Sending Office: Honorable Peter J. Roskam
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Dear Colleague,

For sixty years, the U.S.-Korea alliance has been characterized by political and diplomatic cooperation, healthy economic and trade relations, and a strong friendship. American and Korean soldiers have stood and continue to stand together in defense of freedom and shared values as we strive to maintain peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula and in the region. The U.S. is also home to more than two million Korean-Americans who are celebrating 114 years of Korean immigration to the U.S. In addition, Korea remains a model for democracy and the free market economy and ranks as one of the greatest U.S. foreign policy success stories in the post-World War II era.

With this in mind, we are excited to announce the reconstitution of the Congressional Caucus on Korea for the 115th Congress and wish to cordially invite you to join us as Members. If you were a Member of the caucus last Congress, you will automatically be re-added unless you indicate otherwise. The Co-Chairs of the Korea Caucus are Reps. Peter Roskam, Mike Kelly, Gerry Connolly and Ami Bera.

In the weeks and months to come, the Caucus will be hosting events of interest to Members and their staff on issues related to Korea and U.S.-Korea relations. The Caucus will also be a resource for you and your staff when questions arise regarding Korea.

Your participation in the Congressional Caucus on Korea will be most welcome. For more information, please contact Omri Rahmil ( in Rep. Peter Roskam’s office at 5-4561 or Molly Claire Cole ( in Rep. Gerry Connolly’s office at 5-1492 to join. We look forward to working with you to further strengthen the U.S.-Korea alliance. Thank you.


Peter J. Roskam                      Mike Kelly                                   Gerry Connolly                        Ami Bera
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