The ROK History
May 2015 - The Provisional Government of the Corporate Republic of Kha-Nu
July 2015 - Invitation to the Signing of the Declaration of Establishment.
July 2015 - The Declaration of the Establishment of the Corporate Republic of Kha-Nu
May 2016 - Claim on the Territory of Bir Tawil
June 2017 - International Lawyer Advice to Nation of Kha-Nu claim of Bir Tawil and Statehood
2017 - Diplomatic mission to African Union Mission to the US
2018 - Diplomatic mission to Egypt
2018 - Diplomatic mission to U.S. State Department
2021/22 - Letter for Admission of the State to the U.N.
2022 - Government suspends all travel to the Republic (Bir Tawil)
Our claim on Bir Tawil
Bir Tawil Egyptian Arabic: بير طويل, Romanized: Bīr Ṭawīl, lit. 'tall water well', [biːɾ tˤɑˈwiːl]) is a 2,060 km2 (795.4 sq mi) area of land along the border between Egypt and Sudan, which is uninhabited and claimed by neither country. When spoken of in association with the neighboring Halaib Triangle, it is sometimes referred to as the Bir Tawil Triangle, despite the area's quadrilateral shape; the two "triangles" border at a quadripoint.
Its terra nullius status results from a discrepancy between the straight political boundary between Egypt and Sudan established in 1899, and the irregular administrative boundary established in 1902. Egypt asserts the political boundary, and Sudan asserts the administrative boundary, with the result that the Hala'ib Triangle is claimed by both and Bir Tawil by neither. In 2014, Leslie Sapp described Bir Tawil as the only place on Earth that was habitable but was not claimed by any recognized government.
The Republic of Kha has fulfilled all these criteria and principles set out in the Montevideo Convention ever since its inception.
President and founder
Mr. Les "YaKol" Sapp