Sanctions imposed on North Korea by Turkey under UNSC decisions have been updated
Ri Yong Ho arrived in the Swedish capital on Thursday evening with Choe Kang Il, deputy director general of the foreign ministry's North America section.
The group led by British MEP Nirj Deva has met senior North Korean officials, including ministers, 14 times and plans another meeting in Brussels in the near future.
A number of steps must occur before Trump, Kim Jong-Un meet, top US diplomat says
Just days after he stood outside the White House and announced the planned meet between the US president and the North Korean leader, Chung Eui-yong was in Beijing to brief Xi and China's top diplomats on the fast-moving efforts to address the nuclear standoff.
Last year Pyongyang carried out 20 ballistic missile tests, almost all of them in the early hours of the morning.
South Korean envoy will travel to United States this week to carry North Korea's peace plan
The delegation, announced by Moon's office on Sunday, is the latest chapter in a remarkable Olympics-driven detente between the two Koreas.
Pyongyang rejects report it supplied materials for chemical weapons in Syria
Seoul keeps alive proposal for a third inter-Korean summit
President lauds China for efforts to curb North's economic activity, says 'Russia is sending in what China is taking out'
"We will see", White House statement responds to North's "ample intentions" of holding talks with the US.
The measures, which Washington says are aimed at forcing Pyongyang to roll back its banned nuclear and weapons programmes, target more than 50 North Korea-linked shipping companies, vessels and trade businesses.
Economic penalties aimed at curbing Pyongyang's sanctions-evasions practices that facilitate coal, fuel transports
The 2.86 billion won will cover transport, hotel, food and other cost for 229 cheerleaders, a taekwondo demonstration team, and around 140 art performers, the Unification Ministry said in a statement.
Pyongyang's UN mission lashes out against sanctions, saying U.S. is to blame
Around 200 protesters make their opposition clear to visiting North Korean delegation headed by star band leader
South Korea had hoped that the Games which begin in Pyeongchang on February 9 could help ease the crisis on the peninsula plagued by months of rising tensions over the North's nuclear and missile and programme.
Screws to be tightened on sanctions, ships may be stopped, searched
Pyongyang’s state-run news agency warns South Korean leader against making ‘rash remarks’
Olympic Committee ponders on whether to allow unified Korean team at upcoming PyeongChang Winter Games, North Korea says