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N. Korea to send delegation to Pyeongchang closing

By Bloomberg
23 February 2018   |   11:00 am
North Korea notified South Korea it will send a high-level delegation led by Kim Yong Chol, vice-chairman of the Party Central Committee at North Korea’s Workers’ Party, Feb. 25-27 for the Winter Olympics closing ceremony, South Korea’s Unification Ministry says in emailed statement.

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