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DPRK wants to develop railway communication with Russia and China

The Korean-Chinese "Korea Joint International Rail Passenger Transportation Company", which has existed since 2012, intends to expand the geography of routes to China and Russia, Rossiyskaya Gazeta reports with reference to the North Korean portal Nenara.

In particular, it is planned to link the capital of North Korea with Vladivostok, Khabarovsk and Moscow by tourist routes. With the help of these routes and trains, it is planned to attract foreign tourists to the DPRK.

Experts positively assess the potential of this area, and the task of attracting foreign tourists, set by the DPRK leadership, can intensify cooperation with Russia and China in this direction.

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