Moualem. May 1–4, 2007
46  Russia Moscow Met with President Putin and Foreign Minister Lavrov. May 14–15, 2007
47  Germany Potsdam Attended a G8 Foreign Ministers' Meeting. May 30–31, 2007
 Austria Vienna Attended the Women's Empowerment Strategy Group and the Roundtable on Networking for Peace and Security in the Middle East May 31 – June 1, 2007
 Spain Madrid Met with President Zapatero and Foreign Minister Moratinos. June 1, 2007
48  Panama Panama City Attended OAS General Assembly Meeting. June 4, 2007
49  France Paris Met with President Sarkozy, Foreign Minister Kouchner, and Lebanese Prime Minister Siniora. Attended a meeting of the International Contact Group on Sudan/Darfur. June 24–26, 2007
50  Portugal Lisbon Attended a Quartet Principals' meeting. July 19–20, 2007
51  Egypt Sharm el-Sheikh Met with the Foreign Ministers of Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and the Gulf Cooperation Council and with President Mubarak. July 31 – August 1, 2007
 Saudi Arabia Jeddah Met with King Abdullah and Foreign Minister Saud. August 1, 2007
 Israel Jerusalem Met with President Peres and Foreign Minister Livni. August 1–2, 2007
 Palestinian National Authority Ramallah Met with President Abbas. August 2, 2007
52  Australia Sydney Accompanied President Bush to the APEC leaders' meeting. September 4–7, 2007
53  Israel Jerusalem Met with President Peres, Prime Minister Olmert, and Foreign Minister Livni. September 19–20, 2007
 Palestinian National Authority Ramallah Discussed prospects for an Israel–Palestinian peace conference with President Abbas. September 20, 2007
54  Russia Moscow Attended 2+2 Meeting on strategic security issues. October 12–14, 2007
 Israel Jerusalem Met with Prime Minister Olmert. Also met with religious leaders. October 14–15, 2007
 Palestinian National Authority Ramallah Met with President Abbas. October 15, 2007
 Egypt Cairo Met with President Mubarak and Foreign Minister Aboul Gheit. October 16, 2007
 Palestinian National Authority Bethlehem, Ramallah Visited the Church of the Nativity and met with civil leaders. Met with President Abbas. October 17, 2007
 Israel Jerusalem Met with Foreign Minister Livni October 17–18, 2007
 United Kingdom London Met with King Abdullah II of Jordan. October 18, 2007
55  Turkey Ankara, Istanbul Met with President Gül, Prime Minister Erdoğan, and Foreign Minister Babacan. Attended an expanded ministerial meeting of countries adjoining Iraq in Istanbul. November 2–3, 2007
 Israel Tel Aviv, Jerusalem Discussed proposed Middle East peace conference with Prime Minister Olmert and Foreign Minister Livni. Addressed the Saban Forum. November 3–5, 2007
 Palestinian National Authority Ramallah Discussed proposed Middle East peace conference with President Abbas. November 5, 2007
 Ethiopia Addis Abeba Met with leaders of the African Great Lakes States and discussed the situation in Somalia and the Sudan with representatives of the African Union and the UN. December 5–6, 2007
 Belgium Brussels Attended NATO Ministerial meeting, and meetings of the NATO-Russia Council and the NATO-Ukraine Commission. December 6–7, 2007
56  France Paris Attended a Quartet meeting and the Palestinian Donors' Conference. Met with President Sarkozy. December 16–18, 2007
 Iraq Kirkuk, Baghdad Met with members of a civil-military reconstruction team and local politicians in Kirkuk and with the UN Special Representative and with Iraqi political leaders in Baghdad. December 18, 2007
57  Israel Tel Aviv, Jerusalem Accompanied President Bush. January 9–11, 2008
 Palestinian National Authority Ramallah January 10, 2008
 Kuwait Kuwait City January 11–12, 2008
 Bahrain Manama January 12, 2008
 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi January 13, 2008
 Saudi Arabia Riyadh Accompanied President Bush. Met with Foreign Minister Prince Saud. January 14–15, 2008
 Iraq Baghdad Met with Prime Minister al-Maliki and Foreign Minister Zebari. January 15, 2008
58  Germany Berlin Attended a meeting of the P5 +1 Group on Iran. January 22–23, 2008
  Switzerland Davos Addressed the World Economic Forum and met with Foreign Minister Calmy-Rey. January 23, 2008
 Colombia Medellín Led a Congressional delegation to discuss a free-trade agreement and security issues. January 24–25, 2008
59  United Kingdom London Met with Foreign Secretary Miliband. February 6–7, 2008
 Afghanistan Kandahar, Kabul Accompanied British Foreign Secretary Miliband. Met with President Karzai. February 7, 2008
60  Benin Porto-Novo Accompanied President Bush. February 16, 2008
 Tanzania Dar es Salaam February 16–19, 2008
 Kenya Nairobi Met with President Kibaki, former Secretary-General Annan, and Kenyan political leaders. February 18, 2008
 Rwanda Kigali Accompanied President Bush. February 19, 2008
 Ghana Accra February 19–21, 2008
 Liberia Monrovia February 21, 2008
61  South Korea Seoul Attended the inauguration of President Lee Myung-Bak and discussed the Six-party talks and a proposed Free Trade Agreement. February 24–26, 2008
 China Beijing Met with President Hu and Foreign Minister Yang. February 26, 2008
 Japan Tokyo Met with Foreign Minister Kōmura and with Israeli Prime Minister Olmert. February 26–27, 2008
62  Egypt Cairo Met with President Mubarak and Foreign Minister Aboul Gheit to discuss the Gaza crisis. March 4, 2008
 Palestinian National Authority Ramallah Met with President Abbas to discuss the Gaza crisis. March 4, 2008
 Israel Jerusalem Met with Prime Minister Olmert and Foreign Minister Livni to discuss the Gaza crisis. March 4–5, 2008
 Belgium Brussels Attended NATO and EU Ministerial Meetings. Addressed Women Leaders Working Group. March 5–7, 2008
63  Brazil Brasília, Salvador da Bahia Met with President Lula da Silva and Foreign Minister Amorim. In Salvador da Bahia, met with the president of Neoenergia and with the state governor. March 13–14, 2008
 Chile Santiago de Chile Met with President Bachelet and Foreign Minister Foxley. March 14–15, 2008
64  Russia Moscow Accompanied Secretary of Defense Gates and met with President Putin, President-elect Medvedev, Foreign Minister Lavrov, and Defense Minister Serdyukov. March 17–19, 2008
65  Israel Jerusalem Met with Foreign Minister Livni and Defense Minister Barak and with Palestinian President Abbas and Prime Minister Fayyad. March 29–30, 2008
 Jordan Amman Met with Palestinian President Abbas and King Abdullah II. March 30–31, 2008
 Ukraine Kyiv Joined President Bush. March 31, 2008
 Romania Bucharest Attended NATO Summit Meeting. April 1–4, 2008
 Croatia Zagreb Accompanied President Bush. April 4–5, 2008
 Russia Sochi April 5–6, 2008
66  Iraq Baghdad Met with U.S. Embassy and military personnel and with Iraqi political leaders. April 20, 2008
 Bahrain Manama Met with the Foreign Ministers of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Egypt, and Jordan. April 20–22, 2008
 Kuwait Kuwait City Attended an Expanded Neighbors of Iraq Ministerial meeting. April 21–22, 2008
67  United Kingdom London Attended meetings of the Quartet, Ad Hoc Liaison Committee and the P5+1. Also discussed Kosovo with European Foreign Ministers. Met with Israeli Foreign Minister Livni and Palestinian Prime Minister Fayyad. May 1–3, 2008
 Israel Jerusalem Met with Prime Minister Olmert, Foreign Minister Livni, and other senior officials. May 3–5, 2008
 Palestinian National Authority Ramallah Met with President Abbas May 4, 2008
68  Israel Tel Aviv, Jerusalem Accompanied President Bush. May 14–16, 2008
 Saudi Arabia Riyadh May 16–17, 2008
 Egypt Sharm el-Sheikh May 17–18, 2008
69  Sweden Stockholm Attended Iraq Compact Conference. May 28–30, 2008
 Iceland Reykjavík Met with Foreign Minister Ingibjörg Sólrún Gísladóttir. May 30, 2008
70  France Paris Attended the International Support Conference for Afghanistan. June 11–14, 2008
 Israel Jerusalem Met with Prime Minister Olmert, Foreign Minister Livni June 14–16, 2008
 Palestinian National Authority Ramallah Met with President Abbas June 15, 2008
 Lebanon Beirut Met with President Suleiman, Prime Minister-designate Siniora, and Lebanese political leaders. June 16, 2008
71  Germany Berlin Attended the Conference in Support of Palestinian Civil Security and Rule of Law. June 23–25, 2008
 Japan Kyoto Attended the G8 Ministerial Meeting and the Trilateral Strategic Dialogue with the Foreign Ministers of Australia and Japan. June 26–28, 2008
 South Korea Seoul Met with President Lee Myung-bak and Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan. June 28–29, 2008
 China Chengdu, Beijing Met with local officials and aid workers in Chengdu. Met with President Hu and senior officials. June 29–30, 2008
72  Czech Republic Prague Signed missile defense radar agreement. July 8–9, 2008
 Bulgaria Sofia Received the Order of Stara Planina, First Class and met with Foreign Minister Kalfin. July 9, 2008
 Georgia Tbilisi Met with President Saakashvili. July 9–10, 2008
73  United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Met with the Foreign Ministers of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Egypt, Jordan, and Iraq. July 21–22, 2008
 Singapore Singapore Attended the ASEAN Post-Ministerial Conference and Regional Forum. July 22–24, 2008
 Australia Perth Met with Foreign Minister Smith. July 24–25, 2008
 New Zealand Auckland Met with Prime Minister Clark, Foreign Minister Peters, and Opposition Leader Key. July 25–27, 2008
 Samoa Apia Met with representatives of the Pacific Island Forum nations. (Crossed International Date Line.) July 26, 2008
74  France Paris, Toulon Discussed EU peace plan for Russia and Georgia. August 14–15, 2008
 Georgia Tbilisi Met with President Saakashvili and Foreign Minister Tkeselashvili. August 15, 2008
75  Belgium Brussels Attended an emergency meeting of the North Atlantic Council and discussed the Georgia crisis with EU leaders. August 18–19, 2008
 Poland Warsaw Signed a ballistic missile defense agreement. August 19–21, 2008
 Iraq Baghdad Discussed strategic framework agreement with Iraqi officials. August 21, 2008
76  Israel Jerusalem Met with Prime Minister Olmert and Foreign Minister Livni. August 25–26, 2008
 Palestinian National Authority Ramallah Met with President Abbas. August 26, 2008
77  Portugal Lisbon Met with Foreign Minister Amado. September 4–5, 2008
 Libya Tripoli Met with Head of State Gaddafi and Foreign Minister Shalgam. September 5–6, 2008
 Tunisia Tunis Met with President Ben Ali. September 6, 2008
 Algeria Algiers Met with President Bouteflika. September 6, 2008
 Morocco Rabat Met with Foreign Minister Fihri and other senior officials. September 6–7, 2008
78  India New Delhi Met with Prime Minister Singh and External Affairs Minister Mukherjee. October 4–5, 2008
 Kazakhstan Astana Met with President Nazarbayev, Prime Minister Masimov, and Foreign Minister Tazhin. October 5, 2008
79  Mexico Puerto Vallarta Met with Foreign Secretary Espinosa. October 22–23, 2008
80  Israel Tel Aviv, Jerusalem Met with Foreign Minister Livni. November 6–8, 2008
 Palestinian National Authority Ramallah, Jenin Met with President Abbas and Foreign Minister Fayyad (November 7). Announced development aid program for Jenin (November 8). November 7–8, 2008
 Egypt Sharm el-Sheikh Attended a Quartet meeting. November 8–9, 2008
81  Peru Lima Accompanied President Bush to the APEC Summit Meeting. November 21–23, 2008
82  United Kingdom London Met with Foreign Secretary Miliband. December 1–2, 2008
 Belgium Brussels Attended a NATO Foreign Ministers' Meeting. December 2, 2008
 India New Delhi Met with Prime Minister Singh and External Affairs Minister Mukherjee. December 3–4, 2008
 Pakistan Islamabad Met with President Zardari and senior officials. December 4, 2008
 Denmark Copenhagen Met with Prime Minister Rasmussen and Foreign Minister Møller. December 4–5, 2008
83  Panama Panama City Met with President Torrijos and attended the first Pathways to Prosperity in the Americas Ministerial Meeting. December 9–10, 2008

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Travels Abroad of the Secretary of State". Office of the Historian, Bureau of Public Affairs United States Department of State.