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    Trump thanks the North Korean leader for his promise

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    Post by rocky Sat 28 Jul 2018, 3:19 am

    Trump thanks the North Korean leader for his promise
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    US President Donald Trump has thanked North Korean leader Kim Jong-un for his promise to hand over the remains of 55 US soldiers who have been in Pyongyang since the end of the Korean War in 1953. 

    "I thank Kim for his promise," Trump told a news conference at the White House. , Announcing that his deputy Mike Pence will go to South Korea to participate in the official reception ceremony for the shelves in early August. 

    North Korea has begun to return the remains of US soldiers killed during the Korean War after pledging it at the historic summit in Singapore on June 12 between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un. 

    A military plane carrying the remains of the soldiers arrived at the Ussan Air Base in South Korea.

    The US administration announced that North Korea had handed over the remains to be returned to its country and that a team of the United Nations Command for Korea received them in Wansan, North Korea, and was taken by helicopter to the South Ossan base. 

    The transfer coincides with the 65th anniversary of the Armistice Agreement that ended the fighting between North Korea and China on the one hand and South Korean and US-led forces on the other. 

    More than 36,000 US military personnel were killed in the Korean War.

     

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