Other Recognised States

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The UMMOA Foreign Ministry recognises all listed States unilaterally, except for the Republic of Cabinda. The UMMOA either recognises States which have publicly denied its territorial claims (the United States); States towards which the Governor has a natural relationship based on citizenship, desire for citizenship, or common interests (Italy, the Holy See, and the United Kingdom); or States whose media or book publishers have shown sympathy towards the UMMOA, its Governor, or any aspect of UMMOA culture where the media is State-influenced (Russia).

The UMMOA Foreign Ministry has granted one State, Peru, Most Favoured Nation status. This means that the UMMOA will do anything ethical and within its means to favour the nation economically.

Moreover, the UMMOA Foreign Ministry also recognises these States, which like Peru have enacted anti-GMO laws, or which have otherwise as acted as Moral Agents on important issues: On 24 April 2013, the UMMOA Foreign Ministry has created a new list of unilaterally recognised States. Currently all of these States are recognised by the UMMOA because they have enacted laws restricting genetically modified organisms (GMO) in most areas, or have issued GMO-free national bands: Some States already recognised by the UMMOA Foreign Ministry, have also enacted laws restricting genetically modified organisms (GMO) in most areas, or have issued GMO-free national bands: Italy, Norway, and Russia.

The UMMOA is considering whether to recognise other States on other continents — in Africa and Asia — that have also enacted laws restricting genetically modified organisms (GMO) in most areas, or have issued GMO-free national bands.

On 6 August 2013, the UMMOA Foreign Ministry has created a new list of unilaterally recognised States. Brazil is now recognised since it has mobilised its army and sent it into the areas of the Awá tribe range (an endangered tribe), with the purpose of breaking up illegal logging operations in the area. The other States are now recognised since they have banned the capture and import of cetaceans for the purpose of commercial entertainment: One State already recognised by the UMMOA Foreign Ministry, has also banned the capture and import of cetaceans for the purpose of commercial entertainment: Hungary. One other State has also banned the capture and import of cetaceans, but is not recognised because its Supreme Court supports egregious violations of the rights of indigenous people.

Information has been gathered from the following sources: