Micronational state visit

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A micronational state visit is a formal visit by a head of state (sometimes head of government) to a foreign micronation, at the invitation of the head of state of that foreign micronation, with the latter also acting as the official host for the duration of the state visit. Speaking for the host, it is generally called a state reception. State visits are considered to be the highest expression of friendly bilateral relations between two micronational states, and are in general characterised by an emphasis on official public ceremonies. Few micronational state visits have taken place.

State visits by micronation





New Westphalia


See also