Progress in repairing ties between North and South Korea has prompted concern in Tokyo that Seoul may rush into dialogue with Pyongyang at the expense of the "maximum pressure" campaign espoused by Japan and the United States.
They both agreed not to enter into negotiations with Pyongyang similar to those that have failed in the past, he said.
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says it's too early to tell if any of the overtures between North and South Korea during the Olympic Games are creating a chance for peace on the Korean Peninsula.More news: US wants to privatize International Space Station
"We should firmly keep in mind any talks where denuclearisation is not a precondition only buy North Korea more time to complete its nuclear capabilities while they fool us with their peace offensive façade", said Chang Je-won, spokesman for the Liberty Korea Party.
Another demonstrator shouted: 'Having these red communists in the heart of Seoul is an utter humiliation!' Moon's chief of staff held a farewell dinner for the delegation before the delegation attended a performance by a North Korean orchestra, the last item on their itinerary before heading home. This would be the first summit between the two Koreas in over a decade.
An army of high-flying drones expected to light up the sky at the opening ceremony of the Olympics was grounded.
After the game, the top North Korean officials and the South Korean president joined Bach in greeting the Korean players and posing for pictures with them.
The North's presence has dominated the headlines in the early days of the Olympics, with all eyes turning to Swiss-educated Kim Yo-jong, believed to be 30, who is among her brother's closest confidantes.More news: Lionel Messi: 'Manchester City can beat Barcelona to Champions League crown'
And there's even more intrigue: It appears that she brought a folder with her into the meeting.
Pence's tweeted day-after position: "The U.S. will not allow the propaganda charade by the North Korean regime to go unchallenged on the world stage". The message was delivered by Kim's sister, Kim Yo-jong, during a meeting with Moon at Cheong Wa Dae.
From inside their bags, the cheerleaders produced props that would accompany their chants: a unified Korean flag, some paper flowers and some masks. -North Korea meetings (or lack thereof) ignores what was going on beneath the surface.
Their final schedule in South Korea was joining Moon at a Seoul concert of a visiting North Korean art troupe, led by the head of the immensely popular Moranbong band, whose young female members are hand-picked by Kim Jong Un.More news: 3rd Women's ODI: India lose to South Africa by 7 wickets
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