US President Donald Trump thanked North Korean Chairman-Leader Kim Jong-Un for returning what is believed to be the remains of 55 US soldiers killed during the Korean War.
"I want to thank Chairman Kim for keeping his word. We have many others coming. But I want to thank Chairman Kim in front of the media for fulfilling a promise that he made to me and I'm sure that he will continue to fulfill that promise as they search and search and search," said Trump from Washington DC on Friday.
The repatriation was one of the agreements that had been reached between President Trump and Chairman-Leader Kim Jong-Un during the June summit in Singapore.