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Visit of Prime Minister Thatcher
Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland made an official working visit to Washington, D.C., July 16-17, 1987, to meet with President Reagan and other government officials.
Following are remarks made by President Reagan and the Prime Minister after their meeting on July 17.
It has been my pleasure to welcome Prime Minister Thatcher back to Washington after her remarkable reelection triumph. She is beginning a historic third consecutive term in office, and her visit today reflects the close cooperation and friendship between our peoples and governments.
It's no secret that I personally admire the Prime Minister and that we share a common faith in freedom and enterprise. She's a strong and principled leader in the international area.
Today we had a comprehensive and thorough discussion of the issues confronting our countries and the Western alliance. We looked at a number of challenges in a variety of areas, from arms reduction …