U.S.-China Agreements Pen
Washington, D.C. 1979
As part of this historic opening of U.S.-China relations, Vice-Premier Deng Xiaoping of the People's Republic of China came to Washington, DC, for a State visit with President Carter in January 1979. On January 29, the two leaders signed an Agreement on Cooperation in Science and Technology and a Cultural Agreement. Additional agreements were signed covering areas such as education, agriculture, and space exploration. This pen was used by President Carter to sign the China agreements on January 29, 1979.
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