Former US President Jimmy Carter receives Statesmanship Award
Jimmy Carter, Ex-President of United States of America (USA) won the inaugural George H. W. Bush Award for Statesmanship in recognition of his contributions to relations between U.S. and China.
About George H. W. Bush Award
- It is conferred by George H. W. Bush Foundation for U.S. China Relations.
- Jimmy Carter will receive inaugural George H. W. Bush Award for Statesmanship in U.S.-China Relations at a private award ceremony scheduled for 12 June 2019 at Carter Center in Atlanta, US.
- Objective: The award is conferred to people who have made profound contributions towards development of constructive and mutually beneficial relations between U.S and People’s Republic of China.
About Jimmy Carter
- He was former governor of Georgia (1971-1975) and later served as 39th president of United States from 1977-1981.
- During his tenure, Joint Communiqué on Establishment of Diplomatic Relations was signed on 1 January 1979 which stated official beginning of Diplomatic relation between US and China and that two countries would even open Embassies on 1 March 1979. He also announced withdrawal of all U.S. military personnel from Taiwan and end to Sino-American Mutual Defense Treaty signed with China.
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2019
Category: Awards, Persons & Places in News
Topics: 39th president of US • George H. W. Bush Award • George H. W. Bush Award for Statesmanship • George H. W. Bush Foundation for U.S. China Relations • Jimmy Carter • Joint Communiqué on Establishment of Diplomatic Relations • President of United States of America • Sino-American Mutual Defense Treaty • US-China