Mick Jagger and Keith Richards reportedly met last November to discuss a new world tour, but no official plans for honouring their half-century together have been announced yet.
Starr was asked whether he thinks a Rolling Stones reunion would be a good idea during a recent interview with Spinner.
"I hope they put it together and I hope they do a world tour," he told the website. "We all should be out there. If we can play, we should be out there playing, and that's the deal."
Starr added of Jagger and Richards's notorious personality clashes: "I only advise everybody to get out there and play and I hope the Rolling Stones pull it together and I hope Keith and Mick pull it together and stop squabbling and get out there and do it - says Ringo!"
The Rolling Stones last toured to promote their 2005 album A Bigger Bang.
The 71-year-old Starr recently revealed that he will only retire when he can no longer grip a drum stick.
Starr is also among the celebrity presenters for this month's 54th annual Grammy Awards.
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Watch The Rolling Stones perform 'Beast of Burden' below: