US travel ban for North Korea from September

US travel ban for North Korea from September

World August 3, 2017 06:18

washington - The American travel ban for North Korea will begin on September 1st. People with an American passport are no longer allowed to go to the country and Americans who stay in the country must be away. Only Americans who get special permission in advance can still go to North Korea.

The Foreign Minister Rex Tillerson already announced in July that the travel ban was coming but the date of entry was not yet known.

North Korea and the United States are hoping for continuous testing with intercontinental ballistic missiles through the communist country. North Korea claims to have mastered the technique of providing a rocket with a core head. Those missiles could reach the US.

In response to the various missile tests, the Americans already fly bombers across the Korean Peninsula and held a joint military exercise with South Korea on the east coast of the peninsula.

The United States is not ruling out the rule in North Korea, but at some point it would like the dialogue with Pyongyang, 'Tillerson said on Tuesday.

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