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Foreign relations of Koss
|State of Koss|
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Koss maintains close relations with its South American and European neighbours, as well as historically related states such as Nemkhavia and St.Charlie. After its seccession in 2015, Law Nº02 came into effect, regulating the recognition of micronations by the State. Koss has devoted much of its efforts to regional integration, aiding the establishment of the Union of South American Micronations and the Austral Economic Union. Since its independence in 2015, Koss' foreign policy has shifted from a intermicronational presence to the more secluded lusophone sector.
Law Nº02 provides all the foundation for Kossian foreign relations. The law creates a distinction between macronational and micronational entities. Macronational entities are countries with seat at the United Nations and recognised by a majority of its members, while micronational entities are nations with plans of seccession or realist simulationist policies.
Recognized as macronational entities
|Informal Name||Begin Date of Relations||Status of Relations|
|United Nations member states||2015||Not mutual|
Recognized as Micronational Entities
|Informal Name||Macronation||Begin Date of Relations||Status of Relations|
|Abelden||United Arab Emirates||13 July 2016||Informal mutual|
|Adammia||United Kingdom||2015||Not mutual|
|Austenasia||United Kingdom||2012||Informal mutual|
|Karnia-Ruthenia||Brazil||12 July 2016||Informal mutual|
|Lostisland||South Pacific||2012||Formal mutual|
|Nedland||United States||2016||Formal mutual|
|Paravia||Norway||23 July 2016||Formal mutual|
|Sandus||United States||2012||Informal mutual|
|Senya||United Kingdom||2015||Not mutual|
|Sirocco||New Zealand||2012||Informal mutual|
|Überstadt||United States||2012||Not mutual|