DPRK, South Korea settle on a deal over Olympics participation
(MENAFN) DPRK has settled on a deal with South Korea on "the scale and action programs" of its involvement in the Winter Olympics scheduled for next month.
The working-level talks between DPRK and South Korea at the Peace House on the southern side in Panmunjom truce village "thrashed out the practical matters arising in the successful holding of the 23rd Winter Olympics and adopted a joint press release," the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported.
KCNA further reported "the joint release dealt with the scales and action programs of the north's National Olympic Committee delegation, sports team, cheer group, Taekwon-do demonstration group and press corps to take part in the 23rd Winter Olympics, the south's offer of the conveniences for them and the dispatch of a field survey delegation (by DPRK)."
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