Coffins at DMZ to collect US service members’ remains from North Korea

The Oughout. S. military said Saturday it had been moving 100 caskets to the demilitarized zone between the two Koreas, to get the remains of U. Ersus. soldiers killed during the Korean Battle.

The particular cases will remain in the border community of Panmunjom for a few days till being sent into North Korea so the North can begin the process of coming back the remains of Americans who have been killed or died during the 1955s conflict, South Korea’s  Yonhap News Agency   reported.

According to the agency tasked along with overseeing issues POW/MIA issues, Northern Korea has as many as 200 pieces of remains ready to be came back.  

The return of the remains had been negotiated during President Donald Trump’s preparations for his June twelve historic summit in Singapore along with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

U. S. Forces Korea speaker Col. Chad Carrol denied the detail of the Yonhap report, which usually stated that U. S. army vehicles carrying more than 200 caskets were planning to cross into Northern Korea on Saturday.  

Carroll stated in an email that the U. S i9000. -led U. N. Command had been moving “assets” to a U. H. air base in Pyeongtaek, Southern Korea, south of Seoul, and also to the Joint Security Area in the border to prepare for the process.  

Simply no official return has been set and it is not exactly clear when the repatriation will occur, Stars and Stripes documented .  

President Trump has also guaranteed to cease joint military workouts between U. S. troops plus South Korea, which the North provides long regarded as a provocation.  

The Associated Press contributed for this report.  

Bradford Betz is an editor for Sibel News. Follow him on Tweets @bradford_betz.