With the new year we are launching a new way of communication – the Mimasian Report. A small monthly report on what’s going on inside (and outside) of our beautiful nation. It will be sent out to all citizens and ambassadors. Others will find it here on our site!
Here is the first issue, happy reading!
The Archduchy of Mimas has opened it’s first embassy in Russia.
His Lordship Maratow of Equester was appointed ambassador in February by the Royal Parliament.
The embassy is located in Kazan and will have it’s main presence online. With a presence in Russia it is our hope that we can aid Mimasians and Russians alike in their native tounge.
The Royal Governments last act in 2017 was to
open diplomatic relations with the Principality of NorAuthwik and their head of state Nathaniel von Hanover-Lausenburg. NorAuthwik share Mimas’ devotion to Human Rights and equal rights.
In honor of this event and as a gift, His Royal Highness Christoph II was created Duke of Normtuas in the Principality of NorAuthwik. This gracious gift was received with much joy at the Malmö Headquarters and His Royal Highness granted the Mimasian Duchy of Monte Malum to the co-regents of NorAuthwik.
”It is with great joy that we now declare that Mimas has finally established official relations with the Principality of NorAuthwik and it is Our deepest hope that our two nations will prosper together.” – HRH Archduke Christoph II
The Archducal Office
The Archduchy of Mimas signed the “Micronational Declaration on Ecological Stewardship”
His Royal Highness Archduke Christoph II signed the charter of “Micronational Declaration on Ecological Stewardship” last week. The ecological charter, with guidelines which signed nations will follow, was created by the nation of Flandrensis.
If you’d like to read the version with HRH’s signature the charter will be attached below.
2017 Micronational Declaration on Ecological Stewardship (1)
His Royal Highness is spending the weekend at Lady Rudh’s grounds on the island of Blidö.
Good company, warm weather and cooling waters fill the weekend with joy and relaxation.
His Royal Highness sends his well wishes to all of you.
The Royal Visit to Budapest in June
HRH Archduke Christoph II, Her Excellency Minister-President Frerona and Most Honorable Lord Chamberlain Andersson visited Budapest in June. The visit was focused on Central European history and culture.
Over the Archduke’s birthday the Royal Government gave His Royal Highness a trip to Budapest as a birthday gift: ”His Royal Highness, with a degree in History and Education, is especially interested in countries with a less famous history than the major western macronations. Therefore a visit to Budapest and its fascinating culture and history was an obvious gift.” – MP Frerona