North Korea has released more stamps featuring President Donald Trump, the U.K.'s Independent reported.
A series of stamps on sale in Pyongyang since June 12 commemorate the one-year anniversary of the first summit between Kim Jong Un and President Trump in 2018, including showing a handshake between the two leaders, Kyodo News reported.
The latest release celebrates President Trump's impromptu visit to the demilitarized zone, NK News reported.
The Independent noted none of the stamps feature South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who has also met with North Korea's Kim.
The stamps come as North Korea has escalated tensions with short-range missile tests amid slowed nuclear negotiations.
President Trump has downplayed the missile tests as "very standard" and a situation that is "very much under control."
"We never made an agreement on that – I have no problem," President Trump told White House reporters this week. "We'll see what happens. But these are short-range missiles. They are very standard."
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