List of international prime ministerial trips made by Indira Gandhi

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Template:Indira Gandhi series The following is a list of international prime ministerial trips made by Indira Gandhi during her tenure as the Prime Minister of India from 1966 to 1977, and again from 1980 to 1984.

First term (1966–71)[edit]

Country Areas visited Date(s) Purpose(s) Notes
 France Paris 25–26 March 1966 Made a brief stop-over at Paris on 25 and 26 March, on her way to, Washington.[1]
 United States Williamsburg, New York City 28 March–1 April 1966 State visit Official visit. In U.S. 27 March – 1 April; visited Williamsburg and New York City.[1][2]
Template:Country data Soviet Union Moscow April 1966 stopped for a day in Moscow in April, 1966 on her way back from the USA.[1]
 Egypt July 1966 State visit [1]
Template:Country data Yugoslavia July 1966 State visit [1]
Template:Country data Soviet Union Moscow 12–16 July 1966 State visit [1][3]
   Nepal 4–7 October 1966 [1]
 Ceylon 18–21 September 1967 State visit [4]
 Poland 8–11 October 1967 State visit [4]
Template:Country data Yugoslavia Belgrade 11–13 October 1967 State visit [4]
 Bulgaria 13–16 October 1967 State visit [4]
 Romania 16–19 October 1967 State visit [4]
Template:Country data Soviet Union November 1967 50th Anniversary of the October Revolution She attended the October Revolution Parade.[4]
 Malaysia April–May 1968 [5]
 Singapore April–May 1968 [5]
 Bhutan 3–5 May 1968 [5]
Template:Country data Sikkim 5–6 May 1968 [5]
 New Zealand May 1968 [5]
 Australia May 1968 [5][6]
 Burma Rangoon 1 June 1968 On her way back from Kuala Lumpur to Calcutta, Gandhi, stopped over in Rangoon on 1 June 1968.[5]
 Brazil 1968 State visit Indira Gandhi began her tour of Latin America on 23 September 1968.[5][7]
 Uruguay Montevideo 1968 State visit [5][7]
 Argentina Buenos Aires 1968 State visit [5][7]
 Chile 1968 State visit [5][7]
 Colombia Bogota 1968 State visit .[5][7]
 Venezuela Caracas 10–11 October 1968 State visit [5][7]
 Trinidad and Tobago Port of Spain 1968 State visit [5]
 Guyana 1968 State visit [5]
 United States New York City 14 October 1968 UN General Assembly [5]
 United Kingdom London 7–15 January 1969 Commonwealth Prime Ministers Conference [5]
 Burma 27–30 March 1969 State visit [8]
 Afghanistan 5–10 June 1969 State visit [8] Soon after her arrival at Kabul, Mrs. Gandhi called on Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan[9]
 Japan 23–28 June 1969 State visit [8]
 Indonesia 28 June–3 July 1969 State visit [8]
 Thailand 1969 Stop-over [10]
 Egypt Cairo 1970 State visit [11]
 Mauritius 2–6 June 1970 State visit [11]
 Zambia Lusaka 8–10 September 1970 3rd Summit of the Non-aligned Movement [11]
 Kenya Nairobi September 1970 State visit [11]
 France Paris November 1970 Funeral of Charles de Gaulle [11]
Template:Country data Soviet Union Moscow 20 October 1970 State visit Gandhi made a brief stop-over at Moscow on 20 October, en route to the U. N. Assembly Session, in New York.[11]
 United States New York City 14–24 October 1970 UN General Assembly [11]

Second term (1971–77)[edit]

Country Areas visited Date(s) Purpose(s) Notes
Template:Country data Soviet Union 27–29 September 1971 State visit [3][12]
 Lebanon Beirut 24 October 1971 State visit Made a brief halt in Beirut on her way to Europe and the United States.[12]
 Belgium 24–25 October 1971 State visit [12]
 Austria October–November 1971 State visit [12][13]
 United Kingdom London 28 October–3 November 1971 State visit [12]
 United States Washington DC, New York City 3–6 November 1971 State visit Official visit. Afterwards visited New York City. Departed U.S. 7 November.[2]
 France 7–10 November 1971 State visit [12]
 West Germany Bonn 10–12 November 1971 State visit [12]
 Bangladesh 17–19 March 1972 State visit [14][15]
 Sweden 13–17 June 1972 State visit [15]
 Czechoslovakia 17–20 June 1972 State visit [15]
 Hungary 20–23 June 1972 State visit [15]
 Bhutan 28 October 1972 Cremation of King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck [15]
   Nepal 7–10 February 1973 State visit [15]
 Sri Lanka 27–29 April 1973 State visit [16]
Template:Country data Yugoslavia 15–17 June 1973 State visit [17]
 Canada June 1973 State visit [17][18]
 United Kingdom London 25 June 1973 State visit on her way back from an official visit to Canada, made a stopover in London on 25 June 1973.[17]
 Algeria Algiers 5–9 September 1973 4th Summit of the Non-aligned Movement [17]
 Iran Tehran 28 April–2 May 1974 State visit [18][19]
 Maldives 12–14 January 1975 State visit [19][20]
 Iraq 18–21 January 1975 State visit [19]
 Jamaica Kingston April 1975 Conference of Commonwealth Heads of Government [21]
 East Germany East Berlin 1–4 July 1976 State visit [22][23]
 Afghanistan 4–74 July 1976 State visit [23]
Template:Country data Soviet Union Moscow, Yerevan, Tbilisi 8–13 July 1976 State visit [3]
 Sri Lanka Colombo August 1976 Non- aligned Summit [23]
 Mauritius 8–11 October 1976 State visit [23]
 Tanzania 11–14 October 1976 State visit [23]
 Zambia 15–17 October 1976 State visit [23]
 Seychelles 17 October 1976 State visit [23][24]

Third term (1980–84)[edit]

Country Areas visited Date(s) Purpose(s) Notes
 Tanzania 16–17 April 1980 [25]
 Zimbabwe Salisbury April 1980 Zimbabwean Independence celebration [25]
Template:Country data Yugoslavia May 1980 Funeral of Tito [25]
 United Kingdom March 1981 [26]
 Kuwait May 1981 [26]
 United Arab Emirates May 1981 State visit [26][27]
 Kenya 9–12 August 1981 [26]
 Tonga September 1981 [26]
 Indonesia September 1981 [26]
 Fiji September 1981 [26]
 Australia 29 September–7 October 1981 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 1981 [6][26]
 Mexico Cancun October 1981 Cancun summit [26]
 Philippines October 1981 [26]
 Bulgaria 1981 [26]
 Italy 1981 [26]
  Switzerland 1981 [26]
 Romania October 1981 [26]
 France November 1981 [26]
 Seychelles 1981 [24][26]
 Cyprus Nicosia 1981 Stop-over Gandhi had a meeting with the President of Cyprus during a technical stopover at Nicosia.[26]
 United Kingdom March 1982 Inauguration of the Festival of India [28]
 Mauritius 23–25 August 1982 State visit [28]
 Mozambique August 1982 State visit [28]
 United States New York City, Los Angeles, Honolulu 27–31 July 1982 State visit Official visit; visited New York City, Los Angeles, and Honolulu. Departed U.S. 4 August.[2]
 Japan Tokyo 5 August 1982 State visit [28][29]
 Saudi Arabia April 1982 State visit [28][30]
Template:Country data Soviet Union Moscow, Star City, Tallinn, Kiev September 1982 State visit [28]
Template:Country data Soviet Union Moscow November 1982 Funeral of Leonid Brezhnev [28]
 Norway 9–16 June 1983 State visit [31]
 Finland State visit
 Denmark State visit
 Austria 17–22 June 1983 State visit [13][31]
Template:Country data Yugoslavia July 1983 State visit [31]
 Cyprus 20–24 September 1983 State visit [31]
 Greece State visit
 France Paris September 1983 State visit On her way to New York for the 38th UN General Assembly meeting, Gandhi made a stop over in Paris.[31]
 United States New York City September 1983 UN General Assembly [31]
Template:Country data Soviet Union Moscow February 1984 Funeral of Yuri Andropov [32]
 Libya April 1984 State visit [32]
 Tunisia April 1984 State visit [32]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  30. "Saudis roll out red carpet to Manmohan". The Hindu. 28 February 2010. Retrieved 28 February 2010.
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