June 12th, 2022


Munich: Formerly classified documents and photos of The Sultan’s March/April trip around the world were released this morning from state’s Ministry of Communications.

Here is a snapshot of The Sultan’s 10-day diplomatic voyage around the world.


The Slowjamastan International Airport has not opened yet, so His Excellency flew out of San Diego, CA, USA. He was invited to join the maiden San Diego to Munich flight on Lufthansa Airlines and was featured in the American media.
In Munich, The Sultan meets with Archduke of Duckionary, the honorable Arthur C. De Tourneau. Duckionary is a micronation located inside Austria. The Archduke and his Minister of Foreign Affairs (who may or may not have been Arthur’s mother) had taken the train into Germany just to meet with His Excellency.
A stop into Israeli-controlled Syria: Golan Heights.
TelAviv, Israel.
Almaty, Kazakhstan. Very nice.
Riding through the plains of Mongolia.


Our Sultan is currently on a mission to see every country in the world – all 193 of them. As of this publication, he’s at 175! 

He will be leaving for Africa later this month to see four new nations.

You may explore The Sultan’s full travel blog HERE. See his missions to places like North Korea, Afghanistan, Somalia and more!

His travel Instragram is @rdub if you’d like to follow along on his road to 193, which is scheduled to be completed in 2023.

The nation wishes The Sultan safe travels!


2018: The Sultan’s 100th country: Iraq.

4 thoughts on “April Diplomatic Mission Re-Cap

  1. O great, illustrious, and Honorable Sultan…

    I have one question for you. As a Sovereign Nation, why do you not have a National Rado station yet?

    Nothing broadcasts the Image, Music and Culture of a Country like a Radio Station!

    It shod be relatively easy (with the right people) to set up an affordable LP FM, or AM station, broadcasting the culture and message of Slowjamistan, far beyond the country’s boundaries, for minimal costs.

    I have some expertise in these areas… and would consider it a worthy cause.

  2. Frank Zappa once said:
    ‘You can’t be a real country unless you have a beer and an airline. It helps if you have some kind of a football team, or some nuclear weapons, but at the very least you need a beer.’

    An arguable point, and I think you should speak to some citizen homebrewers about that… but I would argue that a radio station is nearly as high on the list! Imagine the cultural and musical opportunities to share with listeners, on the road and beyond, from the great country of Slowjamistan!

  3. Your Excellency,

    I humbly ask your Supreme Excellency, while on your quest to visit all 193 countries in the world, kindly vlog every moment you spend in Iran, beginning with Teheran Passport Control.


    Sam B

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