Published: Tue, June 12, 2018
Money | By Ralph Mccoy

Trump, Kim agree to repatriating U.S. military remains

Trump, Kim agree to repatriating U.S. military remains

It's debatable whether North Korea's commitment to recovering US war remains could count as a major win for Washington when Pyongyang would be simply returning to what it had been doing for years.

"We must have hope that this agreement will finally bring peace to the peninsula and help bring closure to thousands of families of missing American servicemen from the Korean War", Keith Harman, national commander of the VFW, said in a statement.

"USFK has received no updated guidance on execution or cessation of training exercises - to include this fall's schedule Ulchi Freedom Guardian", U.S. Forces in Korea spokeswoman Lieutenant Colonel Jennifer Lovett said in a statement.

North Korea's state media, referring to the drills, recently demanded that Washington "stop the acts of threatening its dialogue partner by force". -South Korea alliance is the USA troops stationed in South Korea and the joint U.S.

"When the South-North relations improve, we will push first for the recovery of remains in the Demilitarized Zone", the 154-mile-long, 2.5-mile-wide area separating the two Koreas, Moon said.

Asked what happens next, Trump said: "I think he's gone back to get this done".

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The comments could fundamentally change the way the United States, whose alliance with Seoul was forged after a 1950 surprise attack by the North started the Korean War, operates in South Korea.

"I think it is well to keep in mind that Kim Jong Un has given up nothing at this point".

He noted, however, that exercises could easily be restarted if needed.

In response to Kim boasting of North Korea's nuclear capabilities in December of a year ago, President Trump warned the dictator the US possesses a far more powerful arsenal.

"My first question is whether our allies, the South Koreans, were consulted in advance of suspending these military exercises", he told Reuters.

Hannity is in Singapore, where Trump is about to sit down for his historic summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.

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