by Max Barry

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Region: Geopolity

           Кремль - The Kremlin 

Presidium of the Supreme Soviet: The Question over Azerbaijan

Moscow The afternoons in Moscow are quite romantic, specially during summer. Summers were the opportunity for many to get a much needed relief from the Russian winter, for couples to go out on picnics, and for the Kremlin to bustle with activity. This last part, however, was not exclusive for the summers.

An urgent video call was scheduled by UAN Delegate Vladimir Federov. Foreign Minister Viktor Sokolov and Defense Minister Sergei Malinovsky, both members of the Presidium, were in the video call. Because of the importance, the video call was encrypted in order to preserve classified information.

    Federov: Comrades! Our delegation is struggling in the UAN. We do not expect to win any of the following votes and we are currently being questioned about the mobilization of troops near Azerbaijan. I'm not entirely sure how to proceed and seek the next orders from the Presidium.

    Sokolov: Comrade, your Delegation's work at the UAN has been exemplary and heroic. Despite the UAN's obvious monopoly over the body's vote, you have shown resiliency and courage in the face of imperialist oppression. You must continue to engage with the Eurasian Regime - it is imperative that you do.

    Federov: But what about the satellite imagery? How can we possibly explain that to the body?

    Malinovsky: The satellite imagery was to be expected sooner or later. Amassing such a force without the eyes of others noticing is virtually impossible. You should dismiss it as scheduled military training exercises in the Caspian Region - nothing to worry about just a conventional military operation.

    Federov: But what if they don't buy it? I'm not sure how long we can hold that argument before the body begins to grow impatient.

    Sokolov: Your work at the UAN has been important. To fabricate a crisis with Eurasia and distract the world while the Red Army is ready to invade - that was the goal from the very beginning. Who in their right mind thinks we are going to attack Eurasia? With Winter approaching? Sokolov laughs
    As Sokolov speaks he nods at Malinovsky Your current goal is just to buy time so that the Defense Ministry is ready... Continue to filibuster the process with more amendments and more votes.

    Federov: That's understandable but perhaps the debates at the UAN, the Presidiu-

    Sokolov: Comrade, the Presidium has decided. The UAN does not govern this country, the Presidium does. Azerbaijan will fall tonight.

    Malinovsky: And the Red Army will be ready to catch it..and save it from chaos.

The discussed went over the future diplomatic strategies related to the Eurasian Question and the current votes that are logged at the body's poll system. As the call continued, the Soviet Defense Ministry mobilized the cyber capabilities of the country in order to coordinate with the Red Army. Everything was beginning to fall into place so that the Question over Azerbaijan would not be answered by diplomacy but by might.

CCCP- wrote:
          ~~ Министерство обороны СССР ~~

Cyberwarfare Forces: Completion of the Syktyvkar Supercomputing Center and Military Base

          ~~ Министерство обороны СССР ~~

Cyberwarfare Forces: Beginning of Cyber Attacks against Azerbaijani Infrastructure

Syktyvkar On the other side of the country, near the Arctic Circle, a military base unlike any other was bustling with activity like never seen before in the calm, little city. Within the military base, the Soviet Defense Ministry had secretly ordered the mobilization of the Arditi (Ардити), the Cyber Special Forces of the Soviet Union. Their mission was simple: To begin sabotage operations against telecommunication infrastructure in the country, more specifically radio signals and radar coverage. Likewise, the Arditi would focus on taking down internet access across the country by targeting distribution systems and servers.

As the Arditi continue their work, the Ministry will remain in constant communication with the Red Army divisions that were mobilized in the outskirts of Derbent, near the Azerbaijani-Soviet Border. The current operation was filled with complex logistics and careful planning - The world's first use of cyber capabilities within a larger military operation.