The Federation of Royal Maya, a new nation in the Caribbean, today announced that it was sending representatives to the United Nations General Assembly to continue discussions with member nations around refugee opportunities on the islands.
The nation has been working closely with neighboring Caribbean countries, the United Nations, and other countries to create opportunities for refugees on the islands. Their vision is to create a fresh start, with sustainable living, educational, and economic advantages for refugees worldwide.
“There are more than 65 million refugees across the globe,” says HM King Phillip, ruling monarch of the Federation of Royal Maya. “If we can help even a small percentage of them, we can, literally, change the world.”
The Federation of Royal Maya, whose U.N. membership is currently being processed, expects to attend the 74 th Session of the General Assembly as a guest of another member nation. This year, the UNGA74’s sessions include a high-level forum on Sustainable Development, a dialog on financing development, and meeting on small island developing States.
As many nations are not aware of the Federation of Royal Maya, HM King Phillip also posted a new video introducing the nation and their goals to aid refugees.
You can view that video at:
For more information on the Federation of Royal Maya, visit https://www.frmgov.org
About the Federation of Royal Maya:
The Federation of Royal Maya is a Caribbean Island nation consisting of 3 unique islands. Their goal is to create a sustainable community that offers educational and economic advantages to its citizens and refugees. The Federation of Royal Maya is currently working with various entities and countries to build that dream now.
Company Name: The Federation of Royal Maya
Contact Person: Keith Tully, Senior Advisor to the King
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Phone: 800-854-1925 x100
Country: United States