What’s left of the foreign community in Pyongyang, three years into pandemic
NK Pro has compiled a comprehensive update of diplomatic and business presence in North Korea as of Jan. 2023
The foreign community in North Korea has been shrinking since the beginning of the pandemic, leaving embassies, nongovernmental organizations and U.N. operations either temporarily suspended or reliant on skeleton crews of in-country staff.
It has since become more difficult to get reliable and timely information on the level of remaining staff in the country, the last update coming when NK News exclusively reported on the departure of Russians and Mongolians by rail in July 2022.
To address this information gap, NK Pro has compiled a comprehensive update on the diplomatic and business personnel currently in
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