(From The Guardian)
Donald Trump has eased pressure on North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons quickly, conceding there is no deadline for a breakthrough.
Amid increasing doubts over the prospects for denuclearization, North Korea moved a step closer to fulfilling one of the more specific commitments from the Singapore summit: the repatriation of the remains of US military personnel killed in the Korean War.
North Korea is expected to hand over as many as 55 sets of remains by next week.
Trump said the US was continuing its discussions with North Korea over the future of the regime’s nuclear weapons arsenal “and they’re going very, very well”.
The US president said there was “no rush for speed” because North Korea had not tested any ballistic missiles over the past nine months.