Islands of Omaha

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The Islands of Omaha
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Motto
“Life is good on da islands”
Anthem
Omaha be free!
Omaha Map.jpeg
Capital city Vélly Town
Largest city Vélly Town
Official language(s) English, French (Minority)
Official religion(s) None
Short name Omaha Islands
Demonym Omahatan
- Prince Prince Zed I
- President j. Heystek A. Smith
- Vice-President Blake “Wolf”
- Secretary Alex Ballzura
- 2nd Secretary Mira Afaf Al-Dimashqi
Established 6 October 2018 (Territory of New Eiffel) 8 December 2018 (Independence)
Area claimed 20.3 km2
Population 20 (Number of citizens)
Currency American dollar, Canadian dollar
National sport Football
National dish Seatoad Curry-Mix
National drink Tea
Member of the New Eiffel Union of Micronations

The Islands of Omaha also known as Omaha Islands, is a micronation which claimed independence from New Eiffel on 8 December 2018. Omaha Islands claims the Machias Seal Island, however has no control over it.

History

Territory of New Eiffel

On 9 October 2018, The Principality of New Eiffel claimed 3 unclaimed islands called Machias Seal Island, Rockbourg, and Seal Shark Island, between the United States of America and Canada. New Eiffel called the claimed islands The Islands of Omaha, named after Omaha Beach in Normandy, France.

Independence

The New Eiffel Times reported on 25 November 2018 that The Islands of Omaha were to hold a independence referendum in early December. On 30 November of the same year The Islands of Omaha had their independence referendum with 100% voting for independence.

The Islands of Omaha then officially became fully independent on 8 December 2018.

New Eiffel Union of Micronations

The Islands of Omaha automatically became an observer state of New Eiffel Union of Micronations after gaining independence. The Islands of Omaha officially became a member on 12 December 2018.

Geography

The island is located in the Atlantic Ocean.

Culture

The national drink is tea, as decided by the President.