Jan 7, 2013

Google's chairman has a plan to visit North Korea

The chairman of the Internet company, Google, is reported to be planing a trip to North Korea. The Associated Press reported Wednesday that Eric Shmidt will take part in a private humanitarian visit led by former New Mexico governor, Bill Richardson. The trip could come as soon as this month. It is unclear whom the delegation will meet in North Korea. The country does not have diplomatic relations with the United States. The communist state, North Korea, is considered to have the most severe Internet restrictions in the world.

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ジョン said...

Great job!

I wonder what they are thinking. Hopefully, it will be a step to reintegrating North Korea with the rest of the world.

bikenglish said...


Thank you for posting a comment.

As you know, people in North Korea have few information about the world. If they have tool to link world web, the administration will immediately collapse, I think.