Over 600 athletes, up from by 24 percent from the 2014 Sochi Games, will compete at PyeongChang 2018 in events such as alpine skiing and the biathlon.
"On the one hand it is extremely disappointing when prohibited substances might have been used, but on the other hand it shows the effectiveness of the anti-doping system at the games which protects the rights of all the clean athletes", expressed the committee.
Tomorrow, President Bach will be in PyeongChang for the Opening Ceremony of the Paralympic Winter Games.
Cross-country skiers Kim Jong Hyon and Ma Yu Chol are the only two competitors from the isolated state, although it is unclear whether they will parade alongside South Korean athletes at the opening ceremony, as happened at the Winter Olympics.
The latest funding for the Paralympics will cover the costs of food, accommodation and goods for the North Korean delegation.
Although the joint march of the two Koreas will not happen, the KPC said it proposed to the IPC that representatives of the South and the North carry the Paralympic torch together for the relay during the opening ceremony.
Niels de Langen of the Netherlands starts the men's downhill training run. He will not only lead the Team into the Olympic Stadium on Friday, he will also be the first to compete on Saturday along with team mate Adam Hall in the Downhill event.
Two of the UK's athletes lost limbs while serving with the military in Afghanistan, with Scott Meenagh's appearance in Nordic skiing the first for a British athlete in two decades.
Schultz enters the Paralympics as one of the top snowboarders in the world having won a silver medal in banked slalom at the 2017 world championships.
The Paralympics organisers have said 275,000 tickets have been sold, about 89% of those made available so far.
Not everyone was happy with the IPC's decision, with German Paralympic Committee president Friedhelm Julius Beucher reportedly slamming it as a "slap in the face to clean athletes".
"What is greatly encouraging is that not only do we have more broadcasters but many of them are also dedicating more airtime across all platforms than previous Games editions", Alexis Schaefer, the IPC's commercial and marketing director, said in a statement. The South Korean tech giant has always been supportive of the Paralympic Movement and so it will continue to inspire by introducing technologies that allow people to capture memories of the winter games, as well as, motivate people to get involved in the movement.
The IPC banned Russian Federation in 2016 after revelations of a widespread and highly orchestrated doping scandal.