It is generally for each state to determine whether a territorial entity claiming to be a state satisfies the legal criteria of statehood1. If such an entity qualifies as a state in their view, other states may choose to recognise it, by which they indicate that they accept that it is a state and that they intend to deal with it as such for the purposes of international law. Recognition of a state is to be distinguished from entering
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