South Korea proposes unified Olympic women's ice hockey team with North Korea

Sergio Conner
January 13, 2018

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The Democratic People " s Republic of Korea (DPRK) plans to send a delegation of 400-500 members to the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon, said today.

North Korea has yet to comment on the South's offer, which is in the spirit of the original deal and even goes beyond it.

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Chang refused to confirm whether North Korea was keen on forming a joint team as proposed by the South during breakthrough talks last Tuesday. Joining teams would make that issue moot and allow even more North Korean athletes to compete.

The first inter-Korean dialogue in over two years came after the North's leader Kim Jong-un used his New Year's Day address to declare Pyongyang's interest in participating in the Winter Olympics at the South Korean venue of PyeongChang from February 9.

An offer has also been made by the South to have both countries' athletes walk into the Opening Ceremony together under a unified flag, although like the ice hockey proposal, a resolution has not yet been reached.

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