Work continues on DPRK side to connect long-stalled cross-border bridge with China
Following demolition of homes in road’s path, clearing continues toward DPRK highway
After signs began to emerge in mid-September that construction had started on a road to finally complete the multi-million dollar Sino-DPRK ‘bridge to nowhere,’ further evidence this week suggests the project is picking up speed.
Additional satellite imagery provided by Planet Labs reveals details of the initial road clearing and home demolition in the road’s path, as well as further road clearing towards a North Korean highway since late last month.
On September 26, NK Pro was first to break the story that work on the DPRK side to complete the road connecting to the
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