It looks like China is about to start sending goods into North Korea again, now a few months since they cut off trade because of COVID-19 as the North's economy continues to struggle.
Citing traders based in the Chinese city of Dandong, Radio Free Asia says freight trains could start running as soon as Tuesday from Dandong to the North Korean city of Sinuiju.
The service had been suspended since late April following the spread of COVID-19 in the city.
Cargo trucks are also preparing to head back, though they may need more time.
RFA says it acquired a notice from the Dandong customs office to Chinese logistics companies saying they'll soon start resuming inspections.
It'll take time for companies to reroute their trucks, though, so they might not start going to North Korea again until late this month.