Welsh Micronational Union

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Welsh Micronational Union (WMU)
Welsh Micronational Union.png
Intermicronational organisation

Headquarters White, located in Aenopia

Official languages English, Welsh

Motto "Heddwch a ffyniant i bawb"

Membership 1 Full Member 1 Observer Member

– Foundation 3 August 2019

The Welsh Micronational Union (Undeb Micronational Cymru in Welsh) was a Micronational Organisation intended for Welsh and surrounding English counties. This includes Shropshire, Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and Cheshire. In order to become a member, a nation must have a claim in Wales and the counties listed above. The organisation was formed in order to provide a group for Welsh Micronations, for which the number of such has been decreasing over the past few years. The WMO utilised a Discord server to communicate to its members, like countless other organisations do for accessibility and ease.


Over the past few years, it appears that Welsh Micronationalism on MicroWiki is declining. Multiple micronations located partially or entirely in Wales have either gone quiet, or been dissolved. Due to this, Logan I of the Empire of Aenopia decided to form the WMO in an attempt to form an organisation for Welsh and surrounding English counties micronations to communicate and engage with diplomatic relations.

The organization failed to become active, and was succeeded by the North Atlantic Defense Union.


Due to the WMU being relatively young, the organisation only has 1 full member. In order to become a full member, said nation must be an observer for a total of the 14 days until their membership is voted on.

Full Members

In order of date of joining...

Flag Micronation Join date Capital City Code Notes
New Dominion of Aenopia.png Aenopia 3 Aug 2019 New Llandundo AEN Founder of the Welsh Micronational Union

Observer Nations

Flag Micronation Join date Capital City Code Notes
Arnerea flag.png Arnerea 22 Aug 2019 Hart City ARN To be voted on on the 5 September 2019