North Korea returns US war remains – BBC News


after nearly 70 years the fallen soldiers are welcome home with an honor guard one-by-one the small casket wrapped in the United Nations Flag where can we get back onto American soil are US Air Base in Seoul Korea this is just the start of their final Journey next week that we take him to Hawaii to be examined to check that they are the remains of US soldiers this appears to fulfill hiki pledge to president Trump during this thing up for Summit and it comes in the same week as North Korea appears to be dismantling one of its main missile launch sites but what does North Korea want in return State well to keep his word today marks the 65th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice which officially ended the Korean war in North Korea they call it the day victory in tears and rupture veterans run into the arms of chairman Kim announced State media Mr Kim is trying to persuade the world that has 4 cases on building his country’s economy rather than building clear weapons some dirt to sincerity president Trump will see this as a promise kept and publicly sound coming to tweet after so many years this will be a great moment for so many families thank you to Kim jong-in he said install Korean War veterans from around the world gather to remember the millions who died and I hope that at some point peace will one day come to the peninsula positive and I think today we are starting to see a few positive things happening Summit the fundamental problem remains North Korea has yet to hand over any of it be clear weapons and until it does the US will still believe but it poses a global threat Laura Baker BBC News Airbase South Korea
North Korea has returned remains believed to be of 55 US troops killed during the Korean War, bringing renewed hope to families who have waited decades for closure.
The return of the remains, brought to a US base in South Korea, is the latest move in the cautious diplomacy between Washington and Pyongyang.
The repatriation was agreed at the June summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong-un.
It is hoped more will follow.

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