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The foreign relations of Suverska were the Republic of Suverska's relations with other governments and peoples. The nation maintained foreign relationships with other nations and organisations through its Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
- Australis (2020–2021) – Suverska opened communications with Australis, April 18, 2020. The two nations mutually recognised each other, April 18, 2020. Australis dissolved, September 8, 2021.
- Central Tibetan Administration (2020–2022) – Suverska recognised Tibet, March 20, 2015. Suverska opened communications with Tibet, April 18, 2020. Tibet opened communications with Suverska, April 28, 2020. Suverska dissolved, February 24, 2022.
- Molossia (2014–2022) – Suverska recognised Molossia, March 31, 2014. Suverska opened communications with Molossia, early May 2014. Molossia recognised Suverska, May 7, 2014. Suverska dissolved, February 24, 2022.
- Vancouver Island (2020–2020) – Suverska opened communications with Vancouver Island, July 10, 2020. The two nations mutually recognised each other, July 19, 2020. Suverska cut off relations with Vancouver Island, late 2020.
Embassies and ambassadors
Suverska lacked a system of foreign embassies and embassadors; its closest equivalent to such a role would be its Ministry of Foreign Affairs, whose director serves as the de facto ambassador of Suverska to the rest of the world.
The 2021 Constitution of Suverska requires that all visitors to the country follow the Ministry of Democracy’s most recent visa policy. As of November 2021, this means that non-Suverskans wishing to enter the country must present upon entry to Suverska a valid travel visa or one of the visa-exempt passports.
- Visa-exempt entry
- European Free Trade Association member states
- European Union member states
- New Zealand
1 – note that Canada is the only state which borders Suverska, so those wishing to enter Suverska must first comply with Canadian visa policy
Nations that Suverska recognised are as follows.
- Nations recognised by Suverska
- All UN member states, since 2014
- Freetown Christiania, since 2017
- Kosovo, since 2014
- Palestine, since 2014
- Republic of China, since 2014
- Rojava, since 2020
- ↑ "2021 Constitution of Suverska", Republic of Suverska, Retrieved 17 September 2021
- ↑ "Ministry of Foreign Affairs", Republic of Suverska, Retrieved 9 April 2020