Diplomacy with North Korea should include reuniting families separated in the early 1950s.
See this article: https://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/foreign-policy/455595-reuniting-families-is-a-critical-step-in-diplomacy-with
Urge Congress to finally END the Korean War, which has never been officially ended.
Most Americans — and probably most members of Congress — do not know that THE KOREAN WAR WAS NEVER OFFICIALLY ENDED. A truce was proclaimed about 70 years ago, but the war is OFFICIALLY still underway. NOW WE MUST FORMALLY AND EXPLICITLY END THE WAR!
The Korean Peninsula needs stable peace. On June 30, 2019, Trump visited North Korea, which was a positive step, but nobody trusts Trump to actually achieve an honest and fair peace with any nation.
THE AMERICAN PEOPLE MUST PUSH CONGRESS TO EXPLICITLY AND FORMALLY END THE KOREAN WAR!
URGE CONGRESS TO PASS H.Res.152.
U.S. Rep. Rep. Ro Khanna introduced this bill. It calls for a formal end of the Korean War. If passed, this historic legislation could bring stable and lasting peace to the Korean Peninsula for the first time in over a half century, and make the world safer for everyone in it, on both the Korean Peninsula and in the US.