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The Yulaa Spectator, while not the oldest news source in Oyus, is the most prominent one. Gaining recognition and popularity much more recently than other domestic news services, the Yulaa Spectator has been ranked as one of the most trusted, respected, and straightforward news outlets. The Spectator is a non-profit, non-governmental entity. Originally limited to just a weekly print, it now has a television network for domestic viewers, one of just three organizations within Oyus to have the capability to broadcast.

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Lili Epol & Oyus' Diplomatic Mission To Begin

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Minister Lili Epol sat at a policymaking forum for the University of Matana earlier this week.

YULAA, OYUS -- This morning, the Office of the Kera reminded the National Congress that it intended to establish substantive, and strong friendly relations with various sovereign states. Merseca Square had recommended several individuals as permanent representatives serving in the role as ambassadors to a variety of nations. Minister of Foreign Relations Lili Epol told reporters that many of the names she personally supported herself and expects that many of them will go through reviews done as more of a formality than anything else. Many of the names recommended and endorsed by Merseca Square are for offices newly created by a Keral Proclamation, which currently lays out vague guidelines. Sources say there is a full expectation that the proclamation has been written so that the National Congress is forced to address this in a formalization path of the proclamation rather than a stand alone Keral law.

The mass appointment of ambassadors to new offices all of a sudden is so that they are able to acclimate and adjust to a position that, until recently, has only ever employed three individuals at a time, and a total of five having served. They would be joining the likes of a vocal and prolific diplomat in Ambassador Kayleigh Hani, the Ambassador to Gallambria. Despite appointment of a great amount of individuals to a greatly expanded field, the Foreign Minister's duties are only to increase and a real workload is anticipated. "This was always a part of the plan. The appointment of the current Minister of Foreign Relations had many questions in her interview process to ensure that the ultimate goal of adding more to their plate was achievable. It was an expectation that we knew her predecessor was not capable of, unfortunately." Eka Lam said this morning.

Epol has already begun making a mark, when the Ministry concurred with the National Congress on the matter of Aluxia, where they declined to choose a side in the civil war in finalizing their review of the Oyusard stance towards Aluxia's imperial government. Humanitarian aid has been promised to the country and is expected to be formally offered soon, while a quickly confirmed appointee settles in to oversee the limited diplomatic mission within Aluxia. Epol has made clear that she intends to be far more outward reaching than any of her predecessors combined. "Outreach to other like minded nations is paramount, I feel." she said to spectators at a forum at the University of Matana earlier this week.

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Over the Horizon: Lam, Epol Visit the Sunset Sea Islands

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Lam spoke earlier this week and this morning on some specifics about the meeting to the Merseca Square Press Corps.

YULAA, OYUS -- In a historic moment for not only the Oyus Matriarchy, but the country's long history, a sitting Oyusard head of state will meet with a major global player today. The delegation is set to include Kera Eka Lam, Foreign Minister Lili Epol, Ambassador to the SSI Tai Lubis, and, most curiously, Ambassador to Gallambria Kayleigh Hani. While no reason has been given as to the presence of the most senior of Ambassadors within the Ministry of Foreign Relations, Merseca Square has stated that it was not that much of a deal. The Lam Administration also named a variety of topics expected to be discussed during this meeting, but conveniently did not acknowledge one of great relevance: the Manamana Canal.

Per an anonymous source in Merseca Square, the Kera hopes to discuss the matter of the canal's construction with the SSI's Prime Minister and potentially involving Oyus. Economists domestic and foreign alike seemed to have universally agreed on one thing regarding the canal: the benefits that the Oyus Matriarchy and people would only reap from its opening. With close proximity to what will likely be an increase of sea traffic, it would be a missed opportunity to remain quiet with regard to the canal. The most conservative of forecasts have only shown positivity.

Merseca Square was quick to point out that the diplomatic initiative taken by Minister Lili Epol is already producing results with this meeting. The Communications Office suggested that more meetings are highly probable with a success in this one, with eyes towards Alharu and Argis. "We think that the meeting with the Sunset Sea Islands will give us momentum to strut across the globe and open up relations with more countries, and even see another wave of ambassador posts created and appointments." the Communications Chief told the Spectator on the steps of the National Congress. While no one specific has been mentioned as to what comes after the SSI meeting, whispers have indicated looking to a closer neighbor such as @Rihan or @Kirvina, or someone further beyond in Alharu like @Variota or @Fulgistan

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