UMMOA claims disappearing islands

The UMMOA has signed three environmental treaties in the past with other micronations: the Great Pacific Garbage Patch Treaty, the Multi-Oceanic Garbage Patch Treaty, and the Space Debris Treaty.

These treaties effectively give the UMMOA, and micronational signatories, legal control over all of the high seas of the world, and even legal control over the space above the Earth’s atmosphere.

Well, since the seas of the world themselves are claiming greater and greater areas of both lowland territories and islands, the UMMOA, with a great suggestion of the Hon. Ilya Pakhomov, has decided to claim an 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23th, and 24th national component. Therefore the UMMOA now claims the following islands: Ghoramara Island (India), Lohachara Island (India), Bedford Island (India), New Moore/South Talpatti (India/Bangladesh), Tebua Tarawa (Kiribati), Bikeman Island (Kiribati) and Abanuea (Kiribati).

More information about these is available at the link below:

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