A military plane landed at Osan Air Base on Friday with remains of some U.S. soldiers killed in the Korean War 65 years ago.
The return of the bodies makes good on an agreement North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un made with President Trump at a their summit a month ago.
President Trump took to Twitter to thank Kim Jong Un for the soldiers’ return.
“The Remains of American Servicemen will soon be leaving North Korea and heading to the United States! After so many years, this will be a great moment for so many families,” Trump wrote. “Thank you to Kim Jong Un.”
The next step will be for the U.S. to conduct DNA tests to match the remains with the identities of soldiers killed in the Korean War.