Political Risk

Almost 10,000 Syrians have registered to live in a country that might not exist

“Depending on who you ask, the Republic of Liberland either exists or it doesn’t. Czech politician Vit Jedlicka declared it a sovereign state on April 13, claiming approximately 3 square miles of land along the Danube river. The land, sandwiched between Croatia and Serbia, has been disputed for years. No member of the United Nations recognizes Liberland as a sovereign state. After initial bemusement, Croatian authorities have blocked access to the land and detained Jedlicka on multiple occasions.”

Source: Almost 10,000 Syrians have registered to live in a country that might not exist – The Washington Post

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