President Bush meets with East German Prime Minister Lothar de Maiziere at the White House.
Labor Secretary Elizabeth Hanford Dole addresses the International Labor Organization.
Education Secretary Lauro F. Cavazos keynotes the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Conference.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Jack Kemp keynotes conference of the Privatization Council.
Bush meets with President Amata Kabua of the Marshall Islands.
Health and Human Services Secretary Louis W. Sullivan addresses convention of the American Association of Retired Persons.
Secretary of State James A. Baker III testifies before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the U.S.-Soviet summit.
Commerce Secretary Robert A. Mosbacher testifies before the Helsinki Commission on East/West trade.
Baker testifies before the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
Agriculture Secretary Clayton Yeutter addresses the USDA Honor Awards Ceremony.
Mosbacher testifies before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee on American competitiveness.
Kemp and Treasury Secretary Nicholas F. Brady testify before the House Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs Committee on the savings and loan cleanup and the restructuring of the thrift industry.
Bush meets with Prime Minister Chatichai Choonhavan of Thailand.
Bush and Peace Corps Director Paul D. Coverdell host a Rose Garden reception for the first group of Peace Corps volunteers to go to Poland and Hungary.