Nations with active Eyre Land Principality recognition not directly related possessing High Commissioners, Consulates or Ambassadors (recognition only)
Nations with inactive diplomatic recognition
Article 1 of the 1933 Montevideo Convention on Rights and Duties of States defines a State as possessing a permanent population, a defined territory, a government, and the capacity to enter into relations with other States. We meet all these criteria. We have a sovereign government exercising effective jurisdiction over well defined territories with permanent residents, and we have officially appointed representatives in more than 30 States. Article 3 of the same Montevideo Convention specifically says that "the political existence of the State is independent of recognition by other States."
We are a sovereign State and as such we are entitled to normal international standing and participation according to international law.
We note with concern that many States, nations and peoples are not represented as such in the world's principal international organizations, such as the United Nations and its specialized Agencies.
Therefore, we commend the Underrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization's (UNPO) continuing efforts to provide to these States, nations and peoples an international forum as well as services, facilities and education in the fields of diplomacy, international and human rights law, democratic processes, conflict resolution and environmental protection.