List of international prime ministerial trips made by Atal Bihari Vajpayee

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This is a list of international trips made by Atal Bihari Vajpayee during his prime ministership of India.

List[edit]

Country Areas visited Date(s) Purpose(s) Notes
 Sri Lanka Colombo 28–31 July 1998 10th SAARC Summit [1]
 Oman Salalah 29–30 August 1998 State visit [1]
 Namibia Windhoek 30–31 August 1998 State visit [1]
 South Africa Durban 1–2 September 1998 NAM Summit [1]
 Mauritius Port Louis 3–4 September 1998 State visit [1]
 United States New York City 22–28 September 1998 UN General Assembly [1]
 France Paris 29–30 September 1998 State visit [1]
 Trinidad and Tobago Port of Spain 8–9 February 1999 State visit [1]
 Jamaica Montego Bay 9–12 February 1999 9th G-15 Summit [1]
 Morocco 13–14 February 1999 State visit [1]
 Pakistan Lahore 20–21 February 1999 State visit Vajpayee traveled on the inaugural run of the Delhi-Lahore bus service.[1][2]
 Bangladesh Dhaka 19–20 June 1999 State visit Inauguration of the Kolkata-Dhaka bus service.[2]
 South Africa Durban 12–15 November 1999 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 1999 [2]
 Mauritius 10–13 March 2000 State visit [3]
 Turkey March–April 2000 [3]
 Italy 25–27 June 2000 State visit [3]
  Vatican City 26 June 2000 State visit [3]
 Portugal 28–29 June 2000 State visit [3]
 United States New York City
Washington, D.C.
5–13 September 13–17 September 2000 Millennium Summit
State visit
Vajpayee was the only foreign leader to have addressed the Joint Sitting of the 106th Congress.[4][3]
 Germany 18–19 September 2000 State visit [3]
 Vietnam Hanoi 7–10 January 2001 State visit [3]
 Indonesia Jakarta 10–14 January 2001 State visit [3]
 Iran 10–13 April 2001 State visit [5]
 Malaysia 13–16 May 2001 State visit [5]
 Russia Moscow 4–7 November 2001 State visit [5]
 United States Washington, D.C.
New York City
7–11 November 2001 State visit and UN General Assembly Official working visit from 7-9 Nov. UNGA from 10 Nov.[4][5]
 United Kingdom 12–13 November 2001 State visit [5]
 Japan Tokyo 7–11 December 2001 State visit [5]
   Nepal 3–6 January 2002 SAARC Summit [5]
 Cambodia 9-11 April 2002 State visit [6]
 United States New York City 12 September 2002 UN General Assembly Met with President George W. Bush at the UN General Assembly in New York City.[4]
 Cambodia 4-6 November 2002 India-ASEAN Summit [7]
 Laos 6-8 November 2002 State visit [8]
 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 22–25 February 2003 13th NAM summit [8]
 Germany 27–28 May 2003 State visit [8]
 Russia Saint Petersburg 29 May–1 June 2003 Tercentenary Celebrations of the city [8]
  Switzerland Evian 1–3 June 2003 G-8 summit [8]
 China Beijing
Luoyang
22–27 June 2003 State visit [8]
 Turkey Ankara
Istanbul
16–19 September 2003 State visit [8]
 United States New York City 20–28 September 2003 UN General Assembly Met with President George W. Bush at the UN General Assembly in New York City on 24 September.[4][8]
 Indonesia Bali 5–8 October 2003 2nd India-ASEAN Summit [8]
 Thailand 8–12 October 2003 State visit [8]
 Sri Lanka 19–22 October 2003 State visit [8]
 Russia Moscow 11–13 November 2003 State visit [8]
 Tajikistan 13–14 November 2003 State visit [8]
 Syria 14–16 November 2003 State visit [8]
 Nigeria Abuja 4–7 December 2003 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 2003 [8]
 Pakistan Islamabad 3–6 January 2004 SAARC Summit [8]

References[edit]

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 http://mealib.nic.in/?1571?000
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 http://mealib.nic.in/?pdf2387?000
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 http://mealib.nic.in/?pdf2529?000
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 "India - Visits by Foreign Leaders - Department History - Office of the Historian". history.state.gov. Retrieved 2015-12-15.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 http://mealib.nic.in/?pdf2530?000
  6. http://mealib.nic.in/?pdf2532?000
  7. "Bilateral Brief - India-Cambodia". www.indembassyphnompenh.org. Retrieved 2018-08-20.
  8. 8.00 8.01 8.02 8.03 8.04 8.05 8.06 8.07 8.08 8.09 8.10 8.11 8.12 8.13 8.14 8.15 http://mealib.nic.in/?pdf2531?000


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