After Putin created last year a separate, independent KGB city of Novy Urengoy in Yamal province in northern Russia which Russian citizen may visit only with a KGB visa, he now extends independence provisions to the whole Yamal province. The province is super-rich in oil and gas.
In spring 2013, Yamal will become a state within a state, sito in situ, because of new Putin's orders. Putin already spoke on his plans at his last press conference in Moscow in December where he said that human rights of Russian citizens would be not violated by creating such entities as Yamal within Russia because Russia's laws allow the government to do that. Last week, Putin puppet Medvedev, visiting Yamal, confirmed to local authorities that they would be soon separated from the rest of Russia.
To visit the new KGB State, Russian citizens will need a visa from the KGB. Private citizens could only get it if they have relatives living in Yamal.
Department of Monitoring