Ex-US President Carter plans to go to Pyongyang to prevent a war with North Korea

Former U.S. President, 93-year-old Jimmy Carter plans to visit North Korea and meet its leader Kim Jong-UN. He wants to use his experience to prevent another Korean war.

The former President of the United States 93-year-old Democrat, Demi Carter plans to visit North Korea and meet its leader Kim Jong-UN, to contribute to the reduction of tensions on the Korean Peninsula, according to South Korean newspaper Joongang Ilbo.

«Carter wants to meet with the DPRK leader and to play a constructive role for peace on the Korean Peninsula as it did in 1994. He would like to discuss with Kim Jong-UN, the possibility of concluding a peace Treaty between the United States and the DPRK. He wants to prevent a second Korean war», — stated in the message.

Jimmy Carter took the presidency from 1977 to 1981. In 1994, Carter visited Pyongyang to contribute to the reduction of tension due to the fact that in 1992, North Korea did not allow its nuclear facilities to additional IAEA inspections, and in 1993 announced its withdrawal from the NPT.

As envoy of President bill Clinton he also had a meeting with Kim Il Sung. Then between the U.S. and the DPRK was reached in the Geneva accords on withdrawal from the «first» nuclear crisis. Formally, the DPRK and the United States is at war after the signing of the armistice agreement in the Korean war of 1950-1953.

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Ex-US President Carter plans to go to Pyongyang to prevent a war with North Korea 10.10.2017

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