North Korea’s state tourist body will open an official Japanese-language Web site in a bid to attract more tourists to the country ahead of a series of commemorative events scheduled for this year, officials of a Japanese travel agency said Saturday.

The Web site of the State General Bureau of Tourism — www.dprknta.com/ — will be officially opened in the middle of this month and provide travel information and pictures, the officials said.

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