2 Koreas meet to arrange reunions of war-split families

  • The photo provided by the WCC shows, from left, Reverend Kang Myong-chol, Chairperson of Korean Christians Federation in the DPRK; Rev. Dr Chang Sang, South Korea; Mr Ri Hyok Chol, Deputy Secretary General of the Korean Religionists Council DPRK; Rev. Ra Haek Jib, National Council of Churches in South Korea; Ms Yun Mi, KCF DPRK, Dr Bae Hyunju, Presbyterian Church of (South) Korea and Ri Kum Gyong, KCF DPRK, as they wait for the arrival of Pope Francis at the event marking the 70th anniversary of the World Council of Churches in Geneva, Switzerland, Thursday, June 21, 2018. (Peter Prove/WCC via AP)

  • South Korean Red Cross President Park Kyung-seo, right, speaks before leaving for Diamond Mountain resort in North Korea to attend South and North Korea meeting to discuss resuming reunions of separated families, at the customs, immigration and quarantine (CIQ) office in Goseong, South Korea, Friday, June 22, 2018. (Korea Pool/Newsis via AP)

SEOUL, South Korea — North and South Korean officials met Friday for talks on resuming reunions of families divided by the 1950-53 Korean War as the rivals boost reconciliation amid a diplomatic push to resolve the North Korean nuclear crisis.