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Communications to Federal Agencies-

Continued
Federal Bureau of Investigation, additional

Senior Executive Service positions, memo-

randum-649
Generalized System of Preferences, modifica-

tions, memorandum-657
Nicaragua
Export-Import Bank services, memoran-

dum–639
U.S. emergency assistance, memorandum,

639
Panama, banking secrecy regimes report,

memorandum—543

Communications to Congress

See also Bill Vetoes
Canada
Extradition treaty with U.S., protocol, mes-

sage_638
Free-trade agreement with U.S., letter—937
China
Fishing agreement with U.S., amendments,

message-652
Renewal of most-favored-nation trade status,

message-827
Report on U.S. countermeasures to political

repression, message—776
Cyprus situation, letters-549, 992
Czechoslovakia, waiver of requirements for

most-favored-nation trade status, letter-895
District of Columbia, budget and supplemental

appropriations request, message-691
East Asia, U.S. military presence report,

letter_595
Environmental quality report, message-902
Federal budget

Deferrals, message_591
Reform proposals, letter-644

Rescissions, message_629
Forest and rangeland, Federal management

policies, letter—906
Generalized System of Preferences, modifica-

tions, letter-656
German Democratic Republic, fishery agree-

ment with U.S., extension, message_630
Iran, claims settlement under the U.S. national

emergency, message—763
Line-item veto, constitutional amendment pro-

posal, message_644
Nicaragua, economic sanctions under the U.S.

national emergency, letter-690
Panama
Termination of U.S. national emergency,

letter-530
Transfer of government assets, message_679
Poland, business and economic relations treaty

with U.S., message_970
Radiation control for health and safety report,

message—968
Southern Africa, tripartite agreement compli-

ance, letter-629
Spain, taxation convention with U.S., mes-

sage-591
U.S.-U.S.S.R. Standing Consultative Commission

report, letter-529
Communications to Federal Agencies
China, renewal of most-favored-nation trade

status, message--827
Czechoslovakia, waiver of requirements for

most-favored-nation trade status, memoran-

dum-895
Drug Enforcement Administration, additional

Senior Executive Service positions, memo-
randum–649

Executive Orders
Canada-U.S. automotive products trade, report,

delegation of authority-694
Chinese nationals, U.S. immigration policy,

558
National Commission on Superconductivity, ex-

tension-839
National Space Council, membership for the

Secretary of Energy—661
Panama, termination of U.S. national emergen-

cy-530
Presidential emergency board to investigate

railroad labor disputes, establishment_713
President's Advisory Committee on the Points

of Light Initiative Foundation, termination-

968
President's Council on Physical Fitness and

Sports, membership—528
Scouting activities for military dependents

overseas, support_714

Fact Sheets

Citizens Democracy Corps—758
Export controls for strategic technologies and

goods, modifications—696
Military exports, offsets policy—577
Soviet-U.S. summit in Washington, bilateral

agreements—855, 866

Interviews with the News Media

BBC-1 television of the United Kingdom—833
Channel 5 television of France-836
Foreign journalists—580
National Association of Agriculture Journal-

ists—630
News conferences

April 10 (No. 43,554
April 13 (No. 44,569
April 19 (No. 45,597
May 3 (No. 46699
May 16 (No. 47769
May 24 (No. 48,819
June 3 (No. 49)873
June 13 (No. 50)944
June 20 (No. 51975

Meetings With Foreign Leaders-Continued
Japan-Continued
Special Emissaries of Prime Minister Kaifu-

521
Korea, Republic of, President Roh–915
Lithuania, Prime Minister Prunskiene—712
Marshall Islands, President Kabua—961
Mexico, President Salinas—932, 960
Namibia, President Nujoma—997
Panama, President Endara-677
Papua New Guinea, Prime Minister Namaliu-

730
Paraguay, President Rodriguez—954
Senegal, President Diouf_787
Soviet Union

Foreign Minister Shevardnadze-532
President Gorbachev-850, 856, 858, 859,

869, 871 873, 892
Thailand, Prime Minister Chatchai—951
Tunisia, President Ben Ali—765, 767
United Kingdom

Prime Minister Thatcher-569, 576

Prince Philip—789
United Nations, Secretary-General Perez de

Cuellar-896
Venezuela, President Pérez-650

Proclamations

Interviews with the News Media Continued
Soviet-U.S. summit in Washington

Camp David, MD_871
Joint news conference-873

Rose Garden-852, 858
White House press corps—515, 523, 553, 562,

567, 617, 620, 682, 796, 802, 803, 847, 852,

858, 871, 896, 922, 929, 935, 937 ZDF television of the Federal Republic of Ger

many—834 Joint Statements Japan, mutual cooperation and security treaty

with U.S., 30th anniversary-996
Mexico, free-trade agreement with U.S., negoti-

ations-933
Soviet-U.S. summit in Washington

Atomic energy, peaceful uses_888
Bering Sea fisheries, conservation_888
Bering Strait international park, establish-

ment-865
Conventional armed forces in Europe-865
Environment-873
Ethiopia-873
International thermonuclear experimental

reactor—889
Nonproliferation—885
Nuclear and space arms negotiations and

strategic stability—864
Strategic offensive arms treaty—861

Technical economic cooperation—889
Letters and Messages

See also Bill Vetoes
Cinco de Mayo, message_717

Passover, message_551
Meetings With Foreign Leaders
See also Digest and Checklist at the end of

each issue Bolivia, President Paz Zamora_734 Colombia, President Virgilio Barco Vargas

914 European Community Commission, President

Delors—638 Federal Republic of Germany, Chancellor

Kohl_782 France

Former President Giscard d'Estaing—962

President Mitterand—597 German Democratic Republic, Prime Minister

de Maiziere-935 Germany, Federal Republic of, Chancellor

Kohl—916, 929
Greece, Prime Minister Mitsotakis_915
Haiti, Provisional President Trouillot-828
Honduras, President Callejas—587
Hungary, Acting President Göncz-785
Jamaica, Prime Minister Manley—708
Japan

Former Foreign Minister Abe-998

Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month_732
Baltic Freedom Day—953
Be Kind to Animals and National Pet Week-

698 Canada-U.S. free-trade agreement, accelerated

duty eliminations-840 Cancer Control Month-552 Father's Day—953 Flag Day and National Flag Week_949 Harmonized Tariff Schedules of the U.S., Gen.

eralized System of Preferences, amend

ments—658 Head Start's 25th Anniversary—830 Jewish Heritage Week_715 Law Day, U.S.A.-689 Loyalty Day—624 Memorial Day—837 Mother's Day–741 National Arbor Day—655 National Crime Victims' Rights Week_645 National Day in Support of Freedom and

Human Rights—762 National Defense Transportation Day and Na

tional Transportation Week_781 National Digestive Disease Awareness Month

740
National Drinking Water Week_712
National Farm Safety Week_590
National Fishing Week_900
National Former Prisoners of War Recognition

Day—541
National Maritime Day—813

Proclamations-Continued

National Physical Fitness and Sports Month-

686

National Recycling Month—607
National Safe Boating Week_528
National Scleroderma Awareness Week-967
National Sheriffs' Week-990
National Tourism Week_716
National Trauma Awareness Month—784
National Volunteer Week-623
Nicaragua, exports to U.S.—640
Older Americans Month>814
Pan American Day and Pan American Week-

542
Small Business Week_737
State-Supported Homes for Veterans Week-

936
United States Naval Reserve Month-503

World Trade Week-817
Statements by the President
See also Appointments and Nominations; Bill

Signings; Bill Vetoes
Armenia, 75th anniversary of massacres, ob-

servance—613
China

Immigration relief-543
Tiananmen Square demonstration, 1st anni-

versary-898
Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, passage

by the House of Representatives—832
Deaths

Abernathy, Ralph David—590

Gregory, Henry-692
International Trade-661
Lebanon, hostages

Release of Frank Reed-684

Release of Robert Polhill-620
Schuman Day–738
Statements Other Than Presidential
See also Checklist at the end of each issue; Bill

Signings
Armenia, earthquake relief efforts, recognition

of Jeb and George P. Bush—781
China, renewal of most-favored-nation trade

status-827
Chlorofluorocarbons, termination of produc-

tion, establishment of international fund-

959
Council on Competitiveness, review of regula-

tory program—959
Czechoslovakia, trade agreement with U.S.-

549
Death of Sammy Davis, Jr.—778
European Community Commission, meeting

with President Delors-638
Export controls for strategic technologies and

goods, modifications—696
Federal budget, negotiations—738, 767
Federal Pay Reform Act of 1990_692

Statements Other Than Presidential-Continued
German Democratic Republic, meeting with

Prime Minister de Maiziere-935
Haiti, meeting with Provisional President

Trouillot-828
Hungary

Meeting with Acting President Göncz—785

Trade agreement with U.S.-996
Iraq, chemical weapons threat-510
Israel

Killing of Palestinian laborers—812

Meeting with Jerusalem Mayor Kollek_712
Japan
Meeting with the Special Emissaries of Prime

Minister Kaifu—521
Structural Impediments Initiative negotia-

tions—503, 531
Lebanon, hostages
Frank Reed

Meeting with Mrs. Bush—727

Telephone conversation—684
Robert Polhill, meeting—684
Lithuania
Meeting with Prime Minister Prunskiene-

712
Soviet economic sanctions—613
Mexico, dinner with President Salinas 932
Military exports, offsets policy—577
National Security Council, appointment of the

Executive Secretary—897
Nicaragua, telephone conversation with Presi-

dent Chamorro-840
Panama, telephone conversation with Presi-

dent Endara-840
Paraguay, meeting with President Rodriguez,

954
Peru, importation restrictions on archeological

treasures-732
Philippines, Special Negotiator for the Future

Status of U.S. Access to Military Facilities,

appointment-551
Points of Light Initiative Foundation, founding

director-530
Presidential emergency board to investigate

railroad labor disputes, establishment_714
President's eye examination-650
President's Federal income tax return-561
President's physical examination-560
Romania, political situation—949
South Africa, termination of the state of emer-

gency-906
Soviet Union
Meeting with Foreign Minister Shevard-

nadze-532
Short-range nuclear force negotiations with

U.S.-958
Summit with President Gorbachev-528
UniSoft Group Ltd., foreign acquisition—698
United Kingdom, meeting with Prime Minister

Thatcher in Hamilton, Bermuda-572
United Nations, meeting with Secretary-Gener-

al Perez de Cuellar de la Guerra-896

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