World Association of Non-aligned Countries

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World Association of Non-aligned Countries
Flag of WANC
Headquarters Vesüha, Hurmu Hurmu
Official language(s) Istvanistani
Type Intergovernmental organization
 - Secretary-General TBD
 - Deputy Secretary-General TBD
 - Main assembly Annual Summit
Establishment 1704 AN
Membership 5 member states
Organisation website wanc.mic
Organisation forum N/A

The World Association of Non-aligned Countries was formed in 1704 by Cisamarra, Hurmu, and Sanama. Kildare and Meckelnburgh joined shortly after. The goal of the organisation is to provide a forum for discussion and cooperation between non-aligned nations, defined as nations that are not members of the Raspur Pact or USSO, which is the only membership criteria.

Member nations

Former members


Soon after the the funding of WANC, the syndicalist Democratic Apollonian Republic of Kildare (DARK) declared itself a founding member of the Organization, with the approval of Sanama.

Hurmu disputed these facts, saying that Hurmu has no relations with DARK, and that, moreover, DARK was an unrecognized state. In order for WANC to be completely non-aligned, then a pre-mature recognition of DARK might be implied as an anti-USSO and a pro-RP message, which the Hurmu government was keen to avoid (as it has been wrongfully accused many times of being pro-RP).

Following the Hurmudan protest, it emerged that inexperienced Sanaman diplomats were to blame for an unfortunate misunderstanding regarding the status of Kildare. The possible membership was instead classified as "application received".

Once Kildare was internationally recognised after the dissolution of the Great Apollonian Empire, Kildare was given the honour of hosting the first annual summit of state parties.

It should be noted that Humanist members of the Senatorial Committee for Diplomatic Relations in Hurmu continue to oppose this organisation, including a boycott of its summit system.

In 1705 Meckelnburgh joined the organisation after a majority decision at the 1705 summit in Kildare.

Annual Summits

See also