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Alright, now that the Arch-Imperium has brought democracy to Hidaya Miliki, our goal is achieved and we are satisfied with the result. Within 3 months, we shall remove all Xheng military advisors and personel from Hidaya Miliki, then to be proclaimed as the Akina Republic.

 

We do not understand why nations are so much against democracy and in support of genocide. With the removal of Mubarak IV, the Akina can flourish and prosper from great trade. We hope that this will motivate the nations of Europa who are against us to see that we intervened to save lives, and not exterminate them.

 

Peace should be the primary motivation, not imperialism.

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It is none of our buisness, to interefere in the national affairs of another nation. Nor is it okay to justify an invasion by force, using demorcacy as a shield against the reprercussions of your actions. There should not even be any troops in Hidaya Miliki in the first place. We find you to be in breach of numerous laws that govern against invasions and imperialistic ambitions. We demand that you withdraw immediately.

 

 

And referring to other nations hell bent on forcing me out of my neutrality, or declaring war on me for having a view that does not condone annexation of any territory, Xheng Coalition or Allied, or otherwise, you can deal with it. This government feels that any war is unjust, and that to go to war to stop a war is vile, but sometimes needed. This does not mean we must be involved, and definitley means that territorial gains are improper, arrogant and Imperialist to boot.

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Presidential Statement

 

The government of the Dominion of Rekamgil categorically denounces the Xheng Arch-Imperium's most dastardly actions. This government, furthermore, wholeheartedly supports the most brave stand taken by the Upper Strathclyde government. Upper Strathclyde's devotion to peace in this most violent and troublesome time should be heralded not only as courageous, but also as right-headed. Strathclyde has taken the high road to peace virtually unsupported throughout this most recent unpleasantness. It is time, therefore, that peace-loving nations stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Upper Strathclyde for what is right and what is in the best interests of all Europa: an end to this inhumane war, an end to Xheng colonialism and imperialism, and an end to sabre-rattling... in short, the restoration of peace.

 

However, this government cannot see any way forward unless the status quo ante bellum is restored. To that end, this government joins Upper Stratclyde in demanding an immediate withdrawal of all Xheng forces from the sovereign nation of Hidaya Miliki. It seems clear that, unless such a withdrawal is effected forthwith, further bloodshed will follow as well as, it is becomeing clear, the utter despoilation of Xheng. Her enemies are circling round and this government, however disgusted it may be with Xheng's aggressive actions, does not wish to see the innocent citizens of Xheng harmed in anyway.

 

Further, this government urges restraint on those nations now encircling Xheng, for the sake of humanity, peace, and order. The Xheng Arch-Imperiam has, at the very least, come to the peace table. We advise the armed nations of Europa to pause, cool off, and immediately engage Xheng in peace talks; for her part, Xheng must however be willing to withdraw its troops or face "trouble".

 

This government does not in any way recognize the so-called "Akina Republic" as it is clearly ruled not from Hidaya Miliki, but from the Xheng capital. This government will never recognize a puppet government.

 

Finally, although we are in absolute, unequivocal, and steadfast agreement with the government of Upper Strathclyde we (owing to our respect of her absolute and righteous NEUTRALITY) do not presume to annouce any kind of alliance... we, like Upper Strathclyde, stand alone (in full sympathy and understanding with like-minded nations) for the time being in denouncing Xheng Imperialism and militarism. However, despite our continuing independence and steadfast commitment to our own freedom of action, will not in anyway tolerate the violation of Upper Stratclyde neutrality. Even in the absence of alliance, we will stand tall next to all neutrals (like ourselves) whose sovereignty is threatened. Any nation invading Upper Strathclyde will find themselves at war with the Dominion of Rekamgil.

 

Of course, we do not wish to be involved in a war, but we cannot IN ANY FORM tolerate the violation of neutral rights; rights which this government holds dear since, in the current war, we wish to remain neutral and wish, above all the restoration of Hidaya Milikan sovereignty and a return to peace.

 

N. Semaj Rekam

President

Dominion of Rekamgil

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To:. N. Semaj Rekam, President, Dominion of Rekamgil and the government of Upper Strathyclyde

From: T'Nith, 1st Minister, Akiiryan Baronic Council, Sublime Principate of Akiiryu.

 

The Sublime Principate of Akiiryu recognises your right to neutrality. It does not, however, recognise Upper Strathyclyde's right to condemn Vanarmabion for officially claiming a chain of volcanic islands whose only inhabitants are Vanarambaion nationals. However, with that said, in the spirit of goodwill and in an attempt to broker peaceful understanding between Upper Strathyclyde and Varanambaion on this issue the Sublime Principate hereby offers to include a discussion on this matter in the soon to open Nimarci Conference. Delegates from both the Dominion of Rekamgil and Upper Strathyclyde are welcome to attend all deliberations to be held at this conference and will be afford all possible honours.

 

T'Nith,

1st Minister,

Akiiryan Baronic Council,

Sublime Principate of Akiiryu

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To: Xheng

 

The peoples and governments of The Sublime Principate of Akiiryu, The Federal Republic of Ide Jima, The Fatherist Federation of Adaptus, The Greater Holy Empire of Tagmatium, The Triumvirate of Scipii, The Holy Confederacy of Vanarambaion and The Allied States of Europtima all decree that no separate peace will be concluded with The Arch-Imperium of the Xheng Dynasty. We all decree that peace can only be concluded with the express wish and agreement of all the members of all the allied states.

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CC: All other nations interested

From: Emakera

 

Here, amongst the children and young teens of Emakera, we have an expression that i feel like saying: "Lol".

Remove the Xheng troops of the former Hidaya Miliki. I will only believe in a truly sovereign Akina if it?s change of power is watched closely by all foreign powers that want a part in this historical moment-- the independence of a nation, and that want peace between all countries.

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To: T'Nith, 1st Minister, Akiiryan Baronic Council, Sublime Principate of Akiiryu

From: DOR Foreign Secretary

CC: Government of Upper Strathyclyde

 

This government is pleased to see that Akiiryu is open to discussion. However, although perhaps semantic, we must object to your government's non-recognition of Upper Strathclyde's RIGHT "to condemn Vanarmabion". Upper Strathclyde, like the Dominion of Rekamgil, reserves the RIGHT to condemn any action deemed antithetical to neutral rights and peace. This government makes a clear distinction between condemning in principle an action is sees as potentially aggressive and contrary to European peace and actions leading to war. Such declarations do not constitute an act of war.

 

Having said that, the Dominion of Rekamgil hails Akiiryu's offer to include discussions on this issue at the upcoming peace talks. There seems, to this government, no reason why Upper Strathclyde and Vanarmabion cannot come to an equitable understanding that respects neutral rights, restores the peace, and reduces tension between these two governments.

 

As for attendence at the Nimarci Conference, our legislative body is currently debating this government's acceptance of your most gracious offer and will tender our reply as soon as possible.

 

Finally, this government sincerely hopes that Sciipi's most recent announcement regarding peace terms is not necessarily a demand for unconditional surrender. The success of the upcoming talks, it seems, would hinge upon the Allied states' willingness to allow Xheng a face-saving withdrawal from Hidaya Miliki; a withdrawal that this government sees as an essential precondition to the restoration of Hidaya Milikan sovereignty and peace.

 

This government thanks Akiiryu for extending what appear to be sensible peace feelers.

 

Respectfully,

DOR Foreign Secretary

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OOC: I should have made it clear The Nimarci conference is not related to peace talks with Xheng...the Allies at his stage have nothing to say to that state. Rather WMD limitations. It also has a side conference relating to a civil war in the north. My bad. Sorry.

 

 

To: DOR Foreign Secretary

From: T'Nith, 1st Minister, Akiiryan Baronic Council, Sublime Principate of Akiiryu

 

The Baronic Council thanks you for your honourable response. Your delegation will be most welcome at Nimarci. Indeed, it is the Barnoc Council's belief you state will have much to offer the conference's discussions about WMD limitations and its attempts to broker a peace in Deltannia.

 

In Relation to Xheng, Xheng's actions from the start of this conflict have demonstrated that it is government is not to trusted. It openly admitted it pushed Europa over the edge to war for its own aims, now it must accept the consequences of such arrogance. To simply accept its requests for peace, now that its war aims have been met would be to affirm its policies and actions. Simply withdrawing its forces from HM will not be enough. Xheng has repeatedly threaten other nations and a withdraw now would simply leave HM under the control of a Xheng sponsered puppet government.

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OOC: My bad too... just noticed the Nimarci Conference thread. At any rate, no prob...

 

Back to character:

 

Statement Revision:

 

Our government is not above the making of mistakes. Although perhaps our mistaking of the purpose of the Nimarci Conference was a diplomatic faux pas, we still nevertheless advise that Xheng be allowed to stage a withdrawal before the combined Allied armies descend upon her citizens. In this vein, this government urges the Arch-Imperium of Xheng to withdraw its forces from Hidaya Miliki as it appears absolutely crystal clear that failure to do so will result in further and unnecessary bloodshed and, also very likely, the clipping of Xheng's military and diplomatic wings for years to come. Xheng, your government WILL lose a good deal of its power internationally (and likely internally) if it succumbs to the overwhelming force now arrayed against it.

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To: From: T'Nith, 1st Minister, Akiiryan Baronic Council, Sublime Principate of Akiiryu

From: DOR Foreign Secretary

 

We thank the Akiiryan government for its response. As the DOR's statements over the past 24 hours should have made plain, this government recognizes Xheng's culpability for upsetting the peace. We feel however, given the distinguished minister from the Sublime Principate of Akiiryu's recent statement, that we must make our position even more clear.

 

While this government has advocated the withdrawal of all Xheng forces from HM, we feel it necessary to state further that once this withdrawal is effected, a democratically sound and corruption-free government must be established under international (regional) auspices. A recent policy statment by this Secretary made it plain that the Dominon of Rekamgil will never tolerate, much less recognize, a puppet government such as that supposedly existing in HM. We will not recognize any government imposed by any outside power in HM in whatever guise Xheng (or any future interfering power) wishes to clothe it. In this respect, this government is in complete agreement with the most illustrious Akirryan minister.

 

Nevertheless, the DOR wishes to make plain also, that it cannot and will not condone an invasion that will undoubtedly result in the deaths of untold numbers of Xhengian citizens, who have the profound misfortune of finding themselves living under a military dictatorship. That is not their fault and they do not deserve to be killed for it. We support any and all efforts to remove Xhengian forces from HM and the establishment of a democratic and free government in that unfortunate nation... any effort, that is, short of a war that will, without doubt, result in the eradication of countless men, women and children. This government emplores the nations of "The Alliance" to show their ultimate wisdom, and to exercise the power that comes with that wisdom, by staying your hands for the time being. Let's let cooler heads prevail.

 

DOR Foreign Secretary

 

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From: The Imperial Stratagem

 

As of this moment, all Xheng miltary forces are pulling out of Hidaya Miliki. The Akina Republic will have to make do with what they have.

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From: Emakera

 

Since the Xheng troops are leaving the Akina Republic, we must say that it?s imperative making peace. The Arch-Imperium of Xheng is trying to redeem itself from it?s actions, so, it would be a criminal action to attack Xheng. The wisest thing to do is to form an international task force, with all interested parts, including the Arch Imperium of Xheng, for protecting and rebuilding Hidaya Miliki, and then, instauring a democratic and sovereign government in said country. There is no need for having such a bloodshed. Doing it would be far worse than Xheng?s invasion of HM. But first, all nations in war with the Arch Imperium must make peace with it, and vice-versa. Our citizens may be mad at our decision, but, we want to have a peace talk with Xheng. Since no shot was fired from our part, and hopefuly, from Xheng?s too, it wouldn?t cost much. All Aliance nations should do this as well.

 

Aldebaran Soares de Almeida

Minister of Foreign Affairs

Rep?blica Popular de Emakera

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To: All Belligerent Nations

From DOR Foreign Secretary

 

Last night this Secretary stated that we would refrain from making further statements regarding the upcoming war. However, this morning's very welcome statement from Aldebaran Soares de Almeida, Minister of Foreign Affairs from the Rep?blica Popular de Emakera begs response.

 

This government is very pleased to see that the Emkaran government has seized ahold of the initative offered by peace loving nations such as our own and Upper Stratchclyde. We emplore all belligerent nations once more to stay your hands. As Xheng forces have now (or seem to have) begun withdrawal Xheng ought not be invaded. This government is immediately willing to put a team on the ground in HM (as part of an international team) to inspect and oversee the establishment of a SOVEREIGN, democratic, and corruption-free government in that beseiged nation. We invite all other nations to take part in this initiative.

 

The recent increase in our military (a military which is designed for peaceful missions such as this) will allow us to make a relevent and useful contribution to this mission of compassion, peace and international understanding.

 

Please, once again, let's let cooler heads prevail.

 

DOR Foreign Secretary

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To: Emakera

From: Vanarambaion

 

According to the Vanarambaion rules of war, no peace negotiations can begin until one side or the other has surrendered.

This is unacceptable. You must stop this war mongering. Xheng troops are pulling out, in an obvious attempt at peace. If there is to be any war now, those who charge into Xheng soil will be the aggressors in our books. We hope this will change your mind.

 

We are pleased to see that Xheng troops have decided to leave HM, and it has renewed our faith in peace. We call on all nations, with thier military en route, or in HM, to stand down.

 

 

 

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To: Akiiryu

From: Upper Strathyclyde

 

 

 

Stating as we did to the previous nation, we will state once more: Any nation, who moves against the Xheng Imperium, will be seen as the clear, and obvious aggressor. Xheng troops have pulled out of HM, and the cause for this "Righteous war" has disappeared. The only reason this government sees for your actions, is a wanton desire for war. We implore you to change your present course of action.

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From: The Baronic Council fo Akiiryu

 

Your comments are noted. While the Baronic Council respects your position and your moral conviction, it respectfully suggests your government examine the history of this crisis and have all the facts before before condemning the Sublime Principate. The Baronic Council makes this request because it is evident that at this moment the your government is lacking in some important pieces of information which may cause it to reconsider its position.

 

Xheng started this war not only by invading HM, but also through repeated threats of military attack against nations that questioned its actions. Moreover, as has been repeatedly pointed out by the Baronic Council and other admininstrations, Xheng has openly admitted that it started this conflict for its own political ends. Other nations, including the Sublime Principate, repeatedly attempted to find a non-violent solution to this conflict. They were blocked at every turning by an increasingly belligerant Xheng government.

 

Xheng's withdraw from HM is not enough to cause the Baronic Council to consider peace because it does nothing to remedy central problem: a regime in Xheng which has little regard for international law or the rights of other states.

 

Just as the schoolyard bully must face the consquences of his or her actions, so must a national bully such as Xheng.

 

The Baronic Council looks forward to further useful discussion with your government in the years ahead.

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Whilst you may feel that way, we note that idle threats are hardly justifiable for a war, and now that all Xheng troops have been removed, the ionly reason to go to war, to us, is those words. If you feel that the loss of human life, is warranted by a few foolish and idle threats, then I fear what an actual threat to your sovereignty would warrant? Nuclear Weapons? Biological Chemical Attacks?

 

 

I do hope that you will once again, reconsider this course.

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To: Upper Strathyclyde

BCC: Akiiryu, Ide Jima

From: Vanarambaion

 

The situation has not changed. Whether or not Xheng has currently pulled it's combat troops out of HM, a puppet government supported militarily by Xheng is in place in HM. No effort has been made to change that on the part of the Xheng imperialists.

 

Aside from this obvious and dangerous oversight on the part of the US, the fact remains that Xheng has neither surrendered, nor asked for an armistice. According to the rules of war of any nation, hostilities remain until one nation or another stands down. That has not happened, and due to the particulars outlined above, would be rejected by the Vanarambaion High Command and Parliament if it were to be offered by Xheng.

 

If you continue to name-call and finger-point the Holy Confederacy or any of its allies, you will be treated as a hostile nation. Vanarambaion has been overly understanding of your objections and statements, a situation that has not existed with other nations in the past in similar situations. Do not abuse this kindness or your country will find itself in the middle of another international incident. Good day.

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From: The Triumvirate of Scipii

 

Your government should keep out of matters which does not concern it. It is us who have had war thrust upon us, not the other way around. The Triumvirate of Scipii have had threats made upon us by Xheng, threats which we do not take kindly at such as being made part of the Imerialist Xheng Empire. We cannot nor will not tolerate such treats upon our sovereignty, we will fight with every once of our strength to remove this threat to our national security.

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To: Vanarambaion

From: Upper Strathyclyde

 

 

 

We realise that you feel strongly, and do recognise that Xheng Forces have not signed an Armistice, and it is also clear that a Puppet Government has been installed, however unlike you, we feel that Diplomatic pressure has obviously worked to remove the military from HM. We see no reason to not believe it can set up an Internationally approved republic in HM.

 

We object to yuor threats and your attempts to "shut us up". We would hope that you would remain open minded of all opinions, no matter how much you dislike them. If you consider us an enemy, you should know that while we are a peace loving people, and value peace above all, we never give up. I should hope your government has wisdom enough to refrain from such declamatory threats in the future.

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To: US

From: The Baronic Council fo Akiiryu

 

Idle threats? No government threatens war idly. A government that did so would have complete disregard for the meaning of the word.

 

Xheng invaded HM and deposed its recognised legal government after making similar threats. The Xheng government supported terrorist organisations in HM while making such threats. Xheng has also in the past, in another attempt to grasp territory, aggressively moved fleets towards other countries lands after being requested to withdraw.

 

Has your government forgotten that Xheng stated it delibrately pushed Europa to war in order to achieve its political aims?

 

If a state is prepared to threaten war in order to achieve its aims, then it must be prepared to accept the consequences of such an act. Xheng is currently facing these consequences.

 

The Baronic Council, it should be stressed, is not making idle threats.

 

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