The Kingdom of Montenbourg - Government Ministries

  • Montague, Strasbourg-. 14 June 2018

    HM Foreign Secretary, Elizabeth McCörd and the office have issued a statement on the passage of June as Europe Pride Month:

    "What a day for human rights in Europe. In the end, we will all be judged by the courage of our hearts and this boys and girls, men and women have put up their voices to be heard. I thank Councillor Granger for her constant courage to speak up and fight for those who need to speak, I thank Inquista and the United Kingdom for their standing up for those who love. And I applaud the leads taken by the government of the State Turkmenbaijan following this historic motion. Love knows no boundaries and isn’t exclusive to any one gender, sexuality, race, religion, age or creed. It’s a freedom that all people should be able to sink into and enjoy every moment of, no matter in what corner of Europe they are. 

    We are open to work to reduce the threat of bullying against young people, including LGBT youth with other governments such as Turkmenbaijan, Inquista, Omnibus, Luz da Libertados and the United Kingdom. And engage with educators and community leaders across Europe to reduce violence and discrimination in schools. To help dispel the myth that LGBT harms nation or has bad connotations, the First Gentleman and I will attend the first pride parade in Europolis hosted by Inquista.  

    The office will also take steps to eliminate discrimination against LGBT inmmigrants in housing programs and to give LGBT the right to visit their loved ones in the hospital, either their country recognize them as spouse or not. We have made clear through executive branch nondiscrimination policies that discrimination on the basis of gender identity under our free trade agreements, in workplaces will not be tolerated. Because we recognize that LGBT rights are human rights, this office stands with advocates of equality around Europe in leading the fight against pernicious laws targeting LGBT persons and malicious attempts to exclude LGBT organizations from full participation in the european system. We will lead a European campaign to ensure "sexual orientation" is included in the European legislation to send the unequivocal message that no matter where it occurs, state-sanctioned killing of gays and lesbians is indefensible. No one should be harmed because of who they are or who they love, and this office, and Montenbourg has mobilized unprecedented public commitments from countries around the world to join in the fight against hate and homophobia. 

    Thank you Europe and know that Montebourg has your back!"

    Rt. Hon. Elizabeth McCörd 

    Minister of Foreign Affairs

  • Lexington Street. Montague, Strasbourg-. 20 June, 2018

    Statement on World Refugee Day

    The Prime Minister, Xavier Bettel, today issued the following statement on World Refugee Day:

     “On World Refugee Day, we join the global community to recognize people around the world who have been forced to flee their homes. We honour the resilience and strength of refugees and displaced people, acknowledge the profound hardships they face, and stand with them.

    “Each year, thousands are forced to flee conflict, insecurity, and persecution.People who have been driven from their homes face immense loss, barriers, and trauma – both old and new. They carry with them memories, dreams, and hope for a better future. We share a moral responsibility to help them find shelter and start their lives anew – and as Montenbourgians, we know first-hand the contributions they make. Over these months and years, refugees have helped build the strong, open, and prosperous Montenbourg we know today.

    “Montenbourg will not stand idle while hundreds of thousands of people – including Kassian refugees – suffer forced displacement and human rights violations. In response to the work of His Majesty’s Special Envoy to Dromund Kass, the Duchess of Apulia, we will lead on initiatives to promote human rights and improve living conditions of Kassian refugees and those displaced by the conflict in Dromund Kass. We will also support efforts to bring perpetrators of gross human rights violations to account. Guided by our humanitarian spirit, Montenbourg has dedicated $100 million over the next three years to step up its response to this ongoing humanitarian crisis, with a particular emphasis on ensuring that the needs of women, girls and minorities are met. Also we are working with the government of Turkmenbaijan for preventing a possible refugee crisis in the region, for the  assurance of peace between ethnic kyrzbeks and ethnic turkmenbaijanis under the direction of Montenbourg.

     “Women, girls, and other marginalized groups suffer different and disproportionate effects of conflict and displacement – and their empowerment is key to building lasting peace and prosperity. That is why, Montenbourg and partners announced a historic investment of nearly $1.8 billion in education for women and girls in crisis and conflict situations – the largest of its kind ever made. This is about making a real difference in the lives of millions of women girls and minorities, including those growing up in refugee camps. They deserve the chance to learn and get the education they need to reclaim their future and their dreams.

     “Today, I ask Montenbourgians, Europeans and people around the world to stand with refugees, displaced people, and all those who are forced to leave home behind. How we treat the most vulnerable among us defines who we are – as individuals, as countries, and as a global community. Defend and promote the Refugee Protection Act, and let’s choose justice over fear and compassion over division – because to see ourselves in each other, all we have to do is look.”

    Hon. Xävier Bettel,

    Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Montenbourg (Stätsminister Möntenboürg)

  • Montague, Strasbourg-. 20 June 2018

    HM Foreign Minister, Elizabeth McCörd and the office have issued a statement on the issue of Turkmenbaijan and the declarations of the Government of Australia:

    "We are one-hundred-percent open to discuss these issues. But they aren't right now any troops deploy or any mission approved; we understand the need to cease hostility among the ethnic minority of Kyrzbek people, and we don't want another Kassian Crisis. 

    That's why this still at the table of discussion, as an alternative not a solution. We discussed with the Government of Turkmenbaijan about this situation and we agree that the leaders of the Kyrzbekistan and the government, need to sit at a table to talk. We propose a summit taking the talking points presented by the Government of Australia and reach a solution.

    Let's be clear once again, the enemies of peace have fought the tide of history with terror and violence. We grieve for their victims, and we renew our vow to redeem the sacrifice of those victims. We will defeat those who resort to terror. And we revere the determination of these leaders who will choose peace, who will reject the old habits of hatred and revenge. Because they broke so bravely with the past, the bridges have multiplied -- bridges of communication, of commerce, of understanding. We will not change our policy of putting humanity in front, always."

    Rt. Hon. Elizabeth McCörd 

    Minister of Foreign Affairs

  • Press Release

    Lexington House. Montague, Strasbourg-.22 June, 2018

    The Prime Minister,  Xävier Bettel, today issued the following statement following the “Right to Try” Bill Signing:

    "With the Right to Try law I’m signing today, patients with life-threatening illnesses will finally have access to experimental treatments that could improve or even cure their conditions.  These are experimental treatments and products that have shown great promise, and we weren’t able to use them before.  Now we can use them.  And oftentimes they’re going to be very successful.  It’s an excellent thing."

    "The Right to Try also offers new hope for those who either don’t qualify for clinical trials or who have exhausted all available treatment options.  There were no options, but now you have hope.  You really have hope."

    "Matthew Ugter, who is here with us, is just one example of many Montenbourgian who today has new cause for hope.  Due to the late progression of Matt’s ALS, he doesn’t qualify for any clinical trials in the Kingdom.  He wouldn’t qualify; couldn’t do it.  They tried; he didn’t qualify. Now, with the passage of this bill, Montenbourgians will be able to seek cures right here at home, close to their family and their loved ones.  We are finally giving these wonderful Montenbourgians the right to try.  So important."

    "Now, as I proudly sign — and this is very personal for me.  But as I proudly sign this bill, thousands of terminally ill Montebourgians will finally have the help, the hope, and the fighting chance — and I think it’s going to be better than chance — that they will be cured, that they will be helped, that they’ll be able to be with their families for a long time or maybe just for a longer time.  But we’re able to give them the absolute best, as to what we have at this current moment, at this current second.  And now, we’re going to help a lot of people.  We’re going to help a lot of people.

    "So it’s an honor to be signing this. (The bill is signed.)  (Applause.) So I want to thank — (laughter) — it’s going to be fantastic. Thank you all very much.  This, to me, is very exciting.  And you’re going to see some tremendous results.  We’re going to have some incredible, incredible results. So thank you all for being here.  And all of the people in the audience who have been so helpful, thank you very much.  It’s going to be something very, very special.  Thank you." (Applause.)

  • Montague, Strasbourg-. 25 June 2018

    Following the declarations of the Government of Australia, HM Foreign Minister, Elizabeth McCörd and the office have issued a statement on the situation in Turkmenbaijan:

    "The Kingdom of Montenbourg is  deeply concerned at the escalation of tensions in the districts of Kharabad, Arak and Küran, on the Ýylyznamabad administrative division of the State of Turkmenbaijan. Today, I will set out how the Turkmenbaijan Government under President Constantini is taking steps that are weakening the rules-based order under our Union. Our values, our security, our prosperity, and our very way of life are tied to this order. And we – and by we, I mean the Kingdom of Montenbourg and our closest partners – must come together to prevent Turkmenbaijan from succeeding targeting minorites. Kyrzbeks are indeed targeted by the Government of Turkmenbaijan, either be in election processes or in no-self determination, and we as a nation that believes in dialogue and commitment, have seen that the State is not granting Kyrzbeks way-out, they are being subject to impositions of order but no further intentions to peace, dialogue and most importantly coexistence. 

    Our efforts of dialogue are on the table, but the self-determination of Kharabad, Arak and Küran that in unity forms part of the Kyrzbek community needs to be given. We join the call of Australia on a referendum on the future of the Kyrzbek region giving a  Kyrzbeks-only vote. The question here is not in Turkmenbaijan government headquarters, but in the real will of the residents of Kharabad, Arak and Küran, which should be determined in real terms, and not as it was wanted by the will of Government politicians. We will not backdown against oppression."

    Rt. Hon. Elizabeth McCörd 

    Minister of Foreign Affairs, Kingdom of Montenbourg.

  • Montague, Strasbourg-. 26 June, 2018

    The Kingdom of Montenbourg under His Majesty's Foreign Office welcomes to the European Union the Empire of Gerussiah, and the Union of Ruthenish Socialist Republics. We extend a warm welcome to your nations. And in the hopes of our countries to work together for a better Europe.

    Rt. Hon. Elizabeth McCörd 

    Minister of Foreign Affairs

  • Montague, Strasbourg-. 27 June, 2018

    The Kingdom of Montenbourg under His Majesty's Foreign Office sees with eyes of hope the latest decision made by the Government of Turkmenbaijan , which we hope it ensures a lasting peace and coexistence between Kyrzbeks and Turkmenbaijanis. We welcome the new district of Kyrzbekistan.

    Under this administration we're planning a visit of His Majesty's Foreign Office to discuss with their Government and local leaders the advances on human rights, specifically under the outright propaganda concerning homosexuality and public expression suspended from their criminal code, an advance which we feel it's excellent towards the advance of human rights in Turkmenbaijan. Also further discussions on future deals in order to promote trade and the protection of human rights in the region. We will stand for progress with any nation that aims to, and Turkmenbaijan is aiming.

    Rt. Hon. Elizabeth McCörd 

    Minister of Foreign Affairs

  • Montague, Strasbourg-. 30 June, 2018

    The Kingdom of Montenbourg under His Majesty's Foreign Office welcomes to the European Union, the re-integration of the Republic of Derecta. We extend a warm welcome-back to your nation. And in the hopes of our countries to work together for a better Europe.

    Rt. Hon. Elizabeth McCörd 

    Minister of Foreign Affairs

  • Montague, Strasbourg-. 8 July, 2018

    The Kingdom of Montenbourg under His Majesty's Foreign Office welcomes to the European Union, the re-integration of the Republic of Kleinhaven. We extend a warm welcome-back to your nation. And in the hopes of our countries to work together for a better Europe.

    Rt. Hon. Elizabeth McCörd 

    Minister of Foreign Affairs

  • Montague, Strasbourg-. 11 July, 2018

    Following the declarations of the Government of Turkmenbaijan on their official communiqué, His Majesty's Foreign Minister, Elizabeth McCörd and the office have issued a statement:

    "I've been in enough political fights in my life to know that sometimes you just have to do the right thing -- and it may work out and it may not. The Kingdom applauds the new Kryzbek Republic under the State Turkmenbaijan. For over months and years the Kryzbeks have lived through a tragic cycle of violence that has cost hundreds of lives. That we understand it has shattered the confidence in the peace-solution-independence process."

    "It has raised questions in some people's minds about whether Kyrzbeks and Turkmenbajanis could ever really live and work together, support each other's peace and prosperity and security. It's been a heartbreaking time for me, too, as Minister of Foreign Affairs taking stances. But we have seen that this is a move forward, the new Kyrzbek Republic of under the State Turkmenbaijan should be the homeland of hope and commitment for both parties. And a landmark of achievement for Europe and Montenbourg excersing our aims to the betterment of the Kyrzbek people." 

    Rt. Hon. Elizabeth McCörd 

    Minister of Foreign Affairs

  • Montague, Strasbourg-. 14 July, 2018

    Following the discussions of the Central Secretariat of the Union of Ruthenish Socialist Republics calls on a new constitution. The Kingdom of Montenbourg under the Foreign Office extends its seeking for a stable, prosperous, and free country for the Ruthenish people with a constitution that reflects this. By exhorting the call of paving the way for political compromise as the key of creating a truthful democracy that values every position and takes unity on its core.

    Rt. Hon. Elizabeth McCörd 

    Minister of Foreign Affairs

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