Jimmy Carter Visits Burma on ‘Goodwill’ Mission

Former US President Jimmy Carter paid a visit to Burma on Tuesday, meeting with top government officials in Naypyidaw, the state-run New Light of Myanmar reported on Wednesday. Carter, a member of The Elders, an international group of Nobel laureates that also includes Aung San Suu Kyi, met representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the US Ambassador to Burma, Derek Mitchell.


2 Responses to Jimmy Carter Visits Burma on ‘Goodwill’ Mission

  1. I hope Mr Carter will pose some uncomfortable questions to the Burmese Government about the atrocities committed in Burma against the Muslim and other ethnic minorities including the Rohingyas. Perhaps he will also get a decent explanation from his fellow Noble laureate Daw Aung San Suu Kyi why she has decided to stay silent on this matter.

  2. Jimmy Carter is a doddering old fool. Nothing good will come of his visit to Burma.

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