Current International Status


In line with H.S.H. Immanuel, the Sovereign Prince’s goals, the Princely Government takes pleasure to announce Principality Monte de Agrella’s “current ‘International Diplomatic and Trade Relations’ status”:

UNITED NATIONS ORGANIZATION (“UNO”): Membership in the United Nations: Principality Monte de Agrella, a peace-loving Sovereign and Independent State accepting, willing and adhering to fulfill the obligations contained in the present Charter of the United Nations, has sought to officially accede to Membership in the United Nations (originally filed 31 July 2014).

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Principality Monte de Agrella’s Office of Protocol and Legal and the Ministry of International Relations and Foreign Affairs has in anticipation appointed an accredited Ambassador – ‘Permanent Mission’ to the United Nations in New York, in Geneva, in Vienna and in Nairobi, effective immediately upon the Principality Monte de Agrella being confirmed to Membership in the United Nations, their individual letters of credence ready to be submitted to Secretary General of the United Nations H.E. António Manuel de Oliveira Guterres.

 UNITED NATIONS AFRICA GROUP.01: AFRICAN UNION COMMISSION (“AUC”) AS SECRETARIAT TO THE AFRICAN UNION: Full Recognition;  Full Encouragement and support to seek and accede to Membership in the United Nations; Full signing of a Cooperative Partnership Agreement and Memorandum of Understanding; Invitation as a Special Guest of the Chairperson extended to H.S.H. Immanuel Sovereign Prince, HEAD of STATE and GOVERNMENT of Monte De Agrella to attend as aNon-African “Observer”’ at the sessions of the Executive Council, of Heads of State of the African Union and NEPAD Summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia January 28-30, 2016.

Follow the link below on the internet to the official African Union site gallery of the AU 30 January 2016:
Official African Union Site Gallery AU 30 January 2016

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Under the steward leadership of Her Excellency Dr. Clarice Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Chairperson of the African Union Commission (“AUC”) as secretariat of the African Union (“AU”)(this UN Africa Group: comprised of 54 + 1 African Union Member States and simultaneously 55 United Nations Member States), supported by the “Directeur des Affaires Jurisiques, Bureau du Conseiller Juridique, de Commission de L’Union Africaine, Prof Vincent O Nmehiele, and further supported by the Chief Advisor to the Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Ambassador Baso Sangqu, the Principality Monte de Agrella was fully recognized as a Sovereign and Independent State, 5 January 2016. (Official Gazette RRPMDA 5 January 2016, 2016.1.5.194.0002).

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The African Union Commission Chairperson further encouraged the Reigning Monarch, His Serene Highness Immanuel Sovereign Prince, Head of State and of Government of Principality Monte de Agrella, a peace-loving Sovereign and Independent State, established within the framework and founded on general principles of International Law, to seek and accede, on Principality Monte de Agrella’s behalf, to full Membership in the United Nations Organization.

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In parallel to the African Union Commission’s agreements with the USA, China, India, Turkey, Brazil, Australia, Canada UK, France, Italy and many others, The African Union Commission has entered into a full Cooperative Partnership Agreement and Memorandum of Understanding with Principality Monte de Agrella which was signed, sealed and ratified at the African Union Headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 30 January 2016. (officially published by the African Union Commission under Press Release No. 624/2016, in February 2016).

As a Special Guest of Her Excellency, the Chairperson, a letter of invitation was extended to H.S.H. Immanuel Sovereign Prince 11 January 2016 to attend as a “Non-African ‘Observer’” the sessions of the Executive Council, the Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the African Union and Summit of the NEPAD Heads of State and Government Orientation Committee, 29-31 January 2016 at the Headquarters of the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. H.S.H. Immanuel Sovereign Prince, Head of State and Government of Principality Monte de Agrella was accredited with Non-African status of “Observer”, given a name-plated seat at the “Observer’s” desk next to on the left, H.E. Hon. Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus of the Republic of Turkey; next to on the right H.E. Hon. Prime Minister Kjell Stefan Lofven of the Kingdom of Sweden; and next to on the far right H.E. Hon. President Tomislav Nicolic of the Republic of Serbia, all “Non-African Observers’” in the Nelson Mandela Assembly Hall, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

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 AFRICAN UNION (“AU”): Non-African “Observer” Status Membership: The Principality Monte de Agrella, a peace-loving Sovereign and Independent State accepting, willing and adhering to the aims and objectives of the African Union’s Constitutive Act, and its criteria for Observer Status, sought to accede to full “Non-African Observer Status Membership in the African Union Commission, 1 February 2017. 

Principality Monte de Agrella’s Ministry of International Relations and Foreign Affairs has in anticipation appointed an accredited High Commissioner, an Ambassador and Deputy Ambassador – ‘Permanent Mission’ to the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and in Pretoria, South Africa effective immediately upon Principality Monte de Agrella being confirmed to Non-African Observer Status Membership in the African Union, their individual letters of credence ready to submit to H.E. Moussa Faki Mahamat, Chairperson of the African Union Commission as secretariat of the African Union.

 UNITED NATIONS SPECIALIZED AGENCIES: United Nations Specialized Agencies: The Principality Monte de Agrella has also sought and is currently completing in process, in parallel to UN Membership, to accede to Membership in a number of the United Nations Specialized Agencies principally and particularly: 

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o Food and Agriculture Organization (“FAO”);
o International Civil Aviation Organization (“ICAO”);
o International Criminal Police Organization (“ICPO”)’INTERPOL';
o International Fund for Agricultural Development (“IFAD”);
o International Labour Organization (“ILO”);
o International Maritime Organization (“IMO”);
o International Monetary Fund (“IMF”);
o International Telecommunication Union (“ITU”);
o United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (“UNESCO”);
o United Nations Industrial Development Organization (“UNIDO”);
o Universal Postal Union (“UPU”);
o World Bank Group (“WBG”);
o World Health Organization (“WHO”);
o World Intellectual Property Organization (“WIPO”);
o World Meteorological Organization (“WMO”);
o World Tourism Organization (“UNWTO”);
o World Trade Organization (“WTO”);

 IGO’s: Inter-Governmental Organizations: Principality Monte de Agrella has also sought and is currently in process, in parallel to UN Membership, to accede to Membership and affiliated association to a number of inter-governmental organizations (IGO’s) that promote and advance initiatives that are similarly aligned with those of the Princely Government ranging across all sectors and fields of proprietary expertise, especially and innovatively the alternative blue-green-clean sustainable technologies and their related technologies industries development, including but not limited to, the following: 

o Cooperation of the Parties (“COP21”);
o Global Environment Facility (“GEF”);
o International Atomic Energy Agency (“IAEA”);
o International Narcotics Control Board (“INCB”);
o Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (“IPCC”);
o Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR);
o Office of the High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States (OHRLLS);
o Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (“OPCW”);
o Partnerships in Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia (“PEMSEA”);
o Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD);
o The International Union for Conservation of Nature (“IUCN”);
o United Nations Children’s Fund (“UNICEF”);
o United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (“UNCTAD”);
o United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD);
o United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA);
o United Nations Development Programme (“UNDP”);
o United Nations Environment Programme (“UNEP”);
o United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC);
o United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR);
o United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR);
o United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA);
o United Nations Office of Project Services (“UNOPS”);
o United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

 DIPLOMATIC AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE RELATIONS: Diplomatic and International Relations, Multiple Bilateral Agreements, and Treaties currently in Development: Principality Monte de Agrella has opened SINCE September 2013 dialogue and begun multiple bilateral communicative Diplomatic Relations, Travel, Commerce, Trade and Industry, Specialist fields of Technologies Industries introducing and establishing its Proprietary – ‘Intellectual, Financial and Human Resources’ – Capital, currently with more than 149 Sovereign and Independent UN Member States to date, having advanced relations negotiations from simple Letters of Introduction (“LOI”), primarily in respect of Recognition Reciprocity, to the more complex all-encompassing all inclusive and far reaching socio-economic and politically responsible ‘continuous in development’ Memorandums of Understandings (“MOU”), currently prepared and made ready for signature between the various Heads of State, State Secretaries and Ministers of International Relations, Cooperation and Foreign Affairs, their corresponding Chanceries, Embassies, Ambassadors, Special Envoys, Chambers of Commerce, Travel and Tourism Agencies, Trade and Industry Unions, these timely meetings scheduled as and when called, currently and concurrently liquid and in progress with more than 129 of these Sovereign & Independent States with which the Princely Government is now in closer relations.

 RECOGNITION RECIPROCITY: Today as of the 11 November 2014, a number of International Sovereign UN Member States have officially recognized Principality Monte de Agrella as a Sovereign and Independent State.

 OUR OFFICIAL INTERNATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE PRESENCE: Special International Representative Envoys: Principality Monte de Agrella officially lists its eligible, highly competent and qualified Especially selected and accredited Representatives  nationally at our INTERNATIONAL DESK, AFRICA.01; ASIA PACIFIC.02; GRULAC.03; WEOG.04; EASTERN EU.05; and internationally in the Field, as Special Envoys, Cultural Attaché’s, Plenipotentiaries, General Consulates, Charge d’Affaires, Ambassador’s at-large, as Ambassadors and as High Commissioners with ‘permanent missions’ in the imminent months following each and all of the UN Member Sovereign States signatures being exchanged and ratified activating their Special Missions and or their Office Portfolios Internationally. 

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