International Recognition of the Dominion of Melchizedek
The Dominion of Melchizedek is an Ecclesiastical Sovereign Nation State, Which exercises the very right which is inherent in all peoples of all creeds, sects, beliefs and geography which is the path to Peaceful Settlements of Disputes, i.e The Right of Self Determination.
The Peoples of the Dominion of Melchizedek desired independence whereby the former leaders signed a formal Constitution on 7 July 1991, thereby forming a government of the People based upon ecclesiastical and democratic principles. As of 2012 a New Charter has been drafted in order to re-organized the internal Order of the State so that it is more in line with the International Community and the Family of Nations. Formal notices will be drafted and posted on this website shortly.
* Grenada Diplomatic Note No. 459/98 – 14th July 1998.
* The Republic of Cameroon (May 2004) – Treaty of Peace and Recognition.
* The Republic of Burkina Faso (September 2004) – Treaty of Peace and Recognition.
* Malaysia (25th Feb. 1998) Jabatan Imigresen Malaysia – Advises that D.O.M. passport holders do not require entry visa to Malaysia.
* Central African Republic (June 2003) – Treaty of Peace and Recognition.
* Nederlands (Brussels February 1995) Request for Establishing an Embassy
* Philippines (20th October 1997) Office of The President of The Philippines Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor – Resolution No.97-008 – .
* Singapore (January 1998) Entry Visa into Singapore.
* Nigeria(August 2004) Treaty of Peace and Recognition,
* Letter of Intent 2006 (January 2006) Letter of Intent to be admitted to the United Nations under observer status.
* Notice of Accession (October 1997) Notice of Accession to the Convention on Road Traffic.
* Notice of Amendment (December 1997) Notice of Amendment to Notice of Accession to the Convention on Road Travel.
* Notice of Accession ( February 1999) Notice of Accession to:
(1) International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLSA), 1960 and 1974.
(2) International Convention on Load Lines (LL) 1966.
(3) Convention on the International Maritime Satellite Organization (Inmarsat), 1996.
(4) International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution of the Sea by Oil (OilPOL), 1954.
(5) International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973. as
modified by the protocol of 1978 relating thereto (MARPOL 73/78).
(6) International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage ( CLC), 1969.
(7) International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships (TONNAGE), 1969.
* Notice of Accession (July 1999) Notice of Accession to Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties.
* Asian-Pacific Parliamentarians Union 32nd General Assembly and 62nd Council Meeting Endorsement of the DOM as Observer to the APPU by the following represented countries;
Kingdom of Tonga, Tuvalu, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Cook Islands, Kiribati, Republic of Korea, Guam, Northern Marianas Commonwealth, Fiji, Philippines.
Recognition of Passports
The following countries in the past have allowed D.o.M. Members to enter without first obtaining a visa: Seychelles, Sudan, Benin, Sri Lanka, Liechtenstein, Grenada, St. Vincent, Antigua, Dominica, St. Lucia, Trinidad, Mexico, Argentina, Paraguay, Peru, Chile, Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Canada, Fiji. Note: Some also traveled with DoM Diplomatic Passport.
With a Diplomatic Visa: Central African Republic, Nigeria, Philippines, etc.
Visa free: South Africa.
The following countries have written letters stating that the People of the Dominion of Melchizedek may apply for visa permits using their DoM passports. Panama, South Korea, Brunei, Burma, Thailand.
The European Union (E.U.) wrote a letter on behalf of the President of the E.U. to the D.o.M. Minister of European Affairs wherein the letter referred to DoM as an Ecclesiastical State.
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