His Majesty's Lady President's Office of the Privy Council, Council of State and HM Senate
"Today it has been confirmed that Poretos's international connections are back online after Storm Aldehyde, the worst storm in Poretos's history, HMRNA Logistics Division (His Majesty's Royal Naval Armada) have been working around the clock since yesterday evening when it was deemed safe to leave port and have been able to reconnect 2 of our major communications networks to the rest of the European Union and as the cloud density has reduced satellite communications have been re-established, although we expect further storms and dangerous conditions in the new few days the and the National Office for Weather (NOW) continues to have weather warnings in place across Poretos especially in Costal Areas however current defences are holding place and we have had no new reports of evacuations of damage to property. PEA (Poretos Environment Agency) has currently supported the disaster across the nation and there defences have been a great aid to the defence against this disaster and have greatly reduced the economic costs - however the Senate and Assembly have approved the use of the Emergency Disaster Fund created during the last Assembly under the Social Disaster Act that we brought forward. In the coming days the full scale of the disaster will be revealed however no casualties have been confirmed - however we are unsure how many people have been unable to seek help due to minor medical conditions during this time. However we will continue to work to assess the problem and deal with the situations as they arise. Please continue to work with us as we re-establish communications and don't make unnecessary journey's during this time, however the end is in sight, and we will get through this.