List of international presidential trips made by Boris Yeltsin

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World map highlighting countries visited by Boris Yeltsin during his presidency.
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Yeltsin with George Bush, Sr., in The White House, Washington D.C., 1992.

This is a list of presidential trips made by Boris Yeltsin during his presidency, which began with his appointment on July 10, 1991. He has traveled to 50 different countries internationally, in addition to many more trips made domestically within Russia.

First term as president[edit]

President Bill Clinton with Yeltsin during a meeting at the home of Franklin Roosevelt on October 23, 1995.

1991–1996[edit]

  • 1991 - Official Visit to Bonn, Germany.[1]
  • 1991 – Official Visit to Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan.[2]
  • 1991 – Official visit to Vatican City. First Russian leader to do so.
  • 1991 – Official visit to Washington D.C., United States.[3]
  • 1991 – Official Visit to Prague, Czechoslovakia[4]
  • 1991 – visit to Paris, France.
  • 1991 – visit to Bonn, Germany.
  • 1992 – Official visit to Washington D.C., United States.
  • 1992 – Official visit to London, United Kingdom.
  • 1992 – visit to South Korea.[5]
  • 1992 – Official visit to Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.[6]
  • 1992 – visit to Paris, France.
  • 1992 – visit to China.
  • 1993 – visit to Athens, Greece
  • 1993 – visit to Turkmenistan
  • 1993 – visit to Brussels, Belgium[7]
  • 1993 – visit to India
  • 1993 - Trip to Belarus for CIS Summit.
  • 1993 – visit to Poland[8]
  • 1993 – Official Visit to Prague, Czech Republic.
  • 1993 – visit to Bratislava, Slovakia
  • 1993 – official visit to Tokyo, Japan
  • 1994 – official visit to Barcelona, Spain
  • 1994 – visit to Corfu island, Greece
  • 1994 – Official visit to London, United Kingdom.
  • 1994 – official visit to Madrid, Spain
  • 1994 – official visit to Tbilisi, Georgia[9][10][11]
  • 1994 – official visit to Stuttgart, Germany
  • 1994 - Trip to U.S.
  • 1994 – official visit to Ireland
  • 1995 – official visit to Minsk, Belarus[12]
  • 1995 - Trip to Kazakhstan for CIS Summit.
  • 1995 - Trip To Belarus for CIS Summit.
  • 1995 - Trip to U.S.

Second term as president[edit]

1996–1999[edit]

  • 1996 – Official visit to Brest, Belarus.
  • 1996 – Official visit to Beijing, China.
  • 1996 – Official visit to Oslo, Norway. First Russian leader to do so.
  • 1997 – Official visit to Baden-Baden, Germany. First Russian leader to do so.
  • 1997 – Official visit to Beijing, China.[13]
  • 1997 – Official visit to Kiev, Ukraine.[14]
  • 1997 - Trip to U.S. for G8 Summit.
  • 1997 - Trip to Moldova for CIS Summit.
  • 1997 – Official visit to Stockholm, Sweden. First Russian leader to do so.[15]
  • 1998 – Official visit to Rome, Italy.
  • 1998 – Official visit to the Vatican.[16]
  • 1998 – Official visit to Kanagawa, Japan
  • 1998 - Trip to UK for G8 Summit.
  • 1998 – Official visit to Bonn, Germany.
  • 1998 – Official visit to Tashkent, Uzbekistan.[17][18]
  • 1999 - Trip to Germany for G8 Summit.
  • 1999 - Trip to Turkey for OSCE Summit.
  • 1999 – Official visit to Beijing, China

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ JONES, TAMARA (November 22, 1991). "Bonn Pledges Broad Help to Yeltsin : Germany: Kohl treats the Russian leader as a chief of state. The two vow industrial, economic and cultural cooperation" – via LA Times.
  2. ^ Clines, Francis X. "THE END OF THE SOVIET UNION; Yeltsin Roots: Firmly in Soil". New York Times.
  3. ^ Rosenthal, Andrew. "SUMMIT IN WASHINGTON; YELTSIN CHEERED AT CAPITOL AS HE PLEDGES ERA OF TRUST AND ASKS FOR ACTION ON AID". New York Times.
  4. ^ Perlez, Jane. "YELTSIN AND HAVEL TRY TO BURY PAST". New York Times.
  5. ^ Press, The Associated. "Yeltsin Gives South Korea Flight Recorders". New York Times.
  6. ^ "Boris Yeltsin visits Canada". December 31, 1969.
  7. ^ "Yeltsin invited to Brussels Dec. 9".
  8. ^ Perlez, Jane. "Yeltsin 'Understands' Polish Bid for a Role in NATO". New York Times.
  9. ^ Bohlen, Celestine. "Russia and Georgia Sign Military Cooperation Treaty". New York Times.
  10. ^ "Yeltsin, Shevardnadze sign Russian-Georgian accords". UPI.
  11. ^ "Yeltsin signs Georgia treaty". The Independent.
  12. ^ "Yeltsin visits Belarus". UPI.
  13. ^ Reuters. "Yeltsin in China To Put an End To Border Issue". New York Times.
  14. ^ Reuters. "Yeltsin to Press Kiev Ties". New York Times.
  15. ^ Reuters. "Yeltsin, in Sweden, Speaks of Nuclear Cuts".
  16. ^ New York Times News Service. "POPE, YELTSIN HOLD WARM, LONG MEETING". Chicago Tribune.
  17. ^ Melvin, Neil J. (August 2, 2004). "Uzbekistan: Transition to Authoritarianism". Taylor & Francis – via Google Books.
  18. ^ Fazendeiro, Bernardo Teles (August 25, 2017). "Uzbekistan's Foreign Policy: The Struggle for Recognition and Self-Reliance under Karimov". Routledge – via Google Books.

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