Free Republic of Verdis

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Free Republic of Verdis
Flag of Free Republic of Verdis
Coat of arms of Free Republic of Verdis
Coat of arms
The free republic of Verdis the 30th of may 2019, day of it's creation.
The free republic of Verdis the 30th of may 2019, day of it's creation.
Official languagesCroatian, English, Serbian
• President
Daniel Jackson
• Vice President
Hector Bowles
Establishment30 May 2019 (2019-05-30)
• Total
0.455 km2 (0.176 sq mi)
• 2023 census
Currencyeuro (€)

Verdis, officially the Free Republic of Verdis (Croatian: Slobodna Republika Verdis and Serbian Cyrillic: Слободна Република Вердис) is a sovereign microstate located between Croatia and Serbia along the Danube River. It is described as a micronation by external observers. Verdis is one of several micronations that exist due to a border dispute between Serbia and Croatia. Verdis was proclaimed on 30 May 2019, while its main project "Inhabit Verdis" started on 31 July 2023. The micronation aims for independence and recognition within the intermicronational community. On some maps, especially local ones, this land is known as Pocket-3 of the Croatia-Serbia border dispute.[1][2][3][4]

Invasion and persecution of settlers

On 12 October 2023, Croatian authorities entered Verdis and persecuted Daniel Jackson and other Verdisian settlers. This was done on the claim that Verdis was a national security threat to Croatia.[5]


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