Moldova is relevant in the sense that It's the shittiest country in Europe, and is therefor occasionally used as a reference point and in analogies
My vote goes to Bhutan
The Philippines. Stupid fucking Catholic Asian wetbacks stealing my fucking job having 4 kids.
I wouldn't be able to name it. it's probably somewhere in here
San Marino, even compared to the other Euro micro-states it's practically worthless, and also even the smallest Pacific island nations have some worth as US naval bases or as nice tropical beach getaways
Orange Free State
>Completely Cucked by South Africa.
The nation of Tuvalu has 11,000 people and one road (there are side-streets, but just one road). The road floods sometimes during ocean swells. Thus is life in Tuvalu. Also, it's 90% obese.
Or Lesotho. I vote Lesotho as the more irrelevant country. Its the beta version of orange free state.
Irrelevant doesn't mean bad, Chang. Or did you think that picture was Moldova?
Can Moldova the internet? I'm not sure if they even have wheels over there yet
I have seen Moldova twice.
I have not seen Trans Dniestr, which is a section of Moldova that claims independence, is still unironically Stalinist and is recognized by nobody including Moldova.
Let's be honest, it's one of those Pacific Island nations, or something that does alright so they don't need foreign aid, but are so out of the way no one ever pays attention to them and they literally can't get involved in international affairs. So like Ecuador, or one of the peaceful Africa nations, maybe one of the breakaway Soviet states.
Sovereign Military Order of Malta
Of course not everyone agrees they're an actual sovereign nation since their territory consists of a single building (Palazzo Malta) in Rome and only has three citizens but the Italian government does recognized it as having extraterritoriality and 106 governments do recognize it as a sovereign entity.
They somehow went from being our father to being our autistic little brother. How's it feel for the sun to set so quickly, britfags?