Chinese state railway corp nears completion of new Sino-DPRK cross-border bridge
Tumen-Namyang bridge began with inter-government agreement in 2015
A Chinese state-owned railway corporation constructing the latest cross-border bridge into North Korea is nearing the final stages of the project, recent photos seen by NK Pro show.
Built between the northeast DPRK town of Namyang and the Chinese town of Tumen, the bridge was first announced in 2015 and has been under construction since the fall of 2017.
The involvement of the China Railway Construction Corporation (CRCC), whose logo and slogans can be seen on flags and banners throughout the construction site, has not previously been widely reported – and could constitute a potential breach of international
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