new york - US President Jimmy Carter is willing to travel to North Korea on behalf of the US government to help reduce tension between Washington and the government in Pyongyang. The 93-year-old Carter told The New York Times that he had informed Herbert McMaster, Donald Trump's security advisor, that he was available.
According to Democrat Carter, the US government has put down the offer next to it. Carter, president from 1977 to 1981, said the rising tensions between the United States and North Korea are causing him concern.
He called the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un 'unpredictable'. The former president warned that Kim has advanced nuclear weapons and that the North Korean leader could destroy the Korean Peninsula and Japan, among other things.