List of diplomatic visits to the Philippines

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A bilateral meeting between President Benigno Aquino III of the Philippines (right) and the visiting Emir Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani of Qatar (left) at the Malacañang Palace in Manila, Philippines on August 10, 2012.
Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra of Thailand (left) with President Benigno Aquino III (right) during her visit to the Philippines on January 19, 2012.

This is a list of foreign heads of state, heads of government, and other government officials who have visited the Philippines.

List of official dignitary visits[edit]

Country Name Title Date Notes Link
 Turkey Ahmet Davutoğlu Prime Minister November 17–18, 2014 Official visit [1]
 United States Penny Pritzker Secretary of Commerce June 3–4, 2014 [2]
 Indonesia Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono President May 22–23, 2014 State visit; attended the World Economic Forum on East Asia [3]
 Burma Nyan Tun Vice President May 21, 2014 Attended the World Economic Forum on East Asia [4]
 Vietnam Nguyễn Tấn Dũng Prime Minister May 21–23, 2014 Working visit; attended the World Economic Forum on East Asia [5]
 United States Barack Obama President April 28–29, 2014 State visit [6]
 Singapore Tony Tan Keng Yam President April 2–5, 2014 State visit [7]
 Germany Maria Böhmer Minister of State March 26–28, 2014 Attended the signing of the Comprehensive Agreement on Bangsamoro. [8]
 Spain José García-Margallo y Marfil Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation March 24–25, 2014 Official visit; visited Tacloban [9]
 Australia Julie Bishop Minister for Foreign Affairs February 20–21, 2014 Visited along with Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Robb and Premier of New South Wales Barry O'Farrell. [10]
 Australia Barry O'Farrell Premier of New South Wales February 20–21, 2014 Visited along with Minister for Foreign Affairs Julie Bishop and Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Robb. [10]
 Australia Andrew Robb Minister for Trade and Investment February 20–21, 2014 Visited along with Minister for Foreign Affairs Julie Bishop and Premier of New South Wales Barry O'Farrell. [10]
 United Kingdom William Hague Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs January 30, 2014 [11]
 Sweden Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden King January 24–26, 2014 Visited the projects of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines in Tacloban, a city devastated by Typhoon Haiyan. [12]
 United States Marco Rubio Senator January 2014 [13]
 United Nations Ban Ki-moon Secretary-General December 20–22, 2013 Visited Tacloban as part of the United Nations' humanitarian efforts on helping victims of Typhoon Haiyan. [14]
 United States John Kerry Secretary of State December 17–18, 2013 Visited areas in Leyte affected by Typhoon Haiyan. [15]
 Burma Thein Sein President December 4–6, 2013 State visit [16][17]
 United States Chuck Hagel Secretary of Defense August 30, 2013 [18]
 Japan Shinzō Abe Prime Minister July 26–27, 2013 State visit [19][20]
 Thailand Surapong Tovichakchaikul Deputy Prime Minister for Foreign Affairs June 20–21, 2013 Official visit [21]
 East Timor Xanana Gusmão Prime Minister June 5–9, 2013 Official visit [22]
 Brunei Hassanal Bolkiah Sultan April 15–16, 2013 State visit [23]
 East Timor José Luís Guterres Foreign minister February 21, 2013 Official visit [24]
 Germany Guido Westerwelle Minister for Foreign Affairs February 7–8, 2013 [25]
 Japan Fumio Kishida Minister for Foreign Affairs January 9–10, 2013 [26]
 United Kingdom Hugo Swire Minister of State for Foreign Affairs December 10–11, 2012 [27]
 Canada Stephen Harper Prime Minister November 9–12, 2012 Official visit [28]
 United States Richard Lugar Senator October 28–31, 2012 [29]
 France Jean-Marc Ayrault Prime Minister October 19–21, 2012 State visit [30]
 China Fu Ying Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs October 19, 2012 [31]
 Malaysia Najib Razak Prime Minister October 14–15, 2012 Official visit [32][33]
 Argentina Héctor Timerman Minister of Foreign Affairs and Worship September 13–14, 2012 [34]
 Armenia Eduard Nalbandyan Minister of Foreign Affairs August 15, 2012 Official visit [35]
 New Zealand Murray McCully Minister of Foreign Affairs July 17–18, 2012 Official visit [36]
 Canada John Baird Minister of Foreign Affairs July 16–19, 2012 [37]
 Spain Queen Sofía of Spain Queen Consort July 2–6, 2012 State visit [38]
 Burma Wunna Maung Lwin Minister of Foreign Affairs June 14–15, 2012 Official visit [39]
 Italy Giampaolo Di Paola Minister of Defence June 14, 2012 [40]
 Iraq Hoshyar Zebari Minister of Foreign Affairs May 31 – June 2, 2012 Official visit [41]
 Laos Thongsing Thammavong Prime Minister May 10–12, 2012 State visit [42]
 Australia Quentin Bryce Governor-General April 12–13, 2012 State visit [43]
 Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani Emir April 9, 2012 State visit [44]
 Czech Republic Karel Schwarzenberg Minister of Foreign Affairs March 19–21, 2012 Official visit [45]
 Thailand Yingluck Shinawatra Prime Minister January 19, 2012 [46]
 United States John McCain Senator January 17, 2012 [47]
 United Kingdom Jeremy Browne Minister of State for Foreign Affairs December 2011 [48]
 Mexico Margarita Zavala First Lady November 23–24, 2011 Special visit [49]
 South Korea Lee Myung-bak President November 20–22, 2011 State visit [22][50]
 United States Hillary Rodham Clinton Secretary of State November 15, 2011 Working visit [51]
 Vietnam Trương Tấn Sang President October 26–28, 2011 State visit [52]
 China Liang Guanglie Ministry of National Defense May 23, 2011 [53]
 United Arab Emirates Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan Minister of Foreign Affairs October 20, 2010 Working visit [54]
 Singapore George Yeo Minister for Foreign Affairs November 19–22, 2009 Official visit [55]
 United States Hillary Rodham Clinton Secretary of State November 12–13, 2009 [56]
 China Yang Jiechi Foreign Minister October 29, 2009 Official visit [57]
 Thailand Abhisit Vejjajiva Prime Minister August 14, 2009 [58]
 United States Leon Panetta Director of the Central Intelligence Agency July 12, 2009 [59]
 United States Robert Gates Secretary of Defense June 1, 2009 [60]
 Papua New Guinea Michael Somare Prime Minister March 29 – April 1, 2009 Official visit, visited Boracay, Aklan [61]
 Thailand Kasit Piromya Minister of Foreign Affairs February 8–9, 2009 Introductory visit [62]
 East Timor José Ramos-Horta President January 14–15, 2009 Visited Davao City [63]
 Kuwait Nasser Mohammed Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah Prime Minister August 14–16, 2008 [64]
 South Korea Yu Myung-hwan Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade July 18–19, 2008 Official visit [65]
 Swaziland Mswati III King May 26, 2008 State visit; private visit to Bohol and Cebu [66]
 China Wen Jiabao Premier January 15–16, 2007 Official visit; attended the Second East Asia Summit in Cebu [57][67][68]
 India Manmohan Singh Prime Minister January 14, 2007 Attended the Second East Asia Summit and the 5th ASEAN-India Summit, both in Cebu. [68][69]
 Vietnam Nguyễn Tấn Dũng Prime Minister January 11–14, 2007 Official visit; attended the 12th ASEAN Summit and the Second East Asia Summit, both in Cebu. [70][68]
 Australia John Howard Prime Minister January 2007 Attended the Second East Asia Summit in Cebu. [71][68]
 Brunei Hassanal Bolkiah Sultan January 2007 Attended the 12th ASEAN Summit and the Second East Asia Summit, both in Cebu. [68]
 Burma Soe Win Prime Minister January 2007 Attended the 12th ASEAN Summit and the Second East Asia Summit, both in Cebu. [68]
 Cambodia Hun Sen Prime Minister January 2007 Attended the 12th ASEAN Summit and the Second East Asia Summit, both in Cebu. [68]
 Indonesia Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono President January 2007 Attended the 12th ASEAN Summit and the Second East Asia Summit, both in Cebu. [68]
 Japan Shinzō Abe Prime Minister January 2007 Attended the Second East Asia Summit in Cebu. [68]
 Laos Bouasone Bouphavanh Prime Minister January 2007 Attended the 12th ASEAN Summit and the Second East Asia Summit, both in Cebu. [68]
 Malaysia Abdullah Ahmad Badawi Prime Minister January 2007 Attended the 12th ASEAN Summit and the Second East Asia Summit, both in Cebu. [68]
 New Zealand Helen Clark Prime Minister January 2007 Attended the Second East Asia Summit in Cebu. [68]
 Singapore Lee Hsien Loong Prime Minister January 2007 Attended the 12th ASEAN Summit and the Second East Asia Summit, both in Cebu. [68]
 South Korea Roh Moo-hyun President January 2007 Attended the Second East Asia Summit in Cebu. [68]
 Thailand Surayud Chulanont Prime Minister January 2007 Attended the Second East Asia Summit in Cebu. [68]
 India Abdul Kalam President October 3–6, 2006 [72]
 Singapore George Yeo Minister for Foreign Affairs February 15, 2006 Official visit [55]
 South Korea Roh Moo-hyun President December 15–16, 2005 [73]
 Poland Marek Belka Prime Minister July 6–8, 2005 [74]
 Gambia Yahya Jammeh President June 20–25, 2005 [75]
 China Hu Jintao President April 27–28, 2005 State visit [76][57]
 United Kingdom Prince Andrew Duke of York 2004 Attended the General Certificate of Secondary Education awarding ceremony for the British School Manila in Taguig. [77]
 Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev President November 10–14, 2003 [78]
 United States George W. Bush President October 18–19, 2003 [79][80]
 Thailand Thaksin Shinawatra Prime Minister September 7, 2003 Regional visit [81]
 United States Colin Powell Secretary of State August 2–3, 2002 [82]
 Romania Ion Iliescu President February 20–22, 2002 [83]
 Vietnam Trần Đức Lương President November 14–16, 2001 Official visit [70]
 Indonesia Megawati Sukarnoputri President August 21, 2001 State visit [84][85]
 Indonesia Abdurrahman Wahid President June 29, 2001 Working visit [85]
 United Kingdom Prince Andrew Duke of York 2001 Attended the inauguration of the British School Manila in Taguig. [77]
 Mongolia Natsagiin Bagabandi President September 1–4, 2000 [86]
 China Zhu Rongji Premier November 26, 1999 [57]
 Turkey Süleyman Demirel President February 1999 Official visit [87]
 Monaco Albert II Prince 1999 Official visit [88]
 United Kingdom Anne Princess Royal 1999 Visited the British School Manila in Parañaque. [77]
 United States Madeleine Albright Secretary of State July 26–29, 1998 Attended an ASEAN Regional Forum [82]
 Italy Romano Prodi Prime Minister October 1997 [89]
 South Africa Nelson Mandela President March 1–3, 1997 State visit [90]
 United States Bill Clinton President November 24–25, 1996 Attended the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit Meeting in Manila and Subic Bay. [80]
 China Jiang Zemin President November 23, 1996 State visit [57][91]
 United States Warren Christopher Secretary of State November 21–24, 1994 Attended APEC Ministerial Meeting [82]
  Vatican City John Paul II Pope January 1995 Visit for the 1995 World Youth Day [92]
 Pakistan Benazir Bhutto Prime Minister 1995 [93]
 United States Bill Clinton President November 12–13, 1994 State visit [80]
 United States Warren Christopher Secretary of State November 12–13, 1994 Accompanied President Bill Clinton to visit. [82]
 United States James Baker Secretary of State July 25–26, 1992 Attended ASEAN Post-Ministerial Conference [82]
 Vietnam Võ Văn Kiệt Prime Minister February 26–28, 1992 Official visit [70]
 China Li Peng Premier December 13, 1990 [94][57]
 China Zhao Ziyang Premier August 6, 1981 [57]
 United States George H. W. Bush Vice President June 30, 1981 Attended the third inauguration of President Ferdinand Marcos [95]
  Vatican City John Paul II Pope February 17–23, 1981 Visit for the beatification of San Lorenzo Ruiz. [92]
 Vietnam Phạm Văn Đồng Prime Minister September 16–19, 1978 State visit [70]
 United States Gerald Ford President December 6–7, 1975 Official visit [80]
 Singapore Lee Kuan Yew Prime Minister January 1974 [96]
 Indonesia Suharto President February 13–14, 1972 State visit [85]
  Vatican City Paul VI Pope November 27–29, 1970 [92]
 United States Spiro Agnew Vice President December 26, 1969 Attended the second inauguration of President Ferdinand Marcos [95]
 United States Ronald Reagan Governor of California September 1969 Attended the inauguration of the Cultural Center of the Philippines in Pasay. [97][98]
 United States Richard Nixon President July 26–27, 1969 State visit [80]
 United States Lyndon B. Johnson President October 24–26, 1966 Attended a summit conference and visited Los Baños and Corregidor Island. [80]
 United States Hubert Humphrey Vice President February 22, 1966 [95]
 Thailand Bhumibol Adulyadej King July 9–14, 1963 State visit [99]
 Mexico Adolfo López Mateos President October 20–23, 1962 State visit [100]
 United States Lyndon B. Johnson Vice President May 13–14, 1961 [95]
 United States Dwight D. Eisenhower President June 14–16, 1960 State visit [80]
 United States Richard Nixon Vice President July 3–5, 1956 [95]
 Indonesia Sukarno President May 14–16, 1956 State visit [85]
 United States Richard Nixon Vice President November 21, 1953 [95]
 United States John Nance Garner Vice President November 12–20, 1935 Attended the inauguration of President Manuel L. Quezon [95]

Future scheduled visits[edit]

Country Name Title Date Notes Link
  Vatican City Francis Pope January 15–19, 2015 Papal and state visit; visiting Tacloban to meet with victims of the 2013 Bohol earthquake and Typhoon Haiyan. [101]
 France François Hollande President March 2015 Official visit [102]

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