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Chinese travel agencies in provinces bordering North Korea have also started promoting cross-border trips. One tourism official from Chinas Jilin province told Chinese journalists that around 20,000 tourists traveled from Jilin into North Korealast yearand that the number was expected to rise by up to 40 percent this year. However, theState Department continues to advise Americans against visiting the country.The high-profile case of Otto Warmbier, an American college student who died in 2017 after sufferinga brain injury while in captivity in North Korea, only compounded the fear that the North Korean regime is too unpredictable to be trusted. In September 2017, the State Department issued a blanket ban against U.S. citizens traveling to North Korea due to the serious and mounting risk that they would be detained. The 25 Most Powerful Passports in the World Individuals cannot use a U.S. passport to travel to, in, or through North Korea without a special validation from the Department of State, the departments website reads . Keep up with this story and more by subscribing now For now, the relationship between the U.S. and North Korea remains uncertain. Trump was expected to meethis North Korean counterpart in Junebutsuddenly canceled the meeting after the Kim regime insulted Vice President Mike Pence. Now it appears the talks may be on again.
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Mongolia warns citizens not travel to S.Korea due to reappearance of MERS case Source: Xinhua| 2018-09-14 21:22:59|Editor: xuxin ULAN BATOR, Sept. 14 (Xinhua) -- The Mongolian Foreign Ministry issued a warning on Friday, asking citizens not to travel to South Korea as the first case of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) was found in South Korea since the outbreak in July 2015. Mongolian citizens are not recommended to go to South Korea unless absolute necessity, the ministry said. A 61-year-old South Korean man was diagnosed last Saturday with the viral disease one day after a business trip to Kuwait. MERS is a respiratory illness caused by a new type of corona-virus and carried by camels. The first case was recorded in Saudi Arabia in 2012. There is no vaccine or treatment for the disease. South Korea is one of the most popular destinations for Mongolians. According to data of the National Statistical Office, out of the total 144,500 Mongolian citizens living and working abroad, over 36,000 are in South Korea.
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