Red Cross Pushes For Inter-Korean Family reunions
D-Bo , Jan. 16, 2015, 11:07 a.m.
The Red Cross will push to hold regular reunions for families separated by the Korean War. Under a plan to mark its 110th anniversary, the organization will seek North Korea's cooperation to locate the surviving relatives of some 68,000 South Korean families.
In addition, it will propose a program for them to exchange letters and offer more humanitarian aid to North Korea. The last round of reunions was held in February.