Vietnam, RoK join hands to search for soldiers’ remains hinh anh 1At the working session (Photo: VNA)
Hanoi (VNA) – The Republic of Korea (RoK) is willing to share all information about soldiers who were killed or went missing in action during the war in Vietnam.

Commander of the RoK’s Ministry of National Defense’s Agency for Killed in Action Recovery and Identification Lee Hak-ki made the promise at a meeting in Hanoi on November 15 with Colonel Tran Quoc Dung, Head of the Department of Policy under the General Political Department of the Vietnam People’s Army.

The two officers exchanged information and experience in deploying forces and applying scientific advances and information technology to search for and repatriate remains of fallen soldiers of both countries.

Lee Hak-ki said the RoK has advantages in information technology and is ready to share information with Vietnam.

Colonel Tran Quoc Dung said that Vietnam hopes the RoK’s Ministry of National Defense and Korean soldiers who fought in Vietnam will continue seeking objects that provide useful information for the search to Vietnamese agencies.-VNA