List of international trips made by Mike Pompeo as United States Secretary of State

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing, June 2018
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe in Tokyo, July 2018
Mike Pompeo with North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un in Pyongyang, October 2018
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo with South Korean President Moon Jae-in in Seoul, October 2018

This is a list of international visits undertaken by Mike Pompeo (in office 2018–present)[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 secretaries of state have made during their tenure in the position.[1]

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Country Locations Details Dates
1  Belgium Brussels Attended a NATO Foreign Ministers’ Meeting. April 26–27, 2018
 Saudi Arabia Riyadh Met with Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir. April 28–29, 2018
 Israel Tel Aviv Met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. April 29, 2018
 Jordan Amman Met with King Abdullah II and Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi. Also met with Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono.[2] April 30, 2018
2  North Korea Pyongyang Met with Chairman Kim Jong-un and other North Korean Government officials. Also secured the release of three Americans.[3] May 8–9, 2018
3  Canada Charlevoix Accompanied President Trump to the G-7 meetings. June 9, 2018
 Singapore Singapore Participated in the President's summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and bilateral events with Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. June 10–13, 2018
 South Korea Seoul Met with senior Korean and Japanese officials to discuss the U.S.-Republic of Korea alliance, the U.S.-Japan alliance, and next steps in our shared approach to North Korea. June 13–14, 2018
 China Beijing Met with Chinese officials on bilateral, regional, and global issues that affect both countries.[4] June 14, 2018
4  North Korea Pyongyang Continued consultations and implementation of the forward progress made by President Trump and Chairman Kim in Singapore. July 5–7, 2018
 Japan Tokyo Met with Japanese and South Korean leaders to discuss our shared commitment to the final, fully verified denuclearization of the DPRK, as well as other bilateral and regional issues. July 7–8, 2018
 Vietnam Hanoi Met with senior Vietnamese officials to discuss our shared commitment to the final, fully verified denuclearization of the DPRK and other bilateral and regional issues. July 8–9, 2018
 Afghanistan Kabul Met with Afghan officials. July 9, 2018
 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Met with UAE leaders to discuss ways to further strengthen the U.S.-UAE partnership. July 9–10, 2018
 Belgium Brussels Accompanied President Trump to the NATO Summit and also participated in the U.S.-EU Energy Council and co-hosted a meeting of foreign ministers of the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS.[5] July 10–12, 2018
5  Mexico Mexico City Met with President Enrique Peña Nieto, Foreign Secretary Luis Videgaray Caso, and President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.[6] July 13, 2018
6  Finland Helsinki Accompanied President Trump to his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Also met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Finnish Foreign Minister Timo Soini, to discuss bilateral and regional issues.[7] July 16, 2018
7  Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Met with senior Malaysian officials to discuss strengthening the Comprehensive Partnership and advancing common security and economic interests. August 1–3, 2018
 Singapore Singapore Participated in annual ASEAN-centered ministerial meetings. August 3–4, 2018
 Indonesia Jakarta Met with senior Indonesian officials to discuss U.S.-Indonesia Strategic Partnership.[8] August 4–5, 2018
8  Pakistan Islamabad Met with Prime Minister Imran Khan, Foreign Minister Qureshi, and Chief of Army Staff Qamar Javed Bajwa to discuss U.S.-Pakistan bilateral relations. September 5, 2018
 India New Delhi Participated in the inaugural U.S.-India “2+2” dialogue and met with senior officials.[9] September 6, 2018
9  Japan Tokyo Met with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Foreign Minister Taro Kono. October 6–7, 2018
 North Korea Pyongyang Met with Chairman Kim Jong-un. October 7, 2018
 South Korea Seoul Met with President Moon Jae-in and Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha. October 7–8, 2018
 China Beijing Met with Chinese counterparts to discuss bilateral, regional, and global issues.[10] October 8, 2018
10  Saudi Arabia Riyadh Met with Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman and Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir regarding the investigation into the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi.[11] October 15–17, 2018
 Turkey Ankara Met with Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu and President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan[12] October 17, 2018
 Panama Panama City Met with President Juan Carlos Varela and Vice President and Foreign Minister Isabel de Saint Malo de Alvarado to discuss ongoing U.S.-Panama collaboration on regional priorities. October 18, 2018
 Mexico Mexico City Met with President Enrique Peña Nieto, Foreign Secretary Luis Videgaray Caso, and Foreign Secretary-designate Marcelo Luis Ebrard Casaubon.[13] October 19, 2018
11  France Paris Joined President Trump in commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of the WWI. Also participated in the President's meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron.[14] November 10–11, 2018
12  Argentina Buenos Aires Supported President Trump’s participation in the G20 Leaders’ Summit.[15] November 29-December 1, 2018
13  Belgium Brussels Participated in the semi-annual meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers and also met with Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel.[16] December 3–4, 2018
14  Brazil Brasília Attended the inauguration of President Bolsonaro.[citation needed] December 31, 2018 – January 2, 2019
 Colombia Cartagena Met with President Iván Duque Marquez.[citation needed] January 2, 2019
15  Jordan Amman January 8, 2019
 Iraq Baghdad, Erbil January 9, 2019
 Egypt Cairo January 10, 2019
 Bahrain Manama January 11, 2019
 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi January 12–13, 2019
 Qatar Doha January 13, 2019
 Saudi Arabia Riyadh January 13–14, 2019
 Oman Muscat January 14, 2019
16  Hungary Budapest Met with Prime Minister Viktor Orban, Defense Minister Tibor Benko and Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto. February 11, 2019
 Slovakia Bratislava Met with President Andrej Kiska, Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini and Foreign Minister Miroslav Lajčák. February 12, 2019
 Poland Warsaw Met with Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz. February 12–15, 2019
 Belgium Brussels Met with EU High Representative Federica Mogherini to talk about US-EU relations. February 15, 2019
 Iceland Reykjavik Met with Prime Minister Katrin Jakobsdottir and Foreign Minister Gudlaugur Thor Thordarson. February 15, 2019
17  Vietnam Hanoi Participated in the President's summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.[citation needed] February 25–28, 2019
 Philippines Manila Met with President Rodrigo Duterte and Secretary of Foreign Affairs Teodoro Locsin Jr.. February 28–March 1, 2019
18  Kuwait Kuwait City Attend the 3rd US-Kuwait Strategic Dialogue and Met with the Emir Sabah Al-Sabah and Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Al-Khalid Al-Sabah. March 20, 2019
 Israel Jerusalem Attend the 6th Trilateral summit between the US, Greece, Cyprus and Israel and Met with President Reuven Rivlin. March 20–21, 2019
 Lebanon Beirut Met with Prime Minister Saad Hariri, President Michel Aoun and Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil. March 22–23, 2019
19  Chile Santiago Met with President Sebastián Piñera and Foreign Minister Roberto Ampuero. April 12, 2019
 Paraguay Asuncion Met with President Abdo Benitez and Foreign Minister Luis Castiglion. April 13, 2019
 Peru Lima Met with President Martín Vizcarra Foreign Minister Popolizio Bardales. April 13, 2019
 Colombia Cucuta Met with President Ivan Duque. April 14, 2019
20  Finland Rovaniemi Attend the Arctic Council and met with Foreign Minister Timo Soini. May 6–7, 2019
 Iraq Baghdad Met with President Barham Salih and Prime Minister Adil Abd al-Mahdi. May 7, 2019
 United Kingdom London Met with Prime Minister Theresa May and Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt. May 8, 2019
21  Belgium Brussels Met with key European allies and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. May 13, 2019
 Russia Sochi Met with President Vladimir Putin and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. May 14, 2019
22  Germany Berlin Met with Chancellor Angela Merkel and Foreign Minister Heiko Maas. May 31, 2019
  Switzerland Bern
Montreux
Bellinzona
Met with Foreign Minister Ignazio Cassis, attended the Bilderberg Meeting, and met WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom. May 31–June 3, 2019
 Netherlands The Hague Met with Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Foreign Minister Stef Blok. June 3, 2019
 United Kingdom London Accompanied President Trump on a state visit. June 4–5, 2019
23  Saudi Arabia Jeddah June 2019
 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi June 2019
 Afghanistan Kabul Met with President Ashraf Ghani June 25, 2019
 India New Delhi June 2019
 Japan Osaka Accompanied President Trump to the G-20 Summit. June 28–29, 2019
 South Korea Seoul Accompanied President Trump. June 29–30, 2019
24  Argentina Buenos Aires July 19, 2019
 Ecuador Guayaquil July 20, 2019
 Mexico Mexico City July 21, 2019
 El Salvador San Salvador July 21, 2019
25  Thailand Bangkok Participated in annual ASEAN-centered ministerial meetings. August 1–3, 2019
 Australia Sydney August 3–5, 2019
 Micronesia Pohnpei August 5–6, 2019
26  Canada Ottawa Met with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland. August 22, 2019
27  Belgium Brussels September 2–3, 2019
28  Saudi Arabia Jeddah September 18, 2019
 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi September 18–19, 2019
29  Italy Rome, Abruzzo Met with President Sergio Mattarella, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, and Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio. October 1–3, 2019
  Vatican City Vatican City Met with His Holiness Pope Francis, Secretary of State Pietro Parolin and Secretary for Relations with States Paul Gallagher. October 2, 2019
 Montenegro Podgorica Met with President Milo Đukanović, Prime Minister Duško Marković and Foreign Minister Srdjan Darmanović. October 4, 2019
 North Macedonia Skopje, Lake Ohrid Met with President Stevo Pendarovski and Prime Minister Zoran Zaev. Also visited Holy Mother of God “Peribleptos” monastery. October 4, 2019
 Greece Athens Met with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias and Defence Minister Nikos Panagiotopoulos October 5–6, 2019
30  Turkey Ankara October 17–18, 2019
 Israel Jerusalem October 18–19, 2019
 Belgium Brussels October 19, 2019
31  Germany Berlin November 6-8, 2019
32  Belgium Brussels November 19-21, 2019

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.
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