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The trains cross the border via a bridge over the River Tumen between Tumangang in North Korea and Hassan in Russia, which is south of Vladivostok.
The services affected comprise:
Passengers booked to travel from Russia to North Korea can obtain a full refund from Russian Railways (RZD).
Mongolia’s Ulaanbaatar Railway suspended all services between Mongolia and China from February 1 to March 2 due to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus. This includes the Moscow – Ulaanbaatar – Beijing service.
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