North Korea’s border with Russia just 18 kilometres, following the Tumen River and its estuary in the far northeast. There is one lone crossing, dubbed the ‘Friendship Bridge’ Photo: Google Maps

Russia wants to build another bridge to North Korea, so trade doesn’t have to go through China

The two nations have long suggested a crossing that would allow vehicles to go between them without a lengthy detour through China

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North Korea’s border with Russia just 18 kilometres, following the Tumen River and its estuary in the far northeast. There is one lone crossing, dubbed the ‘Friendship Bridge’ Photo: Google Maps
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