South Korea, for the reunion of families separated from each other due to the 1950-1953 Korean War. North KoreaHe offered to meet with .
South Korean Unification Minister Kwon Young-se said in a statement, “South and North Korea must face the bitter side of reality. We must solve this problem before the term ‘broken families’ disappears.” used the phrase.
Stating that all tools should be used urgently to take quick and basic measures, Kwon said that he hopes the leaders of South and North Korea will come together as soon as possible for a sincere meeting.
Kwon offered to negotiate with North Korea for the reunification of the tribes.
According to the data of the Ministry of Unification, South KoreaApproximately 133,650 people applied to meet their families in Turkey, but approximately 70 percent of the applicants lost their lives.
The meeting of war victims, most of whom are in their 80s and 90s, who last met in 2018, is often the scene of emotional moments.
North and South Korean families, who had to be separated from each other due to the war, came together for the first time in 1985.
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