Trump has hinted at the release of American citizens from detention in the DPRK

On the eve of a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN, the President of the United States gave to understand that American citizens detained in North Korea, may soon be released.

«We all know that the previous administration have been asked to release three hostages from a North Korean labor camp, but to no avail. Stay tuned!» — written by Donald trump on Twitter.

As everybody is aware, the past Administration has long been asking for three hostages to be released from a North Korean Labor camp, but to no avail. Stay tuned!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 3, 2018

Speaking on FOX News, trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani confirmed that the United States can convince Kim Jong UN to release 3 detainees today.

All of them, Kim HAK — Dream, Kim sang Duk (known as Tony Kim) and Kim Dong Chul are Americans of Korean descent. DPRK authorities accused them of espionage and «wrecking».

Release of Americans held in North Korea ‘imminent,’ source says — CNN: CNN’s Release of Americans held in North Korea ‘imminent,’ source says CNN (CNN) The release of three US nationals currently detained in North Korea is «imminent,» according to an…

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The South Korean newspaper Yonhap reported that the prisoners have already been transported from the camp to the hotel in Pyongyang, to convey US during the meeting, trump with the DPRK leader.

«The credibility of these statements we cannot confirm,» — said the representative of US state Department.

In the annual North Korea Freedom Week (April 28 — may 5), established to raise awareness about abuses in North Korea, a spokesman of the Department of state Heather Nauert said:

«We must not forget the millions of North Koreans who continue to suffer because of one of the most repressive and brutal governments in the world.»

In 2017, North Korea freed American student Otto Warmbier, who soon after his release went into a coma and died. The boy’s parents reported that, while in custody in the DPRK, their son lost his sight and hearing.