N.Korea to send athletes to next month's Paralympics in S.Korea

By REUTERS
February 27, 2018 11:36
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SEOUL - North Korea plans to send athletes to compete in next month's Paralympic Games in South Korea, following its high profile participation in the Olympic games that wrapped up on Sunday, Yonhap news agency said.



Officials from North and South Korea met on Tuesday at a village along the heavily fortified border to discuss logistics for the Paralympics, which begin on March 7.

South Korean leaders see Pyongyang's participation in the Games as key to lowering tensions on the peninsula and possibly leading to diplomatic negotiations over the North's nuclear program.

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