North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has praised South Korea for its "impressive" efforts in hosting the North at the Winter Olympics.
It comes came after the North's official delegation, led by Mr Kim's sister Kim Yo-jong, returned home from their landmark visit to Pyeongchang.
State media outlet KCNA said Mr Kim had thanked the South for "prioritizing" their visit to the Games.
North Korea's attendance has been seen as a significant warming in relations.
But there have also been concerns that it has allowed North Korea to win a propaganda victory.
"After receiving the delegation's report, Kim Jong-un expressed satisfaction over it," KCNA reported.
The North Korean leader also suggested "further livening up the warm climate of reconciliation and dialogue" between both Koreas, it said, and gave "important instructions" on doing so.
The report included an unusually casual picture of Mr Kim flanked by his sister and the North's ceremonial head of state Kim Yong-nam, both holding on to him.
Ms Kim and Mr Kim Yong-nam made up the most senior delegation from the North to visit the South since the Korean War in the 1950s.
However, Ms Kim's appearance at the Winter Games has been widely criticised, as she still remains on a US sanctions list over alleged links to human rights abuses in North Korea.
You could almost feel the ripple of excitement as Kim Yo-jong walked into the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympic Games. Necks craned and mobile phones were held aloft to catch a glimpse.
I found myself, along with others, leaning as far as I could over the balcony to try to see her in the VIP box below. The faces around the stadium all said one thing. She's here. On South Korean soil.
She has given the secretive regime a human face.
Ms Kim, who is said to be very close to her brother, was promoted to the North's powerful politburo last year.
But in a further sign of a thaw in relations, on Saturday Ms Kim handed over a letter from her brother to South Korea's President Moon Jae-in, inviting him to visit Pyongyang.
If the summit goes ahead, it will be the first meeting in more than a decade between Korean leaders.
Pyongyang's continuing nuclear ambitions hang over any attempts to bring the countries closer together.
North Korea is subject to a raft of sanctions from the US, the UN and the EU, which were imposed in response to its ballistic missile launches and nuclear tests.
سایت تابناک از انتشار نظرات حاوی توهین و افترا و نوشته شده با حروف لاتین (فینگیلیش) معذور است.