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03 August 2018, 10:48 | Tara Lloyd
Trump receives new letter from Kim
Trump has sought to show progress from his June 12 summit with Kim in Singapore.
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".
The North Koreans provided enough specifics about where each suspected body was found that USA officials have matched them to specific battles fought from 1950 to 1951, although not necessarily individuals, he said. Much of that money was sent as reimbursement for the costs incurred during the recovery process, which for years involved North Korean officials accompanying American delegations as they traveled to war sites and obtained remains. Pyongyang has called for a formal declaration to end the war, viewing it as a guarantee of its security in exchange for denuclearization.
When Pyongyang handed over 55 sets of remains last month, North Korean officials included written information about where the bones had been found, providing researchers with vital clues. "We couldn't be sure how many individuals were in each box".
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Location information accompanying the boxes suggested most of the remains are those of U.S. Army soldiers who fought in the famous 1950 Battle of Chosin Reservoir.
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"There are no costs associated with this particular repatriation", he said.
McKeague did not say whether the United States would continue reimbursing North Korea, should field operations in the country resume.
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"We could immediately compare dental records", he said.
The scientist said the remains were consistent with being from the Korean War.
He said numerous recovered remains likely belonged to U.S. Army soldiers who fought in the November, 1950 Battle of Chosin Reservoir - 1,024 Americans are still missing from that battle. The lab's Korean War team will then pursue any matches.
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. He said that DPAA has chest radiographs for about three-quarters of the missing from the Korean War.
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