North Korea's leader Kim Jong‑un has invited South Korea's President Moon Jae‑in to Pyongyang.
It would be the first summit in more than a decade between Korean leaders.
Moon said the Koreas should "make it happen" and encouraged the north to return to negotiations with the US.
The handwritten invitation was delivered by Kim's influential sister, Kim Yo‑jong, at a landmark meeting in the presidential palace in Seoul, as the Winter Olympics opened.
The meeting comes after the US warned against engagement with Pyongyang.
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