Trump releases 'very nice' letter from Kim Jong

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President Donald Trump has published a letter sent to him by North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un, in which the young ruler praises his USA counterpart but does not mention any commitments to abandon nuclear weapons.

Case in point: On Thursday, the USA president posted a letter from the North Korean dictator as evidence that "great progress" was being made between the two countries.

While in Brussels for the annual NATO summit on Thursday, both Trump and Pompeo expressed confidence in the diplomatic process with North Korea despite lacking of tangible signs of progress.

The letter, sent on July 6, was unveiled exactly a month after Trump and Kim's historic summit in Singapore.

When American officials showed up at the border village between North and South Korea on Thursday, they expected to meet with North Korean representatives to discuss the return of remains of American soldiers killed in the Korean War.

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According to President Trump, returning the remains of US troops was agreed upon during the Singapore summit.

Seoul's presidential office has said the suspension of the combined exercise could facilitate ongoing nuclear talks between North Korea and the United States.

"I deeply appreciate the energetic and extraordinary efforts made by Your Excellency Mr. president for the improvement of relations between the two countries and the faithful implementation of the joint statement", Kim wrote. "We will be ready".

In an article published by 38 North, a website devoted to expert analysis of North Korea, Robert Carlin noted that the language in the release suggested some progress has been made during the talks.

Trump agreed to halt bi-annual United States military exercises conducted with South Korean forces, while Kim made a vague commitment to denuclearization.

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But Pentagon officials cautioned it is unclear just how much North Korea is preparing to hand over.

Last month, Trump told a Republican convention in Las Vegas that North Korea had "already sent back, or are in the process of sending back" the remains of 200 U.S. or allied service members following his summit with Kim.

The agreement on the return of remains of Americans believed to have been lost on the North Korean side of the border during the 1950-53 war, "including the immediate repatriation of those already identified", was the only concrete commitment on the four-point summit declaration.

Some remains have been returned to the US over the years, but very few since recovery efforts were mostly halted in 2005 as U.S.

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