As the plane of the Prime Minister of Montenbourg arrives, the stairs are mated to the door of the plane, and a red carpet is prepared in front of it. Redcoat Guards and the Military band line the path of the Prime Minister Bettel. Simon approached Bettel and shook hands with him. As they shook hands, he replied "I am also pleased to see you here Mr. Prime Minister". Then the two walk through the guards and stopped on 2 pedestals. The National Anthem of Montenbourg was played followed by the National Anthem of Reitzmag. The continued towards a car waiting and members of the Reitzmic press approaches the two heads of governments. Then someone asks them "Mr. Prime Minister, what is your stand on the allegations from the solicitor-general of Spain that King George I did something illegal?". Then Simon replied with great calmness:
"That would be truly up to the ECoJ, but I believe that the allegations are not true. If those were to be true, think of what happened last February when there was a communist uprising. Those were supported by the alleged 'UNSR' and would the king even bother to recognize those that tried to destroy his kingdom."
Then they ride the car and bouncers dodged the press trying to get the attention of the two. The motorcade began and brought them to 10 Downing Street where more members of the press are waiting.
Along the way, Simon introduced the country's capital to PM Bettel. They passed by the University of Hampton and many more famous sights in Hampton City.
Then some few moments later, they arrive at 10 Downing Street where a podium waited so that the two could give an address.
Simon went out of the car and walked with PM Bettel to the podium. Then he gave a short address:
"Ladies and gentlemen, this is the most historic moment there would be in the history of the Kingdom of Reitzmag. This summit with the Prime Minister of Montenbourg is an oppportunity for us to open diplomatic relations with them. And I hope that our positive relations would remain together for a long time." then he let's PM Bettel to speak.