• RE: Treaty of Finisterre

    Second Konsul Erna Rundström was estactic at the chance to go somewhere overseas, it was her first term as part of the Konsulate, and being able to journey to Spain was in some ways a dream. Though, growing up in the cold mountains near Falkor, she did find the summer heat a tad bit unbearable.

    Rundström was personally the one to convince Archkonsul Nylund on the feasibility of the proposed project, noting it wouldn't supplant the traditional Kroner but would instead completement it in terms of interntional trade. This initial group, barring Icholasen due to its...extraordinary circumstances, was put together due to relatively similar in Strength currencies. Leagio was invited as an observer due to their economy being on track to a state that they could potenitally join the treaty in a few months time.

    "Its Showtime" was the only thought going through Rundström's head as her motorcade pulled into el Castelo de San Carlos.

    posted in Treaty Organisations
  • RE: Reitzmag-Montenbourg Summit

    "Great, I am glad we are coming to some good progress and agreement. Well, I suggest it is time to write up some treaty! Would you like my assistant to write it for us as we continue."

    "Moving on, I'd also like to propose if we can have regular joint military exercises as a way to enhance the skills of both our armed forces. We are ready to supply any military equipment to your need, but of course we can't supply too much especially our very highly advanced equipment. Though, we can offer high quality equipment, just not the very hype ones. Would you like that to be added?"

    posted in Politics and Incidents
  • RE: Reitzmag-Montenbourg Summit

    "I believe what our justices decide on this current accusations."Said the Prime Minister. "Sure, a visa-free agreement valid for 90 days stay sounds good."

    posted in Politics and Incidents
  • RE: Reitzmag-Montenbourg Summit

    "I am glad that you are open for some free trade with us despite the accusations from Spain. We are very open to free trade especially when it comes to our gas, automobile and coal products. And we are very keen when it comes to oil and currently, we get oil from Angleter, the Duxburian Union, or Vayinaod. But with more suppliers comes more opportunities. So I would agree on that."

    "And since we're talking about Free Trade, maybe we should have some Free Travel too if you would like, so what do you say?"

    posted in Politics and Incidents
  • RE: Reitzmag-Montenbourg Summit

    "Nice paintings." He seemed very disturbed. "I understand the current situation with our brother nation Spain is causing tensions in the Union, between what really happened with King George, His Majesty the King and his government seemed worried with the situation and our visit to the nation amid the case in the Court. Also the current situation with Icholasen, and of course the future of our economic relations and your opinion on establishing a Free Trade Agreement between our countries, especifically on Automobile, Oil and Gas."

    posted in Politics and Incidents
  • RE: Eurovoice: You Decide | CBC Three

    DAY 3: RESULTS NIGHT

    Eurovoice: You Decide 2020 Theme Plays

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    And yes, finally we're back here at the National Arena for the final results of Eurovoice: You Decide 2020. And now, for the suspense part...let us invite to our stage Mr. Peter Tansley, CBC Director of Internal Audit, to announce the winner. But before that, let us show our results slowly...and here comes the results for the votes from the Foreign Jury:

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    And wow! It looks like ILIRA is leading this night with 33 points from the judges. And she is followed by Trevor Daniel with 28 points, just 3 points ahead of Charlie Puth with 25 points. And now, for the final score...

    Peter Tansley takes over

    And the winner of Eurovoice: You Decide 2020 who will represent the Kingdom of Reitzmag in Eurovoice 39 in Icholasen. Congratulations to....

    ILIRA!

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    Mr. Tansley gives the trophy to ILIRA

    Well, Congratulations to ILIRA...she is followed by Charlie Puth with 26 points from the public and a grand total of 52 points and Trevor Daniel with 9 points from the public and a grand total of 37 points.

    Thank you so much everyone for being here, see you all at the next season. Goodnight!

    posted in Culture and Sport
  • RE: Reitzmag-Montenbourg Summit

    As PM Bettel finishes his address, Simon takes him into 10 Downing Street and to the office of the Prime Minister. Then he shows to him some very expensive paintings aligned all over the place. Then the two sat down and the close-door meeting began.

    "So, Mr. Bettel, I am very thankful of your visit here. What would you like to talk about?"

    posted in Politics and Incidents
  • RE: Treaty of Finisterre

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    Silas Kligenberg, the Bishop Secretary of the Treasury and Economy, arrived in Finisterre. This was the Bishop Secretary's first international visit in his Secretarial position, and he was looking forward to meeting with his esteemed colleagues from other states.

    While Bishop Secretary Kligenberg was very keen on integrating Inquista's economy with its allies, he had always been openly hesitant and critical about possible monetary integration. In fact, in the leadership election of 2018 between Speaker Edward Firoux and himself, this was a point in which the Secretary Bishop challenged the Speaker. Bishop Secretary Kligenberg positioned himself as a staunch defender of the Inquisto and of complete monetary independence for the country. However, this is a battle the Bishop Secretary must now concede. Within the Secretariat of the Inquistan Orthodox Church, Speaker Firoux has been pushing for monetary integration, and the vast majority of the Reformist bloc is fully onboard, including the Archbishop, who was easily persuaded on the matter. As such, Bishop Secretary Kligenberg remained open-minded on the proposal, and understood the potential of a monetary union.

    The Bishop Secretary admired the surroundings of Finisterre, which was a quaint and beautiful locale. As his motorcade reached el Castelo de San Carlos, Bishop Secretary Kligenberg found himself to be quite struck by small town's unassuming amount of grand history. He always liked visiting little hidden gems like this. The Bishop Secretary stepped out his armoured limousine and was excited to get the meeting underway.

    posted in Treaty Organisations
  • RE: Reitzmag-Montenbourg Summit

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    "(Camera Flashes) Mr. Prime Minister, what a beautiful city and country, we hope to reciprocate some of that warmth today. Even as we remember what makes us unique, Reitzmags and Montenbourgians, we see ourselves in each other. We’re guided by the same values, including our conviction that the blessings we cherish as free people are not gifts to be taken for granted but are precious freedoms that have to be defended anew by every generation. (Applauses)*

    A member of the press asked "What you look forward in this trip"

    The Prime Minister answered "So with this visit, I believe that our Kingdoms can do even more together, even more to promote the trade and economic partnerships that provide good jobs and opportunities for our people. Even more to ensure the security that so many Montenbourgians and Reitzmags count on so that they can live in safety and freedom, promoting the liberal principles of our Union. Even more to protect our children, just as we are currently discussing at European Council the End of Child Marriage in our Union and the celebration of Europe Day. (Applause.)"

    posted in Politics and Incidents
  • RE: Reitzmag-Montenbourg Summit

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    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.

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    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.

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    Then some few moments later, they arrive at 10 Downing Street where a podium waited so that the two could give an address.

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    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.

    posted in Politics and Incidents