North Korea could return US soldiers' remains on Friday
North Korea is about to return some remains of US service members killed in the Korean War, a Âreport said Wednesday.
South Koreaâs Yonhap News Agency said the remains could be returned on Friday, the 65th anniversary of the Korean armistice agreement that resulted in a cease-fire to the 1950-53 war.
âNorth Korea recently took two truckloads of wooden boxes to be used for the remains repatriation. Itâs expected to hand over the remains on July 27 as agreed upon,â a source told Yonhap.
Wooden boxes bearing the remains have been Âsitting for weeks in the border Âvillage of Panmunjom.
The remains will be airlifted to a forensic lab in Hawaii.
Returning the remains was one of the agreements struck between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during their June summit in Singapore.Source: Google News North Korea | Netizen 24 North Korea