what happens to SAFEX if there becomes a true dispute in the future and one of the two nations decides to claim the liberland area???
Legal experts in both Serbia and Croatia have said that, under international law, Jedlička lacks the right to claim the area, which is currently the subject of a dispute between the two nations. Journalists have been uncertain as to how serious Jedlička is about his claims, with some calling it a publicity stunt.
In an interview with Parlamentní Listy in April 2015, Jedlička claimed that he had received positive reactions for his initiative, mainly from his own party the Party of Free Citizens, for which he was a regional chairman, but also from some members of the Civic Democratic Party and the Pirate Party.
On 20 May 2015 Petr Mach, the leader of the Party of Free Citizens, expressed support for the creation of a state based on ideas of freedom, adding that the Party of Free Citizens wants the Czech Republic to become a similarly free country.
Dominik Stroukal from the Czech-Slovak branch of the Ludwig von Mises Institute wrote: “The escapade succeeded for Vít. The whole world reports about Liberland with words like ‘tax competition’, ‘libertarianism’, etc.”
Goran Vojković, professor of law and columnist from the Croatian news portal Index.hr, described Liberland as a “circus which threatens Croatian territory”, and argued that there was a risk that Croatia’s claim to control land on the other side of the Danube may be weakened by the attention that the Liberland project has drawn to the border dispute.
In 2016, an article in Stratfor summarized the initiative as follows: "Liberland is a curious case because, in principle, none of the actors that could claim control over it seems interested in doing so. But this will probably remain a curiosity with negligible consequences at the international level. For the rest of the world’s disputed territories, violence and diplomacy will remain the main tools to claim ownership.