28th April 2018 - 20:52
After Rhamiosa openly criticized Montenbourg's foreign minister,Elizabeth McCord, she has since apologised for her rudeness and has issued a statement. She says,
"I have to apologise to McCord for my rudeness and bluntness. I'll admit I'm a very honest, open and sometimes quite blunt, but I hate to start fights and beef, but sometimes, emotions get the better of me. I don't know what it was but something really rubbed me up the wrong way. I'm sure she didn't mean it, and I'll admit I've been lacking sleep lately, but I realised I should learn that I should probably keep my mouth shut until necessary. I am all about equality and helping each other and, I completely agree with her views and fully support her. So, I hope that we can become faithful allies in the future and I hope we don't have bad blood in the future!"
Rhamiosa has also convinced the Libertese foreign minister Alexander Mackleford, to strengthen ties with the nation on the economic side. Rhamiosa on the other hand is planning to visit Montenbourg's officials (including McCord) and monarchy in an effort to strengthen relations between the countries. Despite a rocky start, Luz de Libertados and St Esther would love to become allies with Montenbourg.
Luz de Libertados Push for Equality Throughout Europe
Luz de Libertados is one of the leading countries in Europe for equality, whether LGBTQ+, gender and race. Luz de Libertados and St Esther was the first countries in Europe to legalise gay marriage, to open their borders and the first female leader was Jorjia Mecanolas (1743-1762), from Luz de Libertados. However, many people in the world don't have these freedoms and basic human rights. Since McCord's push for equality, many Libertese politicians think we should not only try and give Europeans these freedoms, but people worldwide. Libertados hopes to help Montenbourg push for equality worldwide.