Security Council Resolution # 494
A resolution to recognize outstanding contribution by a nation or region.
This Security Council,
Knowing that the music of a nation is integral to the intrinsic cultural heritage of that nation, and that all nations hold the music which they have come to know and love as paramount to their cultural identity, for the world would be a drab, dreary, and colorless place if music did not abound in it,
Asserting that the stupendous nation of Kalosia has been a groundbreaking influence in sharing their well-crafted music with the world, enriching the lives of millions through song, dance, and the sacred art of putting on a good show, being heavily involved with the international music community since 2012,
Showcasing Kalosia's participation in the hallowed venues of the WorldVision Song Contest and World Hit Festival, in which Kalosian music has delighted, awed, and inspired the international audience, including:
Kalosias first foray into the WorldVision Song Contest (WV) at the time when the now-famous competition was in its earlier years during the 21st edition, while Kalosia used the exonym of Mediterra, with a strong debut with Leonas "Förajna", beginning a longstanding commitment to WV.
Kalosias entry in World Hit Festival (WHF) 12, the very first time competing under the more fitting name of Kalosia with Anda Kaulharis Benë ja Kañat, a song about the struggle to change and how it affects those around you, notable due to Anda's costume, a dress in the colors of the Kalosian flag, which juxtaposed the eccentric choreography with an ironic sense of formality, adding a degree of humor to the competition that cemented any reference to it as an inside joke within the festival.
During WV 52, hosted in the beautiful city of Langtree, Mercedini, where Kalosia brought the girlband EVE to perform the song Living, a frustratingly catchy and compellingly poignant piece of pop music that sings about what it means to be alive and how remarkable the privilege of being alive is, a tune which would go on to claim a landslide victory in the competition and is widely regarded as one of the best songs Kalosia has brought to the table.
The dazzling entry Kalosia had prepared for WV 42, where Lucia Edin performed the song Goodbye to Yesterday, a showstopping number composed with a full and live orchestra to compliment a melancholic piece about how to move on from the hurt ones experiences and to put them in the past, filled with memorable moments practically made to be quoted for ages to come.
Acknowledging Kalosias times hosting WorldVision, such as their stellar performance in WV 50, where Ruslan Ǧamal opened with the insightful and humorous metacommentary on the nature of WorldVision Who Will Get 12 Points?, exploring the variety of music the competition has seen and all the potential winners, the perfect opening song to match the high-energy competition of that edition, with many battling for the honor of winning the 50th edition of WV,
Celebrating the fact that Kalosia also hosted the centennial edition of WV in the sparkling waterside city of Monterra, an honor that was not taken lightly by the Kalosian delegation to the contest, where Kalosia performed the song Tonight Tonight by Dafne Maranu, a song that focused on the magical night that was the 100th WorldVision song contest, capturing the moments that made the competition so great in the first place,
Revering how Kalosia stepped up to become the Overseer of the WHF, a position that serves to administer the competition and make sure that it remains a fun, fair place for nations to showcase their unique musical culture, which Kalosia held from 2014-2017, implementing, among other things, the drafting room, which would allow contestants to have their songs reviewed thoroughly before presenting them, embodying the ethos of the overseer position and being often considered the greatest to have ever held the post,
Highlighting Kalosias trailblazing work in co-founding the International Broadcasting Association (IBA) alongside Achaean Republic, Britonisea, Malta Comino Gozo, Todlichebujoku and Natanya, which gathers countries that participate in song contests to promote high-quality television for all people to enjoy, an organization which holds vast cultural relevance to this day, networking a fragmented community of music aficionados into an international alliance for all types of broadcasting, and has only been able to do this by persistent and capable management by Kalosia,
Exalting Kalosia as a driving force behind the music world as a whole, showing unprecedented persistence in taking the simple idea of sharing a nations music with the whole world in a fun and entertaining format, and transforming it into a worldwide phenomenon that has built an international community around nothing but the joy of music,
The Security Council Hereby Commends Kalosia.