The King’s Council, the body of advisors to King Dwain I, have begun drawing up plans to offer citizenship to Sudanese refugees in UN Protection camps. Applications will be free of charge to such refugees and a government support package is being designed to assist new citizens in dire need of resources to make the move to Bir Tawil. Such support is to include assistance with housing and food, water and medical supplies, with educational facilities for school age children.
The Kingdom of Bir Tawil is calling for men and women to serve in the army of Bir Tawil. The citizenship application fee is waived for applicants to the armed forces of the Kingdom. See more
King Dwain I offers condolences to the Claimed Kingdom of the Yellow Mountain on the death of their claimed King, Sheik Abd al-Ilah bin Abdullah Al Wahib. His Majesty, Dwain I Of Bir Tawil offers the ministers of the Kingdom of the Yellow mountain the opportunity to serve The Kingdom of Bir Tawil in the development of the state. King Dwain acknowledges the good will and intention of the Kingdom of the Yellow Mountain, but stresses that Bir Tawil must be a haven to all those in need, not only the Arab world; Bir Tawil must be a Kingdom in which the Human Race is United.
The Immigration Act 2020 has been amended to include refugees from Yemen amongst those who have priority when applying for citizenship. As a Kingdom of conscience we cannot sit back and watch such suffering effecting so many and not attempt to assist. The Government of Bir Tawil is beseeching the United Nations for urgent funding to assist in absorbing refugees from Yemen into the social fabric of the Kingdom. See more.