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"We intend to publish a notice in the Federal Register next week. "The restriction will be implemented 30 days after publication." Rowan Beard said that the 30-day grace period would "give leeway for any [Americans] currently in the country as tourists or on humanitarian work". Simon Cockerell of Koryo Tours told the BBC the agency would still conduct tours and take Americans until the ban came into effect. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionOtto Warmbier, fourth from right, seen shortly before his arrest "If their country allows them to go, we will take them," he said. Mr Cockerell added: "It's unfortunate for the industry but also for North Koreans who want to know what Americans are really like." After the death of Mr Warmbier, the China-based Young Pioneer Tours announced it would no longer take visitors from the US to the country. There has been movement towards a ban for a while in the US, which increased with the Warmbier death. In May, two congressmen introduced the North Korea Travel Control bill to cut off the foreign currency the country earns from American tourists. The House foreign affairs subcommittee is scheduled to take up the draft legislation on 27 July but it would still have to go to the Senate. So there could be an executive order. Apart from the treatment of Americans in North Korea, tension has been increasing over Pyongyang's nuclear programme. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTake a tour of the demilitarised zone between North and South Korea This month North Korea announced it had successfully tested what it said was its first intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) , the latest in a series of tests in defiance of a UN ban.
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