Territory is a compulsory requirement for Statehood. A State should possess a territory, because it cannot be contemplated as a kind of disembodied spirit as Jessup held in his arguments submitted in favour of the admission of Israel of the UN. Therefore, it is enough for Statehood that the territory has a sufficient consistency, even though its boundaries have not yet been accurately delimited. Even so, there is no State without an area of land being generally defined. A nomad State is not possible, but a nomad population is.