What recent delegation visits reveal about North Korea’s evolving COVID playbook | NK News
July 22, 2024
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What recent delegation visits reveal about North Korea’s evolving COVID playbook

DPRK appears willing to bend rules for its friends, while still citing virus fears to keep out those deemed troublesome

The wait is over: Foreigners are finally getting the chance to go back to North Korea after over three years of strict COVID-19 border lockdown.

That is, of course, assuming you’re a high-level government official from Russia or China.

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