US And NK Will Coordinate The Return Of Korean War Veterans' Remains

Trump Releases ‘Very Nice’ Letter From Kim Jong Un

Trump shares letter from Kim, touts progress in talks

CNN reported last month that the Trump administration was expecting North Korea to return the U.S. troop remains and that planning for the exchange has been underway.

Article 4 of the Trump-Kim agreement states that the USA and North Korea "commit to recovering POW/MIA remains, including the immediate repatriation of those already identified".

President Trump added a repeated show at the "resist and obstruct" mission of his Democrat political opposition, saying he aims to "heal" the "hatred and dissension in our country".

In the letter, Kim wrote, "I firmly believe that the strong will, honest efforts and unique approach of myself and Your Excellency Mr. President aimed at opening up a new future between the DPRK and the U.S. will surely come to fruition". Jong Un said, "I extend my conviction that the epochal progress in promoting the DPRK-US relations will bring our next meeting forward".

This announcement comes a week after the wreckers in the western media attempted to portray the US-DPRK talks as dead in the water following a statement by DPRK's Foreign Ministry following Pompeo's last visit. Pompeo was not part of the talks.

North Korea's denuclearization will not be easy, as Moon said.

The statement did not specify on the number of the remains that have been collected.

Since taking power when his dictator father Kim Jong Il died in late 2011, Kim, 34, has promised to boost living standards and sought to project an image of youth and modernity while pushing hard to build up North Korea's nuclear capabilities. The United States initially planned to hold a colonel-level meeting, but it accepted North Korea's request to move up the rank.

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The last amnesty was offered in August 2015, when North Korea celebrated the 70th anniversary of the Korean Peninsula's liberation from Japanese colonization and the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Workers' Party of Korea.

The committee was expected to take five days to consider the request, which China and Russian Federation are expected to block.

The U.S. military is expecting to repatriate from North Korea the remains of as many as 55 service members who were killed during the Korean War, a U.S. official said Tuesday. There has been very little progress on disarmament since Mr Kim met Donald Trump in Singapore. The State Department later said the North Korean side had been in contact at midday to cancel that meeting Thursday and had suggested rescheduling to Sunday.

"We will be ready", Nauert said.

In addition to the announcement on joint searches, the U.S. and North Korea are working to transfer the remains of what could be 200 American service members in the 14 to 21 days "subject to change without notification", a United States official told CNN.

But Pentagon officials cautioned it is unclear just how much North Korea is preparing to hand over.

"They've already sent back or are sending back remains of our great heroes", said Trump.

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