List of international presidential trips made by Aníbal Cavaco Silva

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His Excellency
Aníbal Cavaco Silva
Aníbal Cavaco Silva 2014.jpg
President of the Portuguese Republic
In office
9 March 2006 (2006-03-09) – 9 March 2016 (2016-03-09)
Preceded by Jorge Sampaio
Succeeded by Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa
Personal details
Residence Belém Palace
Website anibalcavacosilva.arquivo.presidencia.pt

Below is a list of international presidential trips made by Aníbal Cavaco Silva as President of the Portuguese Republic.[1][2][3]

2006[edit]

Country Locations Date Details
 Guinea-Bissau Bissau July 6th CPLP Summit.
 Spain Madrid 25-28 September Visit to his Spanish counterpart King Juan Carlos I and his wife, Queen Sofía.[4]
 Uruguay Montevideo November 16th Ibero-American Summit.

2007[edit]

Country Locations Date Details
 India 10-17 January Visit to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.[5]
 Luxembourg 9 March
 Latvia Riga April 4th Arraiolos meeting
 United States 20-23 June During this visit, President Cavaco Silva plans to open an exhibition concerning Portugal's role in the discovery and convergence of diverse cultures, and to contact some Portuguese communities on the North American Eastern Seaboard, including the city of Fall River, Massachusetts whose Portuguese-descended population (43.9 percent at the 2000 census) is the highest of any municipality in the United States. Fall River features a replica of "The Gates of the City of Ponta Delgada" or "Portas da Cidade" in Portuguese.
 France

 Belgium

European institutions in

Strasbourg and Brussels

3-5 September [6]
 Chile Santiago 6-10 November Meeting with President Michelle Bachelet.[7] 17th Ibero-American Summit.

2008[edit]

Country Locations Date Details
 Spain León 10-11 February [8]
 Jordan 16-18 February Meeting with King Abdullah II and Queen Rania.[9]
 Brazil Rio de Janeiro 6-9 March Visit to his Brazilian counterpart President Lula da Silva.[10]
 Mozambique 24-26 March Meeting with President Armando Guebuza.[11]
 Austria Graz April 5th Arraiolos meeting
 Italy Naples June 4th COTEC Europa meeting
 Poland 1-4 September Meeting with Polish President Lech Kaczyński.[12]
 Slovakia 4-5 September Visit to President Ivan Gašparovič.[13]
 USA New York City 22-25 September [14]

2009[edit]

Country Locations Date Details
 Germany Osnabrück 2-6 March Visit to his German counterpart President Horst Köhler.[15]
 Turkey 11-15 May Meeting with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdoğan and President Abdullah Gül.[16]
 Italy Naples June 6th Arraiolos meeting
 Austria 23-26 July Meeting with the former Austrian Chancellor Franz Vranitzky and President Heinz Fischer.[17]
 Spain Madrid October 5th COTEC Europa meeting

2010[edit]

Country Locations Date Details
 Catalonia, Spain Barcelona [18]
 Andorra 5-7 March
 Czech Republic 14-17 April Meeting with President Václav Klaus. The trip had to be extended due to the air traffic disruptions because of the eruption(s) of Eyjafjallajökull.[19]
 Cape Verde 4-7 July Meeting with his counterpart of Cape Verde, President Pedro Pires. Cavaco Silva also met with the Prime Minister of Cape Verde.[20]
 Angola 18-23 July Silva made a strong effort to speak to business owners and to strengthen relations between Portuguese and Angolan businesses. met with the President Eduardo dos Santos along with many of the governors of the different regions of Angola. This trip is expected to be the last state visit that Cavaco Silva will make during his first term of the presidency.[21] 8th CPLP Summit (23 July).
 Argentina Mar del Plata November 20th Ibero-American Summit.

2011[edit]

Country Locations Date Details
 Hungary Budapest April 7th Arraiolos meeting.
 Paraguay Asunción October 21st Ibero-American Summit.
 Italy Genoa October 7th COTEC Europa meeting.
 USA New York City,

Washington, D.C.,

San Jose

9-14 November [22]

2012[edit]

Country Locations Date Details
 Finland Helsinki February 8th Arraiolos meeting.
 East Timor 19-22 May
 Indonesia 22-24 May
 Australia 24-26 May
 Singapore 27-28 May
 Mozambique Maputo July 9th CPLP Summit.
 Spain Madrid October
 Spain Cádiz November 22nd Ibero-American Summit.

2013[edit]

Country Locations Date Details
 Colombia 15-17 April
 Peru 18-19 April
 Sweden 1-3 October Welcomed by the King and Queen of Sweden, Silva visited a series of technological, economic and cultural enterprises.[23]
 Poland Kraków October 9th Arraiolos meeting.
 Panama Panama City 16-18 October 23rd Ibero-American Summit.

2014[edit]

Country Locations Date Details
 China 13-18 May
 Korea 19-21 July
 East Timor Dili July 10th CPLP Summit.
 UAE 26-27 November
 Mexico Veracruz 8-9 Dezember 24th Ibero-American Summit.

2015[edit]

Country Locations Date Details
 Norway 4-6 May
 Bulgaria 15-16 June
 Romania 17-18 June
 Germany Wartburg,

Erfurt

September 11th Arraiolos meeting
 Italy Rome October

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Visitas de Estado e Oficiais". Arquivo da Página Oficial da Presidência da República Portuguesa entre 9 de março de 2006 e 9 de março de 2016 (in Portuguese). Presidência da República Portuguesa. Retrieved 2016-11-21. 
  2. ^ "Cimeiras e Encontros". Arquivo da Página Oficial da Presidência da República entre 9 de março de 2006 e 9 de março de 2016 (in Portuguese). Presidência da República Portuguesa. Retrieved 2016-11-21. 
  3. ^ "Outras Visitas". Arquivo da Página Oficial da Presidência da República entre 9 de março de 2006 e 9 de março de 2016 (in Portuguese). Presidência da República Portuguesa. Retrieved 2016-11-21. 
  4. ^ http://www.presidencia.pt/espanha2006/ Retrieved 2-19-10
  5. ^ http://www.presidencia.pt/india2007/?idc=101 Retrieved 2-19-10
  6. ^ "Visita às Instituições Europeias". Arquivo da Página Oficial da Presidência da República entre 9 de março de 2006 e 9 de março de 2016 (in Portuguese). Presidência da República Portuguesa. Retrieved 2016-11-21. 
  7. ^ http://www.presidencia.pt/chile2007/ Retrieved 2-19-10
  8. ^ "Visita a León". Arquivo da Página Oficial da Presidência da República entre 9 de março de 2006 e 9 de março de 2016 (in Portuguese). Presidência da República Potuguesa. Retrieved 2016-11-21. 
  9. ^ http://www.presidencia.pt/jordania2008/ Retrieved 2-19-10
  10. ^ "Página da Visita ao Brasil". Arquivo da Página Oficial da Presidência da República entre 9 de março de 2006 e 9 de março de 2016. Presidência da República Portuguesa. Retrieved 2016-11-21. 
  11. ^ http://www.presidencia.pt/mocambique2008/ Retrieved 2-19-10
  12. ^ http://www.presidencia.pt/polonia2008/ Retrieved 2-20-10
  13. ^ http://www.presidencia.pt/eslovaquia2008/ Retrieved 2-20-10
  14. ^ "Visita a Nova York". Arquivo da Página Oficial da Presidência da República entre 9 de março de 2006 e 9 de março de 2016 (in Portuguese). Presidência da República Portuguesa. Retrieved 2016-11-21. 
  15. ^ http://www.presidencia.pt/alemanha2009/ Retrieved 2-20-10
  16. ^ http://www.presidencia.pt/turquia2009/ Retrieved 2-20-10
  17. ^ http://www.presidencia.pt/austria2009/ Retrieved 2-20-10
  18. ^ "Visita à Comunidade Autónoma da Catalunha". Arquivo da Página Oficial da Presidência da República entre 9 de março de 2006 e 9 de março de 2016 (in Portuguese). Presidência da República Portuguesa. Retrieved 2016-11-21. 
  19. ^ http://www.presidencia.pt/republicacheca2010/ Retrieved 4-15-10
  20. ^ http://www.presidencia.pt/caboverde2010 Retrieved 7-22-10
  21. ^ http://www.presidencia.pt/angola2010 Retrieved 7-22-10
  22. ^ "Página da Visita de Estado aos Estado Unidos". Arquivo da Página Oficial da Presidência da República entre 9 de março de 2006 e 9 de março de 2016. Presidência da República Portuguesa. Retrieved 2016-11-21. 
  23. ^ "State Visit from Portugal". Swedish Royal House.