- North Korea said that it would send a delegation of high-ranking officials, athletes, and a cheering squad to the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in South Korea.
- South Korea also floated the idea of both nations marching together at the opening ceremony.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea said during rare talks with the South it will send a delegation of high-ranking officials, athletes, and a cheering squad to the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in South Korea next month, a senior South Korean official said on Tuesday.
Seoul proposed inter-Korean military talks to reduce tensions on the Korean peninsula and a reunion of family members in time for February's Lunar New Year holiday, said South Korea's vice unification minister Chun Hae-sung.
South Korea also proposed that athletes from the two Koreas march together at the Games' opening ceremony and other joint activities between the two nations during the Games, Chun told reporters outside the first formal talks between North and South Korea in more than two years.
(Reporting by Christine Kim; Writing by Soyoung Kim; Editing by Paul Tait)