List of state visits made by President Tarja Halonen of Finland

List of state visits made by President Tarja Halonen of Finland

Below is a complete list of state visits made by President Tarja Halonen.


*2-3 May: Kingdom of Sweden, visiting King Carl XVI Gustaf
*16-17 May: Republic of Estonia, visiting President Lennart Meri
*19-21 September: Republic of Iceland, visiting President Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson
*25-26 October: Kingdom of Norway, visiting King Harald V


*3-5 April: Kingdom of Denmark, visiting Queen Margrethe II
*25-26 April: Republic of Poland, visiting President Alexander Kwasniewski
*9-10 May: Republic of Latvia, visiting President Vaira Vike-Freiberga


*6-7 March: Republic of Lithuania, visiting President Valdas Adamkus
*7-11 April: Republic of Korea, visiting President Kim Dae-jung
*27-28 August: Republic of Hungary, visiting President Ferenc Mádl
*25-28 November: People's Republic of China, visiting President Hu Jintao


*4-7 February: United Republic of Tanzania, visiting President Benjamin Mkapa
*24-26 February: Republic of Bulgaria, visiting President Georgi Purvanov
*5-7 October: Republic of Chile, visiting President Ricardo Lagos


*30 March-1 April: Kingdom of Belgium, visiting King Albert II
*29 May-1 June: Republic of Nicaragua, visiting President Enrique Bolaños


*9 May: Russian Federation, participating in the Victory Day celebrations in Moscow
*10-12 October: Republic of Slovenia, visiting President Janez Drnovšek



*13-17 February: Commonwealth of Australia, visiting Governor General Michael Jefferey
*18-21 February: New Zealand, visiting Governor General Anand Satyanand
*2-5 May: Federal Republic of Germany, visiting President Horst Köhler
*11-14 November: Ireland, visiting President Mary McAleese


*18-19 February: Republic of Indonesia, visiting President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono
*20 February: Singapore, visiting President S. R. Nathan
*21-23 February: Socialist Republic of Vietnam, visiting President Nguyễn Minh Triết

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