Togo Eric Duval Sovereign Order of the Ecumenical Knights of Malta, OSJ The world’s most obscure passports revealed
Eric Duval, a major real estate developer, Grand Prior of the false Order, who is assimilated to a sect that pours thousands of euros for corruption (140,000 euros for a socialist elected in France and who has been convicted, and a director of Eric Duval). Eric Duval is not threatened by legal proceedings but by several. The offenses of corruption and money laundering remain unpunished in France. This will soon go back to African presidencies including TOGO. Just look at what’s going to happen. Justice will only be surprised that, after the installation of this false order of malta, real estate companies emerge from the earth as if by magic, that Togolese officials who have received false medals and genuine euros in gifts become partners of these companies. The system is well-oiled, not in the interest of the populations but of the shameless policies to the bone. Eric Duval false marquis (nobleman!), False great prior, false knight, real thug, true future detainee of a French prison. True initiator of a pedophile network? Children, he likes them with all his humanitarian works.
Eric Duval the pedophile with Cape
Eric Duval the pedophile on the right wuith late french Prime Minister of France Bernard Cazeneuve
From the document issued to only a few hundred diplomats to the fanciful creations of micronations: The world’s most obscure passports revealed
- A few hundred Sovereign Military Order of Malta diplomatic passports exist
- And just mere thousands were created for the Principality of New Utopia
- Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus passport allows access to 6 nations
Passing through immigration can be difficult enough at the best of times, let alone with one of these passports.
The world’s rarest passports have been revealed on an internet thread and they include documents issued by the Iroquois government (a Native American confederacy) and officials of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
There’s one, meanwhile, called the Sovereign Military Order of Malta diplomatic passport, that is issued to just a few hundred political officials. Here MailOnline Travel looks at passports that may cause a bit of confusion at the world’s airports.
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The Iroquois League Passport
The Iroquois League passport has been issued to a small amount of confederacy members since at least 1923, but the validity of it has been constantly questioned
The Iroquois League passport has been used successfully and unsuccessfully for international travel over the years, according to a contributor to a thread on Q&A website Quora.
Currently the Iroquois League consists of a confederacy of six American Indian peoples (Mohawk, Oneida, Seneca, Onondaga, Cayuga and Tuscarora) which has around 125,000 members who mainly live in southern Ontario and Quebec and northern New York State.
The yellow passports have been issued since at least 1923, but the validity of it has been constantly questioned.
The governments in the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada have refused to endorse the document as valid document for international travel.
Sovereign Military Order of Malta diplomatic passport
According to a Quora post, there are only a few hundred issues of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta diplomatic passport, making it one of the most rare in the world
The Order is a Catholic organisation that doesn’t control any territory but does have diplomatic relations with 106 states. Pope Francis is pictured here with the Grand Master Of the Sovereign Order in 2015
The Sovereign Military Order of Malta diplomatic passport is one of the rarest in the world, as only a few hundred are ever issued at any given time, according to Quora commenter Uri Granta.
The reddish documents are distributed to members of the Order’s diplomatic missions.
The Order is a Catholic organisation that doesn’t control any territory but does have diplomatic relations with 106 states and several other multilateral organisations such as the UN.
It’s not recognised by the US, UK or New Zealand.
Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus passport
Despite having 300,000 citizens, as of 2014, the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus has a passport that grants its holders access to just six countries – Australia, Pakistan, France, Turkey, USA, and UK
In 2012 there were only 242,862 citizens of Republic of Abkhazia meaning a fairly small amount of the green Republic of Abkhazia passports are in existence
While passport holders in the UK can enjoy the freedom of travelling to 175 countries, there are some that are more restrictive.
Despite having 300,000 citizens, as of 2014, the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus has a passport that grants its holders access to just six countries – Australia, Pakistan, France, Turkey, USA and UK.
If members of the de-facto state wish to gain greater freedom for travel, their options include getting a Turkish passport from the Republic of Turkey or get a Cypriot passport from the Republic of Cyprus.
Passport of Republic of Abkhazia
Abkhazia is a partially recognised state controlled by a separatist government on the eastern coast of the Black Sea.
In 2012 there were only 242,862 citizens of the state meaning a fairly small amount of the green Republic of Abkhazia passports are in existence.
According to Quora user Anton Shulke, the tiny country is recognised by the Russian Federation and a handful of other countries.
Principality of Sealand passport
The head of the unrecognised micronation of Sealand is former soldier Roy Bates, who declared it an independent state in 1966
Sealand is a disused Second World War platform located in international waters six miles off the eastern shores of Britain
This black passport could be one of the least witnessed around the world.
It has been created for the Principality of Sealand – a disused Second World War platform located in international waters six miles off the eastern shores of Britain.
The head of the unrecognised micronation is former soldier Roy Bates, who declared it an independent state in 1966.
He named himself Prince Roy and his wife, Joan, a princess. She passed away this week.
The fort makes money by hosting internet servers and by selling aristocratic titles.
Diplomatic passport of the Principality of New Utopia
There are said to be just a handful of diplomatic passports of the Principality of New Utopia
Another micronation that has a low amount of passports in circulation is the Principality of New Utopia.
According to Quora commenter Ian Sawyer, the Principality of New Utopia was a project started during the 1990s with the aim of building a small independent country run on libertarian lines in international waters in the Caribbean.
Sawyer claims to have been one of the board of governors of the project, which managed to secure preliminary agreement for subsequent diplomatic recognition from Honduras.
He said he left the project in 1999 but said that several thousand ordinary passports were issued to private investors who wished to become citizens, but only a handful of diplomatic versions were ever issued.
THE WORLD’S MOST POWERFUL PASSPORTS REVEALED (AND THE UK AND US BOTH SLIP FROM THE TOP SPOT)
Germany claimed bragging rights this year in an annual ranking of the world’s most powerful passports, while the UK and US each fell multiple spots.
All three countries shared first place in last year’s study, but the UK and US have dropped to third and fourth, respectively, in this year’s list.
German citizens hold the world’s most powerful passport as they can visit 177 countries without a visa, while British travellers can enter 175 and US tourists can travel to 174.
With a maximum attainable score of 218, the visa restriction index by Henley & Partners, a citizenship and planning firm, ranks nations or territories based on the number of countries their citizens can travel to visa-free.
It is based on visa restrictions that were in place on 1 January.
Germany claimed sole possession of first spot this year after three countries lifted visa restrictions for its citizens, edging Sweden, which finished second with visa-free access to 176 countries.
After three consecutive years in first, the UK fell to third and was tied with Finland, France, Italy and Spain with a score of 175, up one from 174 last year.
The US shared fourth spot with Belgium, Denmark and the Netherlands.
As for the world’s least powerful passports, Afghanistan found itself at the bottom of the table with visa-free access to just 25 countries.
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