No date set for Inter-Korean Railways test run

South and North Korea failed to set a date for a test run of two sets of inter-Korean railways - or hold an opening ceremony for adjacent roads, built across the world’s most heavily fortified border according to South Korea’s Unification Ministry. The two Korea’s had agreed to test run the railways and open adjacent roads in October, but the North delayed, allegedly because the North’s military opposed the plan.

Deadlines for bilateral projects have frequently been missed because of political tensions and other problems.