North Korea Covid rules force Russian diplomats to leave by hand-pushed trolley

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North Korea's strict anti-coronavirus measures include blocking most forms of passenger transport across the border and severely restricted movement inside the country
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The group travelled for 32 hours by train and bus before walking across the border.
North Korea's coronavirus restrictions left a group of Russian diplomats and their families using a hand-pushed trolley to leave the hermit state.
Pyongyang's strict anti-coronavirus measures include blocking most forms of passenger transport across the border and severely restricted movement inside the country.
The group of eight, which included a three-year-old child, were forced to travel 32 hours by train and two hours by bus from Pyongyang to reach the Russian border.
Photos and video released by Russian's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, show the group then crossing the border on foot after loading their luggage onto a trolley on the train tracks.
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