South Korea and the United States are in talks about ending the four-year hiatus of joint live field training exercises, South Korean media quoted its military as saying.

A tentative date of Aug. 22 and Sept. 1 has been agreed for the resumption of the annual combined military exercises, according to Korean military sources.

The two forces have been carrying out regular Combined Command Post Training based on a computer simulation following the first US-North Korea Singapore Summit in 2018, where former U.S. President Donald Trump committed to suspending live field training exercises.