North and South Korea will march under a unified flag and join together for combined teams in some sports at this year's Asian Games in Jakarta and Palembang, it has been announced today.
This was agreed following a latest round of talks between the two countries at their shared border.
It has not yet been announced which sports will have combined teams.
A total of 40 sports are due to feature at the continental-wide event in Indonesia, which is due to take place from August 18 to September 2.
It was also announced today that a basketball match will take place in North Korean capital Pyongyang on July 4 to mark the anniversary of an inter-Korean agreement on unification.
Another match is due to be held in Seoul later this year.
"We agreed to promote sports cooperation and exchanges including joint training and matches," they said.
Sport played just one part of a series of a wide-ranging discussions aimed at finally formally ending the Korean War after a state of ceasefire since hostilities ended in 1953.
Basketball, canoeing, gymnastics, judo, rowing, soft tennis and table tennis expressed interest in the combined team idea in April.
It follows a joint march at the Opening Ceremony of February's Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang.
A unified Korean women's ice hockey team also featured.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un met United States President Donald Trump for a historic first-ever summit between the two nations in Singapore last week.