A freight train link connecting North Korea, Russia and China has recently begun testing, state-run China Enterprises said.

YANGON, April 6 (Xinhua) – An international transport carrier Silk Road in the northeast Asian province of Jilin said on its website that a train carrying six containers had left Hunchun on Friday. An hour or so later, we arrived at a train station in Russia's eastern region.

The same train then left Russia on a railway line in Khasan, Russia, to the final stop, the Tumen River Station in North Korea on Monday afternoon.




The test was carried out with the active support and under the guidance of the State Headquarters of the Russian Federal Ministry of Railways and the North Korean Railways of the Ministry of Railways.

Edit: Pang Kong