Security Council Resolution # 198
A resolution to strike down Delegate-imposed barriers to free entry in a region.
The Security Council:
Observing that The Arab League was recently invaded by Nazi Europa and that Hatay has been replaced by an invader Delegate that has suppressed regional self-determination and forcibly closed embassies with other regions that were chosen by the native population;
Noting that The Arab League has been a proudly anti-fascist region, maintaining an embassy with Antifa, and that invading forces have acknowledged the region's anti-fascist history to rationalize their unjust invasion;
Recalling that Nazi Europa has a history of permanently conquering regions they invade by barring free entry through the use of impenetrable border control measures, and that the invader Delegate has initiated embassy construction between The Arab League and other regions Nazi Europa has conquered in this manner, indicating that they intend to permanently conquer The Arab League; and
Asserting that the regions and nations of the world should do everything in their power to see The Arab League liberated from Nazi Europa's invading forces, and should act to ensure that The Arab League cannot be easily conquered through the imposition of border control measures the invader Delegate is likely to use in the near future;
Hereby Liberates The Arab League.
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