Trump receives new letter from Kim

Larry Hoffman
August 3, 2018

About 5,300 were lost in what is now North Korea.

The Pentagon said last week it was considering the possibility of sending personnel to North Korea to search for additional remains. He said numerous remains appear to have come from a village associated with the Battle of Chosin Reservoir, a harrowing fight against Chinese forces in late 1950 that claimed thousands of American lives. It was later revealed that North Korea didn't actually hand over any remains.

"We have remains that look to have been in a state of preservation consistent with coming from the Korean War era", he said, and materials provided with the remains included USA -issued military equipment such as canteens and buttons.

Military pallbearers carry the remains of USA service members collected in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea during Repatriation ceremony after arriving to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Honolulu, Hawaii, Aug. 1 2018.

Wit this happening on the same week the regime returned home, the remains of fallen American soldiers.

EDaily reported the top USA envoy to Seoul said that hasty measures are not the answer.

There is "no meeting planned", Sanders told reporters. US officials say they have already contacted the family of a service member whose dog tag was returned. DPAA Director Kelly McKeague told reporters that the family members had been warned that that the presence of a dog tag does not mean that the service member's remains are among the boxes.

His comments came hours after Vice President Mike Pence presided over a ceremony in the state of Hawaii marking the repatriation of the 55 sets of remains to US soil. "This direction is without a doubt correct", he said.

"Given the fact that the North Koreans reaffirmed that commitment to Secretary Pompeo last month, we fully expect that there might be an environment in which case they would be open to sitting down to negotiate", he said.

The White House said Thursday that President TrumpDonald John TrumpEric Trump: Entire family has received "white powder" in the mail Manafort bookkeeper: He approved "every penny" on personal bills Outsider businessman wins Tennessee GOP governor's primary MORE had received another letter from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, but did not disclose the content of the letter.

"No caveats, no conditions set".

It's confirmed, President Donald Trump did receive a letter from his North Korean counterpart.

North Korea delivered only one identification tag among the 55 caskets sent home on July 27.

It's still unclear where the United States stands with North Korea.

The remains were formally repatriated Tuesday in Osan, South Korea to to the control of the United Nations before being transported to Hawaii, where the DPAA's identification laboratory is located.

She declined to elaborate on the details of the exchange, saying only that the notes "addressed their commitment from their joint statement. that was made at the Singapore summit".

The U.S. ambassador also expressed skepticism regarding North Korea's dismantling of the Punggye-ri nuclear test site and the missile site at Tongchang-ri. -North Korean team in April and May 2005.

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