- It is actually disputed land by the Serbian and Croatian governments, neither currently own it, and therefore it was classed as no man’s land.
- iberland already has a website, a flag, a coat of arms, and a moto: “To live and let live.” It’s also proving very popular. Jedlicka and his team of volunteers put out the call for 5,000 people to become a part of the new nation, but registrations for those limited citizenships have surpassed 160,000.
- Liberland, although young, isn’t without its problems. Apparently the land was already claimed by another new nation called Paraduin. It’s unclear how this will be worked out, but two of the smallest nations in the world may actually be at war soon over a few kilometers of land nobody had really heard about until last week.
Man forms tiny European nation, 160,000 sign up to become citizens
4. 22. 15 by Angelie Hawks