Conference of Persenburg Medal

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Conference of Persenburg Medal
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Conference of Persenburg Medal
Awarded by Karnia-Ruthenia
Type Commemorative medal
Eligibility 14 - 18 January 2019
Awarded for Participation in the Conference of Persenburg
Status Obsolete
Statistics
Established 17 January 2019
First awarded 18 January 2019
Last awarded 18 January 2019
Distinct
recipients
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Ribbon of the medal

The Conference of Persenburg Medal is a commemorative medal created by the Emperor-King of Karnia-Ruthenia in 2019. The award recognizes those domestic and foreign dignataries who attended the Conference of Persenburg from 14 to 18 January 2019.

Created by the Imperial Decree n. 167-2O19[1], it is said the medal was to "all active members of the Conference of Persenburg will receive this medal as a token of our appreciation to their commitment to the enrichment of micronational activity".

Criteria[edit | edit source]

To receive the Conference of Persenburg Medal, the individual must have participated in the Conference at least in one day of discussions. Only one award of this medal may be authorized for any individual.

Recipients[edit | edit source]

  1. Karniarutheniaflag.png His Serene Highness, Thomas, Prince Karácsony-Maryen
  2. Karniarutheniaflag.png His Royal Highness, Ulli, Duke of Daugavia
  3. Mauricia.png His Grace, Raphael, Count of Goyana
  4. Bandeira Manso.png Her Royal Majesty, Marina, Queen of Manso
  5. Bandeira Manso.png Mr. Igor Oliveira Barros
  6. Bandeira Manso.png Mr. Andre Bossatto
  7. VA Flag.png His Imperial Majesty, Leonardo, Emperor of Villa Alicia
  8. DeltarianFlag.png His Imperial Majesty, Vitor, Kaizer of Deltaria
  9. DeltarianFlag.png His Grace, Heinrich wo Krüscickt, Marquis of Sachzenhousen
  10. Flag German Empire.png His Serene Highness, the Duke of Agram

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