The king and his government usually accept requests from other nations to sign mutual recognition agreements. However, we cannot engage in full diplomatic relationships for now as we do not yet have the means to establish embassies abroad.
We also have colonial interests, and those are right now our priority. We want to grow, making diplomatic relations with other nations important, but future colonial possessions are of greater importance to us.
We share an agreement of mutual recognition with a few micronations. Mutual recognition does not mean we stand behind the policies of nations we recognize. Nor is it an agreement of mutual aid, politically, financially, or military. It merely implies that we accept these countries as sovereign nations.
If you think your nation would benefit from signing a treaty with us, please don't hesitate to contact us.
In the Kingdom of Unixploria, we acknowledge the existence of macronations, but our level of respect for them varies. Below is a world map that displays our different views on micronations through three colors.
It's important to note that we don't believe a passport can define a person's character. One's nationality doesn't necessarily reflect their personal beliefs or values. Kindness knows no boundaries, and we encourage everyone to practice it regardless of their country of origin.
Green countries are considered to be free nations and are our allies. These democratic states have high levels of personal and political freedom, primarily based on Western ideas of human rights and responsibilities.
Orange countries are typically underdeveloped nations that lack democratic and civic liberties or are in conflict. Some may have pseudo-democratic systems, while others may border on totalitarianism. We encourage these nations to learn from more developed countries to gain our full respect. However, travel to these countries by Unixplorian citizens is not recommended without taking necessary precautions and informing our consular authorities.
Red countries are non-functioning nations that lack respect for human life and have no democratic aspirations. Personal freedom is restricted, and their penal system is unjust and arbitrary. It's strongly advised not to travel to these countries or areas due to local conditions and our limited ability to provide consular services. Traveling to high-risk regions may increase the risk of kidnapping, hostage-taking, theft, and severe injury.
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