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Suverinian DMZ Appeal

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TO: All CIS Nations

FROM: Vocenae CIS Adjutant

SUBJECT: Suverinian/Dacvi DMZ Forces

 

As many nations know, the Dacvi Conflict was a violent civil war that divided the former CIS member nation Suverina, and took the life of many civilians caught in the crossfire. After much fighting between troops from both Dacvi and Suverina, the Dominion of Rekamgil and the Sublime Principate of Akiryyu successfully managed to get officials on both the Dacvian side and the Suverinian side to agree to peace talks. After the Dacvi region was liberated with the Dacvi Independance Vote, Rekamgil and Akirryan troops were appointed to maintain a DeMiliterized Zone between Suverina and the independant Dacvi.

 

The Dominion of Rekamgil is a vital part to this alliance, and it's people have weathered many hardships to ensure that peace is maintained in numerous areas around Europa. We, the member nations of the CIS, owe a debt of gratitude to the DOR for maintaining the image of the CIS for these selfless sacrifices.

 

I propose that the CIS vote on relieving the troops in the Dacvi area so that those brave soldiers may return home to their families, while the troops of another CIS nation take their place beside the soldiers of the Sublime Principate. If the Commonwealth nations vote in favor of this proposal, the Imperial Republic of Vocenae will volunteer for the task.

 

-Vocenae CIS Adjutant

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To: Vocenae CIS Adjutant

 

From: Sunry Ytturb, Clan of International Affairs, The Tribal Tribunal, The Union of Socialist Tribes of Europa

 

Subject: RE: Suvernian/Dacvi DMZ Forces

 

We of the Tribelands are well aware of the animosity that exists in this region, despite the outstanding efforts made by the honorable warriors of Rekamgil and our longtime allies and comrades, the Akiiryans. While your government's offer to volunteer to relieve them is admirable, we feel that this simply will not satisfy our concern for the peaceful future and stability of this region.

 

I am honored to inform you that, while the Tribal Tribunal did agree to approve a vote on behalf of the Union for this endeavor, an entire regiment-sized element of our Special Security Force has also volunteered to supplement the operations of both the warriors of your nation and those of the Akiiryans.

 

Understand that this is not meant as an insult to the capabilities of your armed forces, and certainly not those of the Akiiryans, rather we see this as an opportunity to demonstrate the effectiveness of the CIS in peacekeeping operations, and will be honored to support these efforts in these troubling times for the people of Dacvi and Suverina.

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The Suverinian government WILL NOT allow any other nations troops on it's soil. If so it means WAR! - We are outraged that the nation Vocenae would suggest something like that without asking it's former ally. Does or does not The Imperial Republic wish to maintain good relationships with Suverina? We are higly saddened that a nation that we once called 'allies' would do such a thing.

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OOC: I am prepared to open the Davci thread again, provided all behave. S, remember there are a large number of foreign troops already in the DMZ and on Davci soil...are you threatening them? Also I might advise that such a threat is somewhat unwise...keep in mind you're threatening nations from both The Alliance and the CIS here.

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OOC: I was actually thinking of letting slide down more or less, but if you open it let's keep it at a loow profile...

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*Encoded*

 

TO: Suverina

FROM: Vocenae CIS Adjutant

SUBJECT: Suverinian DMZ Appeal

 

The Imperial Council and myself are curious to know just how the Suverinian government gained access to an internal CIS affair being discussed in the capital of the Imperial Republic after being removed from the Commonwealth. Surely such an 'upstanding' nation would not stoop to such levels as petty espionage?

 

I would like to point out that this is merely a vote to see if CIS member nations would be interested in letting Rekamgilian soldiers return home to their families. If this Appeal is approved by all member nations the proposal shall be presented to the governments of Rekamgil, Suverina, Akiiryu and the independant region of Dacvi.

 

If the Appeal fails to garner support in the CIS, the Imperial Republic shall not press the issue any further.

 

-Vocenae CIS Adjutant

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OOC: I guess i am not supposed to write in here anyways withouth getting problems with some admins because of "spying" but I just wanted to suggest something. If Suverina will not allow other troops in the DMZ you could contact my nation as an ex-Suverina ally to replace Rekamgils troops if Suverina aproves this.

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OOC: You can post in the CIS area Italgria, take a look at the three page membership request thread and how it turned into a fairly entertaining squabble about the LT and the Alliance. You'll just have to keep it OOC, unless you request a meeting with the CIS member nations.

 

Suv merely made a tiny mistake in by posting what he did. He did the same thing in the Dacvi thread I believe and it was agreed that he had intercepted a message. Here, however, you've got all the members meeting in the CIS International Headquarters, a secured building, in the middle of my capital city. So my government, along with most, would assume there was some sort of espionage going on, and took proper action. Plus I figured it would interesting to play off a certain animosity between the two nations after how Suv was removed from the CIS after violations to the Charter.

 

 

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To: Vocenae

From: Suverina

 

But your so called "meeting" wasn't exactly held under the most secret forms. Ofcourse Suverina keeps some sources left to know what the their ex-allies are doing.

 

"this is merely a vote to see if CIS member nations would be interested in letting Rekamgilian soldiers return home to their families"

 

What we snapped up is that those soldiers were going to be replaced by other CIS nations soldiers. Is that no so? Still this is a question regarding soldiers on Suverinian soil, then the government of Suverina has to be contacted.

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OOC: I had a better one typed up, but the forum ate it. angry.gif

 

TO: Suverina

FROM: Vocenae CIS Adjutant

 

While this discussion was not held in the utmost secrecy, it is still an internal CIS affair to which your government had no right to intrude upon. Due to the past history between our nations we will overlook this transgression, but should it occur again, there will be no such pardon.

 

Now, this was a discussion to see if any member nations would be interested in relieving Rekamgilian troops, not a cut and dry deal to immediately replace troops in the DMZ. If this Appeal is voted in favor for, your government, along with that of the Sublime Principate of Akiiryu and the Dominion of Rekamgil would be properly informed of all information regarding the Appeal.

 

It would then be up to your three governments to come to an agreement.

 

To repeat, there was no intention on not informing your government if the Appeal is passed. There was no intention to replace Rekamgilian troops without submitting the Appeal to the Sublime Principate and the DoR for their approval. All nations involved or affected by the DMZ would be able to confer upon the proposed troop replacement, and that the CIS, outside of Rekamgil, would not interfere with your discussions.

 

I hope that this eases the fears of your government.

 

-Vocenae CIS Adjutant.

 

 

 

 

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