North Korea: Journalists Travel to Nuclear Plant Closure
Journalists from around the world faced 11 hours of travel by train, four by bus and a walk of over an hour to reach the scene.
Journalists arrived on the scene this Wednesday (23)Reuters / News1 / Pool / 23.5.2018Journalists from around the world began a veritable marathon to reach a North Korean nuclear test facility on Wednesday, after Pyongyang last minute allowed a visit by members of the South Korean media to follow up on what the government said. North Korea announces the closure of its only nuclear testing facility.It will be 11 hours by train, four hours by bus and a one-hour walk, Russia's RT network reporter said on Twitter.See tooNorth Korea: Press arrives for nuclear center dismantlingDonald Trump and Kim Jong-un meeting in danger of being canceledNorth Korea will dismantle nuclear test site in 2 weeksThe invitation to the South Korean media was seen as a sign that North Korea's unexpected offer to end nuclear testing is still standing, after Pyongyang suspended talks with Seoul and threatened to withdraw from a summit between its leader, Kim Jong- un, and United States President Donal...
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