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  • April 16, 1993

    Record of Japan-United States Summit Meeting

    This record contains summaries of: (1) the tête-à-tête meeting between President Clinton and Prime Minister Mizazawa; (2) a small group meeting involving the President and Prime Minister, as well as several senior members of the US and Japanese cabinets; and (3) an expanded working lunch. Topics of discussion included U.S.-Japan strategic and economic relations, climate change, the Uruguay Round, policies towards Russia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Haiti, and China, and Japan's status at the United Nations. Various portions of the document were withheld, including an entire section on North Korea.

  • April 29, 1993

    Memorandum for Marc Grossman from William H. Itoh, 'Presidential Memcons with Presidents Walesa, Iliescu, and Zhelev'

    Clinton and Walesa discuss U.S.-Polish relations and steps their countries could take to coordinate policy vis-a-vis Russia. (Clinton's memcons with Iliescu and Zhelev were withheld during declassification in September 2019.)

  • September 28, 1993

    Cable No. 5519, Ambassador Hatano to the Foreign Minister, 'Japan-United States Summit Meeting (Separate Telegram 6)'

    Clinton thanks Hosokawa for Japan's monetary support for the Middle East.

  • September 28, 1993

    Cable No. 5520, Ambassador Hatano to the Foreign Minister, 'Japan-United States Summit Meeting (Separate Telegram 7)'

    Hosokawa and Clinton express hope for the successful conclusion of the Uruguay Round.

  • September 28, 1993

    Cable No. 5517, Ambassador Hatano to the Foreign Minister, 'Japan-United States Summit Meeting (Separate Telegram 4)'

    Hosokawa says that he has invited Yeltsin to visit Japan in October 1993 and hopes to resolve the Russo-Japanese territorial dispute. Clinton hopes for positive political and economic developments inside Russia.

  • September 28, 1993

    Cable No. 5522, Ambassador Hatano to the Foreign Minister, 'Japan-United States Summit Meeting (Separate Telegram 9)'

    Hosokawa and Clinton make small talk concerning the appointment of Walter Mondale as U.S. Ambassador to Japan and a potential golf outing together.

  • September 28, 1993

    Cable No. 5514, Ambassador Hatano to the Foreign Minister, 'Japan-United States Summit Meeting (Separate Telegram 1)'

    Hosokawa and Clinton discuss health care reform in the United States and political reform in Japan.

  • September 28, 1993

    Cable No. 5515, Ambassador Hatano to the Foreign Minister, 'Japan-United States Summit Meeting (Separate Telegram 2)'

    Hosokawa, Clinton, and Warren Christopher discuss US-Japan economic relations.

  • February 12, 1994

    Cable No. 1462, Ambassador Kuriyama to the Foreign Minister, 'Japan-United States Summit Meeting (Working Lunch, Separate Telegram 5: EEV, President Clinton’s Invitation to Visit Japan)'

    At the conclusion of their talks, Clinton and Hosokawa discuss the upcoming visit by the Emperor and Empress of Japan to the United States, as well as the possibility of Clinton visiting Japan in the near future.

  • February 12, 1994

    Cable No. 1458, Ambassador Kuriyama to the Foreign Minister, 'Japan-United States Summit Meeting (Working Lunch, Separate Telegram 1: Energy, Other Issues)'

    The US and Japan discuss cooperation in the development of hydrogen engines and hybrid engines for automobiles.

  • February 12, 1994

    Cable No. 1461, Ambassador Kuriyama to the Foreign Minister, 'Japan-United States Summit Meeting (Working Lunch, Separate Telegram 4: Russia)'

    Clinton and Hosokawa discuss efforts to support economic and political reforms in Russia.

  • February 12, 1994

    Cable No. 1468, Ambassador Kuriyama to the Foreign Minister, 'Japan-United States Summit Meeting (Small Group Meeting) (2 of 2)'

    President Clinton and Prime Minister Hosokawa have a detailed discussion about US-Japan economic ties. Vice President Al Gore, Secretary of State Warren Christopher, and Foreign Minister Hata also participate.

  • February 12, 1994

    Cable No. 1456, Ambassador Kuriyama to the Foreign Minister, 'Japan-United States Summit Meeting (Small Group Meeting) (1 of 2)'

    Clinton and Hosokawa discuss US-Japan economic ties.

  • February 15, 1995

    Memorandum for Kenneth C. Brill from Andrew D. Sens, 'Memorandum of Conversation of the President's Expanded Meeting with Chancellor Kohl of Germany'

    Kohl and Clinton have a wide ranging discussion on NATO expansion, crises in the Balkans, Chechnya and Northern Africa, relations with Europe, and other subjects.

  • May 10, 1995

    Summary Report on One-on-One Meeting between Presidents Clinton and Yeltsin, May 10, 1995, 10:10 a.m.-1:19 p.m., St. Catherine's Hall, the Kremlin

    Yeltsin and Clinton discuss arms control agreements such as START II, the nuclear aspirations of Iran and North Korea, NATO expansion, and other subjects.

  • May 16, 1997

    Memorandum of Conversation: Meeting with President Kuchma of Ukraine

    President Clinton and President Kuchma discuss NATO-Ukraine relations, Russa-Ukraine relations, and domestic politics in Russia and Ukraine. Kuchma relays to Clinton that "I am deeply confident that Russia will never agree to an independent Ukraine in its mentality and thinking."

  • July 09, 1997

    Memorandum of Conversation: Meeting with Ukrainian President Kuchma (following NATO-Ukraine Charter signing): NATO-Ukraine, Ukrainian Domestic Situation, Chornobyl Replacement Power

    President Clinton and President Kuchma discuss economic conditions inside Ukraine, Russia-Ukraine relations following Ukraine's signing of an agreement with NATO, and replacing reactors in the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.

  • July 24, 1997

    Memorandum for Glyn T. Davies from Alexander Vershbow, 'Memorandum of Conversation between the President and President Herzog of Germany'

    Clinton and Herzog discuss NATO expansion and U.S. relations with Romania, Ukraine, and other states in Europe. Herzog cautions against Romania immediately joining NATO.