"The ongoing correspondence between the two leaders is aimed at following up on their meeting in Singapore and advancing the commitments made in the US-DPRK [North Korea] joint statement", Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement. She said the letter was received on Wednesday. This comes as the USA leader mentioned the letter in a tweet earlier Thursday, .
The Defense Department agency that accounts for missing American service members from past wars hopes to negotiate the resumption of joint operations to recover remains in North Korea, an official said Thursday, calling such efforts a "sacred obligation". "I am not at all surprised that you took this kind action", Trump wrote in a Twitter message.
"He did receive a letter, I believe he received it on August 1st".
"What we saw were remains that were consistent with what we have found from the Korean War recoveries that we've done over the years, and we found remains that were consistent with being Americans", Byrd said, speaking by video teleconference from Hawaii. North Korea returned the remains of 55 American soldiers.
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Trump alluded to the letter in a late-night tweet thanking Kim for this week's return of remains of dozens of U.S. soldiers killed during the Korean War.
The United States is preparing to analyze and identify remains of presumed US war dead that North Korea handed over in 55 boxes last week, the largest number of boxes of remains Pyongyang has returned at any one time since the modern process began in the 1990s. The United States formally welcomed home the remains at a ceremony on Aug 1. Byrd said he couldn't say how long it would take to make a first identification or identify all of the remains.
Marines fought on the west side of the reservoir, "and the east side - that's where the Army was", said Byrd, laboratory director of the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA). The day of the transfer coincided with the 65th anniversary of the 1953 armistice agreement that put a temporary stop to the war between the North and South.
Fifty-five cases of remains were airlifted from North Korea to South Korea last week and honored in a solemn ceremony at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii Wednesday. Technically, the two Koreas are still at war. It comes after a report based on satellite images from July 20 and July 22 revealed that North Korea was dismantling an important satellite launch facility. But today, we prove these heroes were never forgotten.
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"Where we have matches - compelling matches with DNA, we will get a very strong lead and be able to pursue identifications quickly", said Byrd.
The U.S. military flew the remains from Osan Air Base in South Korea after they had undergone an initial review.
A US defense official told VOA North Korea has provided nearly no information to help identify the individuals, and that the process could take months or years to complete.
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