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A uniformed female security official monitors the tarmac at the Minsk international airport on April 28, 2006. Business and tourism travel to the country is strictly controlled, requiring visitors to report to city, regional and local police or security offices when arriving in the country or traveling to different cities. The secret intelligence organization is still called the KGB, never having changed its name as other former Soviet republics did after the breakup of the USSR.

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A uniformed female security official monitors the tarmac at the Minsk international airport on April 28, 2006. Business and tourism travel to the country is strictly controlled, requiring visitors to report to city, regional and local police or security offices when arriving in the country or traveling to different cities. The secret intelligence organization is still called the KGB, never having changed its name as other former Soviet republics did after the breakup of the USSR.