US Vice President Mike Pence oversaw the repatriation ceremony of the remains of what is believed to be 55 slain US soldiers killed in Korean War, in United States Pacific Command in Hawaii on Wednesday. «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, as he addressed some 500 people... Еще, including US Ambassador to South Korea Harry Harris and South Korean Defense Minister Song Young-moo. The Vice President praised US President Donald Trump for securing the repatriation during the Singapore Summit talks with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un in June. “I know that President Trump is grateful to Chairman Kim has kept his word. And we see today, a tangible progress in our efforts to achieve peace on the Korean Peninsula», he said. On returning home, the remains will be examined by forensics in order to ensure that they do belong to US soldiers who died fighting in the Korean War.