Membership does not involve the renouncement of sovereign status nor does it affect foreign diplomatic relationships of member states worldwide.
Since its establishment the MCA has gained 17 Members and 4 Observer status micronations. Regular communications are currently conducted via a dedicated Discord page.
Lord Watitune of the New Weddington Isles said: “Joining the MCA is a natural progression for our nation, we believe that micronations should have a real impact upon their local communities to be truly relevant, whilst not becoming parochial and engaging positively on the global micronational world stage.
“The Treaty of Canberra which underpins the MCA strongly aligns with our values of peaceful co-operation and resolution of issues, tangible environment activities both on land and in sea, charitable works and supporting community projects (such as the MCA National Clean Up Day and the MCA Christmas Appeal). We look forward to a long and fruitful relationship with our fellow Australian-based states and, in turn, an enhancement of our co-operation with our global friends in the wider micronational world.”