List of trips made by Vladimir Putin

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Putin in Munchen, 2007
Vladimir Putin with Queen Elizabeth II in his visit in London. April 2000
Vladimir Putin and Tony Blair
Vladimir Putin in Cuba, December 2000
Vladimir Putin speech to International Olympic Committee in Guatemala City.
Vladimir Putin in Australia – The first Russian leader to visit this area. September 2007
Vladimir Putin in North Korea at his First official visit as President of Russia to foreign country. July 2000
Vladimir Putin in the United States, November 2001
Vladimir Putin in Israel, April 2005
Vladimir Putin at APEC Summit in Thailand, October 2003
President George W. Bush of the United States and President Vladimir Putin of Russia, exchange handshakes after their meeting at the G8 Summit in Heiligendamm, Germany. June 2007
Vladimir Putin in Iran, October 2007
Vladimir and Lyudmila Putin visiting the Taj Mahal, October 2000

This is a list of presidential and prime ministerial trips made by Vladimir Putin. During his presidency, which began with his inauguration on May 7, 2000, and he has traveled to 50 different countries internationally as of March 2008, in addition to many more trips made domestically within Russia.

First term as president[edit]

2000[edit]

  • July 19–20, 2000 – Visit to the Korean Democratic People's Republic at the invitation of the Secretary of the Workers' People Party of Korea, Chairman Kim Jong-il.
  • October 2–5, 2000– State Vist To Republic of India and meet the Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and President Kocheril Raman Narayan

2001[edit]

  • June 16, 2001 – Meeting with U.S. President George W. Bush (in Brdo pri Kranju, Slovenia)Slovenia Summit 2001
  • July 20–22, 2001 – Meeting of Heads of State and Government of the "G-8" (Genoa, Italy)
  • October 18–21, 2001 – Meeting of Heads of State and Government – members of the forum, "Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation" (Shanghai, China)
  • November 12–15, 2001 – State visit to the United States of America
  • 14 – December 2001 – working visit to Kharkiv, Ukraine.

2002[edit]

  • April 9–10, 2002 – Russian-German intergovernmental consultations (Weimar, Germany)
  • April 23–24, 2002 – Meeting of heads of Caspian states (Ashkhabad, Turkmenistan)
  • May 28, 2002 – Meeting of the NATO-Russia Council at the level of Heads of State and Government (Rome, Italy)
  • June 3–4, 2002 – Meeting of Heads of State and Government participating in the Conference on Interaction and Confidence-Building Measures in Asia (Almaty, Kazakhstan)
  • June 26–28, 2002 – Meeting of Heads of State and Government of the "G-8" (Canada)
  • October 6, 2002 – Trip to Kiev (Ukraine)
  • October 6–7, 2002 – The CIS summit in Chisinau (Moldova)
  • October 26–27, 2002-APEC summit in Mexico
  • November 11, 2002 – Summit Russia-EU (Brussels, Belgium)
  • November 12, 2002 – Official visit to Norway
  • December 1–3, 2002 – official visit to China
  • December 3–5, 2002 – Official visit to India
  • December 5, 2002 – Official visit to Kyrgyzstan

2003[edit]

  • January 19–20, 2003 – Meeting of Supreme State Council of the Union State of Russia and Belarus (Minsk, Belarus)
  • January 27–29, 2003 – Working visit to Ukraine
  • February 9, 2003 – Working visit to Germany
  • February 10–12, 2003 – State visit to France
  • March 1–3, 2003 – State visit to Bulgaria
  • April 26–28, 2003 – Working visit to Tajikistan
  • April 30 – May 5, 2003 – Working visit to Ukraine
  • June 2–3, 2003 – Meeting of Heads of State and Government of the "G-8" (France)
  • June 24–27, 2003 – State visit to United Kingdom
  • August 4–5, 2003 – Official visit to Malaysia
  • August 6, 2003 – working visit to Uzbekistan
  • August 29–31, 2003 – working visit to Italy
  • September 18–19, 2003 – The meeting of CIS heads of state (Yalta, Ukraine)
  • September 24–27, 2003 – Working visit to the United States of America (visited Houston, Texas)
  • October 16–17, 2003 – Working visit to Malaysia
  • October 19–22, 2003 – Participation in the meeting of Heads of State and Government participating in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum (Bangkok, Thailand)
  • October 23, 2003 – Working visit to the Kyrgyz Republic
  • November 4–6, 2003 – State visit to Italy
  • November 6, 2003 – Russia-EU summit(Rome, Italy)
  • November 7, 2003 – Working visit to France
  • December 24, 2003 – Working visit to Ukraine

2004[edit]

  • January 9–10, 2004 – Official visit to Kazakhstan
  • January 23–24, 2004 – Working visit to Ukraine
  • April 22–23, 2004 – Working visit to Ukraine

Second term as president[edit]

2004[edit]

2005[edit]

2006[edit]

  • January 10–13, 2006 – Official visit to Kazakhstan
  • February 8–9, 2006 – State visit to Spain
  • February 21–22, 2006 – Visit to Azerbaijan
  • February 28 – March 1, 2006 – Official visit to Hungary
  • March 21–22, 2006 – Official visit to China
  • March 10, 2006 – Official visit to Algeria
  • March 1–2, 2006 – Official visit to the Czech Republic
  • June 16–18, 2006 – working visit to Kazakhstan.
  • June 14–16, 2006 – Working visit to Shanghai.
  • June 23, 2006 – working visit to Belarus (Minsk).
  • September 5–6, 2006 – Official visit to South Africa
  • September 4, 2006 – The visit to Greece.
  • September 7, 2006 – Official visit to the Kingdom of Morocco.
  • September 22–23, 2006 – Visit to France.
  • October 10–11, 2006 – Visit of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • November 23–24, 2006 – Visit to Finland
  • November 18–20, 2006 – Official visit to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam
  • November 28, 2006 – working visit to Belarus.
  • December 22, 2006 – Working visit to Ukraine.

2007[edit]

  • January 25–26, 2007 – Official visit to India (New Delhi). It was decided to expand bilateral cooperation in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy on the joint construction of extraction and transportation of oil and natural gas in India and the surrounding areas.
  • February 10, 2007 – Working visit to Germany (Munich). Participation in the 43rd Munich Conference on Security Policy.
  • January 11–12, 2007 – Official visit to Saudi Arabia (Riyadh). Signed several bilateral documents on cooperation in trade, economic, humanitarian and information fields.
  • January 12, 2007 – Official visit to Qatar.
  • January 13, 2007 – Official visit to Jordan. Adopted by the Cooperative statement on further deepening of friendly relations and cooperation between the two countries signed several bilateral documents. President showed the source of John the Baptist, and he washed his hands in the waters of Jordan, visited the Orthodox Church of St. John the Baptist.
  • March 13–14, 2007 – working visit to Italy. Signing of several agreements and contracts. The first meeting between presidents of Russia and Pope Benedict XVI and the third visit of Putin to the Vatican.
  • March 15, 2007 – working visit to Greece (Athens). Signing of the Trans-Balkan oil pipeline Burgas-Alexandroupolis.
  • May 10, 2007 – Official visit to Kazakhstan (Astana). Approved a joint action plan for 2007–2008. Signed an agreement to establish the International Uranium Enrichment Center and the opening of branches of the trade missions.
  • May 10–11, 2007 – Official visit to Turkmenistan (Ashgabat). The talks were the issues of cooperation between Russia and Turkmenistan in the energy, trade and humanitarian sphere.
  • May 23–24, 2007 – Official visit to Austria (Vienna) and an official visit to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
  • June 6–8, 2007 – Working visit of the Federal Republic of Germany.
  • June 24, 2007 – working visit to Croatia.
  • June 25, 2007 – working visit to Turkey
  • July 1–2, 2007 – Visit to the United States of America
  • July 3–4, 2007 – Working visit to Guatemala
  • September 6, 2007 – Official visit to Indonesia (The first Russian leader to do so).
  • September 7–9, 2007 – Official visit to Australia (The first visit of Russian leader to this area).
  • September 10, 2007 – Official visit to the United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi). This is was the First visit of Russian leader to this country.
  • October 5–6, 2007 – Working visit to Tajikistan (Dushanbe)
  • October 14–15, 2007 – Visit to Germany (Wiesbaden).
  • October 16, 2007 – Visit to the Islamic Republic of Iran (Tehran).
  • October 25–26, 2007. A visit to Portugal.
  • December 13–14, 2007 – Official Visit to Belarus

2008[edit]

Second term as prime minister[edit]

2008[edit]

  • August 7–8, 2008 – Official visit to China for Beijing olympics opening ceremony.

Third term as president[edit]

2012[edit]

2013[edit]

  • March 26–27 – Official visit to South Africa. BRICS Summit.
  • April 7 – Official visit in Germany. He was opened the Hannover Economic Forum.
  • April 8 – Official visit in Netherlands.
  • June 25 – Visit in Finland.
  • July 7 – Official Visit in Kazakhstan.
  • August 13–14 – Visit in Azerbaijan.
  • August 25 – Visit in Abkhazia.
  • October 7–8 – Official visit in Indonesia.
  • October 24–25 – Summit of Euro-Asian Economic Council and CIS in Minsk, Belarus.
  • November 12 – visit in Vietnam.
  • November 13 – visit in South Korea.
  • November 25–26 – Official visit to Vatican City and Italy.
  • December 2 – Visit to Armenia.

2014[edit]

Vladimir Putin and world leaders at celebrating the 70th anniversary of D-Day. June 6, 2014.

2015[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://news.kremlin.ru/news/15516
  2. ^ http://news.kremlin.ru/news/15438
  3. ^ http://kremlin.ru/news/15548
  4. ^ http://www.globaltimes.cn/NEWS/tabid/99/ID/711899/Putin-to-visit-China-take-part-in-SCO-summit.aspx
  5. ^ Путин встретится с Обамой на саммите G20 в Мексике, Putin will meet Obama in G-20 Summit in Mexico, Vesti.ru (Russian)
  6. ^ Владимир Путин примет участие в саммите «большой двадцатки», Kremlin.ru
  7. ^ Russian President-elect Vladimir Putin to visit Israel in June, Haaretz
  8. ^ Putin to visit Israel in June
  9. ^ Israeli source
  10. ^ Russian President will go to Israel, Palestinian National Authority and Jordan in official visit, Kremlin.ru
  11. ^ Israeli source
  12. ^ Russian President will go to Israel, Palestinian National Authority and Jordan in official visit, Kremlin.ru
  13. ^ Israeli source
  14. ^ Russian President will go to Israel, Palestinian National Authority and Jordan in official visit, Kremlin.ru
  15. ^ Visit in Ukraine, Kremlin.ru
  16. ^ David Cameron to challenge Vladimir Putin over Syria during Olympic visit, HITS Report
  17. ^ Visit to Great Britain, Kremlin.ru
  18. ^ Рабочий визит в Турцию
  19. ^ Putin visits Turkey amid differences over Syria
  20. ^ Владимир Путин посетил с рабочим визитом Туркменистан, где принял участие в заседании Совета глав государств Содружества Независимых Государств, Kremlin's official report
  21. ^ For Summit, China Orders up a Quiet, Clean Beijing

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