USA president thanks North Korea for sending war remains

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In response to North Korea returning the remains of dozens of servicemen who were sacrificed in the Korean War to us soil on Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard released the statement below.

Vice President Mike Pence was presented with one of the flags used to cover a container of Korean War remains brought to Hawaii on Wednesday.

Satellite images appear to indicate North Korea is possibly building two ICBMs at the same facility where the country produced its first long-range missiles, including the Hwasong-15 which make have the capability of hitting the U.S. East Coast, officials told The Washington Post Monday on condition of anonymity.

The transfer was the "a tangible result of the commitment made by President Trump and Chairman Kim in Singapore", said Angela Kerwin, Consul General at the U.S. Embassy in Seoul.

Fox News' Pete Hegseth, who was traveling with Pence in Air Force 2, recalled the touching story of the heroes' now-grown children.

US spy agencies suspect that North Korea is building new missiles in the same research facility that manufactured the country's ballistic missiles capable of reaching the United States, according to a recent report by The Washington Post, which cited officials who spoke on condition of anonymity in order to describe classified intelligence. They set the caskets gently on risers lined up inside the hangar.

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Other countries under the command of the United Nations also lost troops that are still unaccounted for, including the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada.

The return of the presumed remains is something President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un agreed to during their summit back in June.

Decades after the end of the Korean War, the remains of dozens of presumed U.S. war dead have begun their journey home following a repatriation ceremony in South Korea.

Trump thanked him for "fulfilling a promise" to send back USA remains and said it was a step in the right direction following their summit.

An American military plane was able to enter North Korea on Friday to pick up the remains of the soldiers.

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North and South Korea discussed reducing tension but didn't announce any detailed agreements after military talks on Tuesday, while the United States detected renewed activity at a North Korean missile factory, casting more suspicion over the North's intentions. We have many others coming.

The repatriation is a breakthrough in a long-stalled United States effort to obtain war remains from North Korea.

Questions have arisen over Pyongyang's commitment to denuclearize after US spy satellite material detected renewed activity at the North Korean factory that produced the country's first intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) capable of reaching the United States.

The senior State Department official, speaking to reporters to preview a trip by Pompeo to Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia this week, declined to comment when asked whether Pompeo would meet North Korean officials while in Singapore for a meeting of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) this weekend.

Last week, U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said the return of the 55 boxes was a good step but not a guarantee that the bones are American.

"This is consistent with North Korea's public line, which is that its successful test program is now transitioning to mass production of nuclear and missile systems", he said. The two sides remain technically at war because a peace treaty was never signed.

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