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Vice President Pence on Wednesday welcomed the return of the presumed remains of U.S. troops killed in the Korean War and called it a sign of “tangible progress” in ongoing negotiations with North Korea.
Pence attended a repatriation ceremony at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, where 55 caskets of presumed troop remains were unloaded from military planes and placed on stanchions at the air base. The remains returned to U.S. soil are part of a deal struck between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
The article goes on to state the following:
“Some have called the Korean War the forgotten war but today we prove these heroes were never forgotten. Today, our boys are coming home,” Pence said.
“We see today as tangible progress in our attempts to achieve peace [with North Korea], but today’s just the beginning,” Pence says. “Our work will not be complete until all of our fallen heroes are accounted for and home.” https://t.co/Ivxbw4u3zr pic.twitter.com/AQNJDp7TuU
— CBS News (@CBSNews) August 1, 2018
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