North Korea is to send a delegation to the 2018 Winter Olympic Games taking place in South Korea in February, officials from the South say.
The breakthrough announcement came as the countries met for their first high-level talks in more than two years.
The delegation will include athletes, officials and supporters.
South Korea also proposed holding family reunions during the Winter Olympics for people separated by the Korean War.
What’s happened at the talks?
They have resumed after a break for lunch and the developments have been conveyed by officials from the South:
The North’s response to all of the South’s proposals is not yet known. The opening remarks of head of the North Korean delegation, Ri Son-gwon, were fairly neutral.
He said he hoped the talks would bring a “good gift” for the new year and that the North had a “serious and sincere stance”.
Where are the talks and how did they come about?
The talks …
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