What's up y'all, Mama JJ is back in the Commission.
I would like to begin by thankin' all you's who put yo faith and trust in me. It is an honour to be re-elected in office and I thank all y'all who supported me. It has been years since the Commissioner for Defence 'n Peacekeeping has played an effective and active role in the European Union and I hope to change this. The European Union needs a strong Defence 'n Peacekeeping Commissioner more than ever, as tensions 'n war has divided our region more in recent history than ever before in the past.
I aim to bring stability to this region 'n play an active role in normalizin' relations. It's time that we begin lifting sanctions off one another 'n begin lifting off blockades. It is time we start looking at more peaceful alternatives 'n invite open and free dialogue.
Our ERF is also in a hot mess. Many of our volunteers come from nations no longer in the EU, 'n our current force is largely insufficiently equipped for its current size. We need to reorganize the ERF 'n equip them properly.
My most ambitious goal is to sit down with the leaders of nuclear countries 'n begin a discussion on nuclear arsenal reductions. Before we can move unto such a summit, I want to begin by creating legislation that will immediately suspend 'n ban the production of nuclear weapons throughout the European Union. Expect such legislation soon.
This is going to be tough term, but through dialogue and cooperation, I firmly believe that we can achieve a safer and more harmonious Union.
Commissioner for Defence and Peacekeeping
A Statement by the Commissioner for Defence and Peacekeeping"People of Europe, it has been a pleasure to serve you in the position of Defence Commissioner over what has been almost 5 months. I am pleased to say that this period in our region has been one of the most peaceful for some time , which is why my office has been quieter than expected. It is with great disappointment that we end this commission term with only myself and the Premier still in office however I am pleased to see new powers given to the commission. The lack of commissioners has really hampered our region over the past months, and I have helped where I can in the office of foreign affairs.Over the past months I have worked with international governments to try and solve the issues which have been taking place in the region, which luckily have been few and far between. During the Poretision-Davishirian conflict and the Davishirian-Kalmarian conflicts late last year I worked hard behind the scenes and my negotiations played a key role in the ending of hostilities These issues which . Over the new year period I conducted a review of Europolis security, making European institutions safer and in February I re-opened long closed embassies with two other regions during my work in the foreign affairs office. Before Christmas I also bought nuclear armed states together for discussions regarding the reduction in regional stockpiles.I would like to thank the nations and people of the European Union for electing me to my position and to the Premier for appointing me to this office. It has been a privilege to serve and I am most grateful for the opportunity."
I thank the Commissioner for his kind words, but I think it probably best that I clarify a few points.The first is the issue of armed guards. There will be armed guards stationed on all of the necessary entrances and exits, outside the building, and in the areas where people are being searched and in the non-public areas as has already been said. However, it is important to ensure that our security is not overbearing, and as a result I feel that the measures I have put into place will ensure that the council and commission remain safe and secure whilst also encouraging a friendly atmosphere for those visitors.
Dear CommissionerMy government is in full support of increased security in Europolis. However, we believe that whatever decision is made, the security forces should neither be supplied nor influenced by any one nation or corporation in hopes of preventing widespread corruption in the city.-EU Councillor Mr. Benito Ost