A. North Korea

B. Turkmenistan

C. Eritrea

D. France

Details About the hermit state:

A “hermit state” is a term used to designate a nation that is cut off from the outside world and is frequently defined by stringent information control, minimal foreign involvement, and a self-reliance policy. North Korea’s strong isolationism, widespread censorship, and scant diplomatic connections with other countries have earned it the moniker “hermit state” on many occasions. Hermit governments usually follow isolationist policies with the goals of upholding national sovereignty, preventing outside influences, and preserving internal control. This term emphasizes these regimes’ conscious attempts to restrict their political and cultural exchanges with the outside world.