Russian officials inspect North Korean railway in push to resume rail service | NK News
June 23, 2024
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Russian officials inspect North Korean railway in push to resume rail service

Far East tourism agency reveals officials joined trial run of passenger train from Khasan to Tumangang in DPRK

Russian Far East officials traveled to North Korea aboard the first passenger train to visit the country in years last week, local authorities have revealed, inspecting local infrastructure as part of plans to resume regular rail service between the two countries.

The officials inspected some 20 miles (30 km) of railway between Khasan Station in Russia and Tumangang Station in the DPRK as part of the trial run, according to a press release from the Primorsky Krai Tourism Agency.

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