North Korea's state-run Korea Central News Agency has reported on the inter-Korean workers' football matches held in South Korea over the weekend.
The friendlies were played Saturday at Sangam World Cup Stadium in Seoul, with around 30,000 spectators cheering from the stands.
Trade union teams from the South lost to their North Korean counterparts in two matches.
The KCNA said the event was held as part of efforts to implement the historic Panmunjom Declaration, adding that it created an atmosphere of national reconciliation.
It was the first joint civilian event between the two Koreas since President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un held their first summit in April.■
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