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On February 24, 1999; the Dominion of Melchizedek submitted to the Secretary General of the United Nations a Notice of Accession to a collection of Conventions from the International Maritime Organization or IMO including the following:
This Diplomatic note from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was a note of further consideration for Diplomatic relations pursuant to additional information and communication from the Dominion of Melchizedek.
This is a Diplomatic Note from the Director of Immigration in Malaysia. Below is the translation of the communique but the original document can be viewed above.
Sir, INQUIRIES REGARDING VISA FOR ENTRY TO MALAYSIA AND OTHER MATTERS FOR PASSPORT HOLDERS OF DOMINION OF MELCHIZEDEK With honor I refer to your letter dated February 17, 1998. 2. The answers to the questions submitted are as follows:- (i) Dominion of Melchizedek passport holders are not subject to a visa for social or business visits not exceeding 1 month. (ii) Citizens of the country concerned can pursue studies in Malaysia subject to the conditions set by the Immigration Department. Thank you. SERVING FOR THE COUNTRY FRIENDLY AND FIRM I who am following orders Nasir Bin Ahmad Visa, Pass and Permit Division b.p Ketus Director of Immigration, Malaysia
This is a Diplomatic Note from the Government of Singapore Immigration Office stating the terms of entry into Singapore without the need for a Visa for Dominion of Melchizedek Passport holders.
Between January 14-16, 1998 the APPU conducted its 62 Council Meeting in Taipei, Republic of China. At that Meeting an endorsement for observer status was summitted on behalf of the Government of the Dominion of Melchizedek.
The Government of the Dominion of Melchizedek is thankful for the Endorsement.