Occoronian Minister for Foreign Affairs Jorge Carranza was looking outside the airplane window, when his assistant suddenly cleared her throat.
"I'm sorry, Minister, but the Corelian Viscount just made a speech. He said Prime Minister Cameron wanted war, and added - and I quote: "We will stand down all forces and importation of nuclear weapons if David Cameron can display a commitment to peace. If he does not he surely is to be judged as a dangerous leader and tyrant". According to Corelia Today, the fleet would be ready to leave for Davishire."
Carranza sighed and turned his head back to the window, when the tablet of his assistant started making a lot of noise.
"I'm sorry, Minister, but Prime Minister Cameron also made a speech. He said he wanted to end this cold war and assured he is ready to talk about peace. Although he also added Davishire will defend itself with its nuclear deterrent. And he's serious, Sir, the forces of the military of Davishire have been incr...
The tablet computer again started making noise and Carranza's assistant continued:
"The Viscount has responded positively to the speech by Prime Minister Cameron, Sir. He cancelled the nuclear deal with Halsberg, and Ministry of Defense of Davishire said - and I quote: "In response to the reduction in stance by OS Corelia half of our nuclear deterrent will be recalled to the sandy island base. We hope other nations reduce their stances also."
"Well, let's hope our meeting will have an equally good end. Thank you, Angelina."
Carranza looked out of the window - again - and saw the ground coming closer very quickly. He looked up and saw that the 'seat belts on' sign was lighted. As a result of all the tension, he seemed to have completely missed the fact the airplane was landing. When he walked to the car - no police, no media, this was a low profile meeting - he was happy this meeting was scheduled in Europolis. Let's hope this neutral territory shall make it easier to have a decent talk, he thought. And a good talk, is more than necessary. In the last days, the word 'nuclear' had been used much more than good for the region, he believed. Let's hope this meeting would have a positive outcome, because - as he suddenly realized - these might be 'The Last Chance Talks'.