Three American citizens released from North Korea: feeling like a dream has been changed for two years

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 Three American citizens released from North Korea: feeling like a dream has been changed for two years


At 2:30 a.m. local time (at 2:30 p.m. Beijing time, 10 p.m. Beijing time), United States Secretary of state Pompeio led three United States citizens released by the DPRK to Andrew air force base, and the president and Mrs. Trump, the president of the United States and the vice president Burns, went to meet. Photos released by CNN showed that Trump was on the plane and waited outside the cabin. When the hatch was opened, Trump shook hands with the freed. CNN reported that when Trump greeted the three Americans released, for them, this is a special night. Frankly speaking, we didnt expect such a thing to happen, but it did happen, which is very important for all of us. He also joked to the waiting media, this will break the ratings record at three a.m.. One of the released American citizens, Jin Dongzhe, admitted that he felt like a dream and said they were very happy. In a statement, the White House thanked the DPRK for releasing the three Americans, saying that President Trump thanked North Koreas supreme leader Kim Jeong-eun for the release of three citizens and regarded it as a positive gesture of good faith. The three Americans appear to be in good health and can walk freely on planes without support. The Xinhua news agency said earlier that it was expected that North Korea agreed to release three detained Americans, which would increase the trust base for the time and location of the two leaders meeting. The three American citizens were Jin Shangde (TonyKim, American name Tony Kim), Jin Xuesong (KimHak-Song) and Jin Dongzhe (KimDong-Chul), who were imprisoned between 2015 and 2017, and were accused of spying or being suspected of engaging in anti - Korean hostility. The US media disclosed that Jin Xuesong was arrested in North Korea in May 6, 2017 for suspicion of hostile acts. He had been naturalized in the United States in 2000. After he came to Korea, he worked in agricultural development in Pyongyang University of science and technology and lived in Pyongyang. The Broadcasting British Corporation (BBC) says Jin Xuesong called himself a Christian missionary on a Korean Catholic Church website and plans to open an experimental farm at the Pyongyang University of science and technology and hopes to help the Koreans learn to be self-sufficient. Jin Shangde, another American arrested in North Korea, also worked in Pyongyang University of science and technology to teach accounting. He also works in an orphanage, according to the staff of the school. Kim Shang De was arrested by the DPRK in April 2017, when he was preparing to leave the DPRK. Jin Dongzhe, the longest detained of the three, was arrested in North Korea in October 2015 and was sentenced to 10 years in the labour reform camp in April the following year for conspiracy subversion and spying. In January 2016, when Jin Dongzhe was interviewed by the CNN (CNN) during his detention, he said he had been engaged in international trade and hotel business. In an interview, Jin Dongzhe said he had acted as a South Korean spy. The mission was to shoot military secrets and some pictures of the intention to defamate North Korea. he also identified several Koreans, saying they instilled the idea of hate Korea to me... Let me help to destroy the North Korean system and spread the words against the government. However, CNN said that when Jin Dongzhe said this, he was standing with North Korean officials, so he could not confirm whether he was forced to speak these words. In addition to the three, last June, the DPRK released OttoWarmbier, an American college student who was sentenced to 15 years of labour by the DPRK, but he was in a coma when he returned to the United States and died soon after. In January 2016, Worm Bill was arrested when he finished his trip to North Korea. Two months later, the North Korean supreme court accused him of trying to steal a banner in the restricted area of the hotel and sentenced him to 15 years of reeducation. The source of this article: surging news editor: Han Jiapeng _NN9841 In an interview, Jin Dongzhe said he had acted as a South Korean spy. The mission was to shoot military secrets and some pictures of the intention to defamate North Korea. he also identified several Koreans, saying they instilled the idea of hate Korea to me... Let me help to destroy the North Korean system and spread the words against the government. However, CNN said that when Jin Dongzhe said this, he was standing with North Korean officials, so he could not confirm whether he was forced to speak these words. In addition to the three, last June, the DPRK released OttoWarmbier, an American college student who was sentenced to 15 years of labour by the DPRK, but he was in a coma when he returned to the United States and died soon after. In January 2016, Worm Bill was arrested when he finished his trip to North Korea. Two months later, the North Korean supreme court accused him of trying to steal a banner in the restricted area of the hotel and sentenced him to 15 years of reeducation.