Bush to Visit Gdansk as Well as Warsaw
Jun. 13, 1989
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ President Bush will visit Gdansk as well as Warsaw during a visit to Poland next month, the traveling White House announced Tuesday.
White House officials previously had announced Bush would visit Poland, Hungary, France and the Netherlands, but Tuesday's announcement was the first confirmation of dates and cities he will tour.
Bush will spend two nighs in Warsaw, arriving on July 9 and departing on July 11. On the 11th, he will go from Warsaw to Gdansk to Budapest, Hungary.
He will be in Budapest until July 13 when he flies to Paris for the annual summit of the world's seven largest industrialized democracies.
Bush will depart Paris on July 17 and travel to the Hague, where he will spend one night before returning to Washington on July 18.
The announcement of his travel was made while Bush was on a speech-making trip in the Grand Teton National Park, Wyo., and Lincoln, Neb.