From Empire of Karnia-Ruthenia
Kingdom of Mieszia
Flag Coat of arms
"Vixit et vincet"
"Vim e Venci"
Anthem: "Eagle's March"
"Royal Anthem"
Official languages Português
Demonym Miesz
Government Regential constitutional monarchy under military occupation
 •  King to be elected
 •  Minister-President to be appointed
Legislature Curia Regis
Independence from Brasil
 •  First talks 2022 
 •  Declared 2022 
 •  Total 0.01 km2
0 sq mi
 •  2022 estimate 1
HDI (2020)Steady 0.763
Currency Brazilian Real (R$)a (BRL)
Time zone BRT (UTC−3)
 •  Summer (DST) BRST (UTC−2)
Date format dd/mm/yyyy
Calling code +55
Internet TLD .mi
a. Mieszia doesn't have an official currency and uses Brazilian Real.

Mieszia, officially the Kingdom of Mieszia or also known more formally as Lands of the Crown of Saint Casimir, is a micronation located in South America, bordered by Brazil.

History[edit | edit source]

Background[edit | edit source]

In late 2020, the Conference of Santiago launched their Conference of Santiago Derivative Program, an effort to support newbie micronationalists in create and/or rule their micronations. The program included the creation and deliver of micronations to new micronationalists within the Brazilian sector, such as have been done to the Hanseatic and Confederate States of Achsen.

Politics[edit | edit source]

Foreign policy[edit | edit source]

The foreign policy consists of non-intervention, self-determination, international cooperation and the peaceful settlement of conflicts. The matter is taked to the Secretary of State for the Interior Affairs, which is appointed by the King, but it is ultimatelly headed by the King himself as the supreme authority on foreign policy as defined by the Fundamental Laws.

The foreign policy is a by-product of the country's microposition as a new and poorly-populated micronation with few government officials. The country relates itself mostly with other micronations at the Brazilian sector. Rhenish foreign policy has generally been based on the principles of multilateralism, peaceful dispute settlement, and non-intervention in the affairs of other countries.

See also[edit | edit source]