Former US President Jimmy Carter Gets George H. W. Bush Award for Statesmanship

Former US President Jimmy Carter Gets George H. W. Bush Award for Statesmanship

  • The George H. W. Bush Foundation for U.S. China Relations has conferred its inaugural George H. W. Bush Award for Statesmanship in U.S.-China Relations to former President of United States of America, Jimmy Carter.
  • The 94-year-old will receive the award on June 12 at the Carter Center in Atlanta.
  • The award goes to people who have made “profound contributions to the development of constructive and mutually beneficial relations” between the U.S and the People’s Republic of China.
  • Carter was president from 1977-1981.

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