A North Korean delegation will visit the South next week to review the facilities at the Games venue, Yonhap reported.
North Korea will send a 550-member delegation to the Winter Olympics and Paralympics in neighbouring South
A joint march at the opening ceremony would be a stunning statement for the "Peace Olympics", which will open about 50 miles from the Korean border on February 9
When the cauldron ignites in Pyeongchang on February 9, it will open a sequence of three Olympic Games in Asia over the next four years
At the meeting in Panmunjom -- the truce village in the Demilitarised Zone that splits the peninsula -- the two sides also decided to hold military talks and to restore a military hotline closed since February 2016
The two sides also decided to hold military talks to ease tensions and to restore a military hotline closed since February 2016
Talks between the two Koreas hosted by IOC president Thomas Bach will take place at the Olympic movement's headquarters in Lausanne on Tuesday
The comments by Pyongyang's representative to the IOC come a day after the North and South agreed to hold rare talks next week
The announcement came just hours after US President Donald Trump said high-level talks set for next week between North and South Korea were "a good thing"
Seoul and organisers have billed the Winter Games which begin on February 9 as a "peace Olympics" and have been keen for the North to take part
The overall games budget now stands at a total of 1.35 trillion yen ($12.6 billion), organisers said in a statement
Voevoda had already been stripped of his gold medals in the two-man and four-man bobsleigh
A flurry of problems beyond their control have created a perfect storm for Pyeongchang organisers
But six Russian ice hockey players sanctioned
The IOC last week decided to ban Russia from the 2018 Games over accusations of a state-sponsored doping programme at the 2014 Sochi Games