Thursday, 10 May 2018

President Donald Trump hails Kim Jong Un as North Korea prisoners arrive home



Donald Trump has welcomed home three Americans released by North Korea, calling it a "great honour" and thanking Kim Jong Un for setting them free.
 
He and first lady Melania arrived at Andrews airbase, near Washington, to greet the former prisoners as their medical plane touched down in the early hours.


They walked up the aircarft's steps and went inside before emerging with Kim Dong Chul, Kim Hak Song and Tony Kim.


The men held their hands in the air and made the V peace sign as Mr Trump applauded.


Through a translator, the men said it was "like a dream" to be home.


Donald Trump has welcomed home three Americans released by North Korea, calling it a "great honour" and thanking Kim Jong Un for setting them free.
 
 
He and first lady Melania arrived at Andrews airbase, near Washington, to greet the former prisoners as their medical plane touched down in the early hours.


They walked up the aircarft's steps and went inside before emerging with Kim Dong Chul, Kim Hak Song and Tony Kim.


The men held their hands in the air and made the V peace sign as Mr Trump applauded.


Through a translator, the men said it was "like a dream" to be home.


The President said relations with the secretive state were "starting off on a new footing" and said Mr Kim had done a "wonderful thing" letting the men go.


The three Americans formerly held hostage in North Korea gesture next to U.S.President Donald Trump, upon their arrival at Joint Base Andrews

Donald Trump greets the Americans formerly held hostage in North Korea upon their arrival at Joint Base Andrews





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