Foreign journalists head to North Korea to cover dismantling of nuke test site
Two dozen journalist from Chinese news organisation has left for North Korea to witness the closure of Korean nuclear test site.
A media representative from the Associated Press, CNN, CBS, Russia Today and Chinese state media outlets checked in Air Koryo flight.
Journalists from Reuters were also asked to cover the site shut down but they denied invitation.
China must continue to be strong & tight on the Border of North Korea until a deal is made. The word is that recently the Border has become much more porous and more has been filtering in. I want this to happen, and North Korea to be VERY successful, but only after signing!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 21, 2018
North Korea invited some of the international journalists to see the dismantling of the Korean site which is scheduled sometime between May 23 and May 25.
The United States has called for "a permanent and irreversible closure that can be inspected and fully accounted for."