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Marijenesport wrote:Hello! I am glad to be here!

Marijenesport is a small but happy and beautiful country located on the sea. We encourage all other peoples to visit our nice country!

Welcome! Would you like us to begin diplomatic relations?

Marijenesport wrote:Anne-Marije Lejanniston is our Prime Minister. She is of the Marijennijen Social Constitution Party, which accounts for 83 seats in the 200-seat Parliament. Her party heads the Democratic Convention Party, which also includes the United Coasts Green Party (32 seats) and the Liberal Progressive Party (22 seats). The DCP Coalition has in total, 137 of the 200 seats in Parliament.

Interesting!

The Argentine Department of State would like to initiate formal diplomatic relations.

Marijenesport wrote:Hello! I am glad to be here!

Marijenesport is a small but happy and beautiful country located on the sea. We encourage all other peoples to visit our nice country!

Welcome to the UNOE! I'm Aressna.

Marijenesport wrote:
Marijenesport is a beautiful seaside nation.

With the Alpes bordering the north, and the Medinienne Sea to the south, and the Sea of Atienne, Marijenesport is a seaside nation.

The capital is Parisijennesport, and the official languages are French, English, Spanish, Gaelic, Portuguese and Italian.

The regions were:

Idrisse (English, French, capital: Ljondrijes)
Irènesport (Gaelic, French, capital: Blinairesport)
Bourdonport (French, capital: Monacoport)
Angeonport (French, capital: Haguenport)
Puerto Galicia (Spanish, French, capital: Barcelonnesport)
Porto Gala (Portuguese, French, capital: Porto Lisboa)
Porta Romana Italija (Italian, French, capital: Porto Roma)
Autricheslande (French, capital: Vijennesport)
Alpesuisses (French, Capital: Génevesport)
Mijalijta (French, capital: Vélette)
Côte d'Abrèz (French, capital: Pjirennesport)
Cirenesport (French, capital: Prajjesport)
Kirenesport (French, capital: Brijennesport)
Miraguenport (French, capital: Bordijennesport Pêteau)

CITIES:


Parisijennesport, Inner Marijenesport


Ljondrijes, Idrisse


Blinairesport, Irènesport


Monacoport, Bourdonport


Haguenport, Angeonport


Barcelonnesport, Puerto Galicia


Porto Lisboa, Porto Gala


Porto Roma, Porta Romana Italija


Vijennesport, Autrichesland


Génevesport, Alpesuisses


Vélette, Mijalijta


Pirijennesport, Côte d'Abrez


Prajjesport, Cirenesport


Brijennesport, Kirenesport


Bordijennesport Pêteau, Miraguenport


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If you have any questions, ask away!

We are interested in beginning diplomatic relations between our two nations. Would you like to exchange mutual embassies? Our capital is Krakow.

To all current and future foreign representatives in Leskya:

Through means yet unknown to us, the entire nation of Leskya has been moved into southern Europe, and our entire history has been, again, unknowingly to us, rewritten. Our experts continue to study and reason this possibly magical occurrence. Rest assured, they will not be relieved of duty until we get to the bottom of this.

Due to the changes in our geography, the consulates and embassies have been moved to equivalent locations. Should any of these locations be not of ideal nature, please re-apply for a relocation, and state which consulate is to be removed.

To all: please remain calm, and we hope our relationship with your nation remains stable, beneficial, and overall of great standing.

Signed,
F. Hamovich (formerly Hansson)
Commissar of Foreign Affairs of the People's Socialist Union of Leskya

(Please check out my updated overview if you're confused!)

Marijenesport wrote:Anne-Marije Lejanniston is our Prime Minister. She is of the Marijennijen Social Constitution Party, which accounts for 83 seats in the 200-seat Parliament. Her party heads the Democratic Convention Party, which also includes the United Coasts Green Party (32 seats) and the Liberal Progressive Party (22 seats). The DCP Coalition has in total, 137 of the 200 seats in Parliament.

Interesting,Would you like to exchange embassies.? Our Capital is in Darmian.

Good morning!

Leskya wrote:To all current and future foreign representatives in Leskya:

Through means yet unknown to us, the entire nation of Leskya has been moved into southern Europe, and our entire history has been, again, unknowingly to us, rewritten. Our experts continue to study and reason this possibly magical occurrence. Rest assured, they will not be relieved of duty until we get to the bottom of this.

Due to the changes in our geography, the consulates and embassies have been moved to equivalent locations. Should any of these locations be not of ideal nature, please re-apply for a relocation, and state which consulate is to be removed.

To all: please remain calm, and we hope our relationship with your nation remains stable, beneficial, and overall of great standing.

Signed,
F. Hamovich (formerly Hansson)
Commissar of Foreign Affairs of the People's Socialist Union of Leskya

(Please check out my updated overview if you're confused!)

Good work! Does that mean that the Argentine embassy will move to Bucharest from Stockholm?

If yes, we would like to open Consulate-Generals in Belgrade, Athens, and Budapest and a consulate in Zagreb.

Leskya wrote:To all current and future foreign representatives in Leskya:

Through means yet unknown to us, the entire nation of Leskya has been moved into southern Europe, and our entire history has been, again, unknowingly to us, rewritten. Our experts continue to study and reason this possibly magical occurrence. Rest assured, they will not be relieved of duty until we get to the bottom of this.

Due to the changes in our geography, the consulates and embassies have been moved to equivalent locations. Should any of these locations be not of ideal nature, please re-apply for a relocation, and state which consulate is to be removed.

To all: please remain calm, and we hope our relationship with your nation remains stable, beneficial, and overall of great standing.

Signed,
F. Hamovich (formerly Hansson)
Commissar of Foreign Affairs of the People's Socialist Union of Leskya

(Please check out my updated overview if you're confused!)

we are not calm.

Argentinstan wrote:Good work! Does that mean that the Argentine embassy will move to Bucharest from Stockholm?

If yes, we would like to open Consulate-Generals in Belgrade, Athens, and Budapest and a consulate in Zagreb.

Yes, your representatives were found safely in their beds in Bucharest this morning.
New embassy rules prohibit nations from owning more than one Consulate-General, however.

Hiram Land wrote:we are not calm.

Sounds like a personal issue. Have you ever considered yoga?

Leskya wrote:Yes, your representatives were found safely in their beds in Bucharest this morning.
New embassy rules prohibit nations from owning more than one Consulate-General, however.

Good to hear. Our Ambassador seemingly has no recollection of ever having been to Stockholm.

Which city has the highest concentration of Argentines or persons of Argentine descent?

Argentinstan wrote:Good to hear. Our Ambassador seemingly has no recollection of ever having been to Stockholm.

Which city has the highest concentration of Argentines or persons of Argentine descent?

Argentine expats in Leskya are mostly on the eastern coast, with the biggest populations in Bulgaria and Romania. There is also a small Muslim Argentine community on the Albanian coast.

The Marijenijen Press Conference Center is open! Direct any policy or info questions to us now, and our government will answer all of them!

Éleanor Muscat has been appointed Ambassador to Marijenesport. She is expected to be confirmed by the Argentine Parliament.

Muscat is an Argentine of Maltese descent, born in the Argentinstan City metropolitan area city of New Eadlyn. She speaks English, French, Spanish, Maltese, and Italian.

Muscat attended the Escuela de español Nueva Eadlyn from grades K-12 and attended the School of International Affairs, Argentinstan City (now François Hollande University), double majoring in Economics and Maltese Studies.

She served in the Department or State of Arg as a political analyst at the embassy in Bucharest, Leskya before for six years and as the Charge d’Affaires at the embassy in Greenfield, HL two years.

Leskya wrote:Argentine expats in Leskya are mostly on the eastern coast, with the biggest populations in Bulgaria and Romania. There is also a small Muslim Argentine community on the Albanian coast.

We wish to open a Consulate-General in Sofia in such case and two consulates in Tirana and Athens.

Marijenesport wrote:The Marijenijen Press Conference Center is open! Direct any policy or info questions to us now, and our government will answer all of them!

What is the political spectrum of your country (such as some internal generalized viewpoints towards policies like abortion, immigration, higher education tuition, and healthcare).

Argentinstan wrote:What is the political spectrum of your country (such as some internal generalized viewpoints towards policies like abortion, immigration, higher education tuition, and healthcare).

We are very liberal! Abortion we view as unfortunate, but necessary for women's reproductive health and body agency. Immigration we view as extremely beneficial, and higher education and healthcare is free for Marijenijen.

Marijenesport wrote:We are very liberal! Abortion we view as unfortunate, but necessary for women's reproductive health and body agency. Immigration we view as extremely beneficial, and higher education and healthcare is free for Marijenijen.

Interesting. Is the government more centralized or is power more delegated to local authorities?

Marijenesport wrote:The Marijenijen Press Conference Center is open! Direct any policy or info questions to us now, and our government will answer all of them!

What is the overall culture of Marijenesport? What are some of its quirks? Is there a deeply hidden dark past, like Vichy France?

Argentinstan wrote:Interesting. Is the government more centralized or is power more delegated to local authorities?

It is more devolved - many of the countries have their own little parliaments to legislate things not legislated by the central government.

Leskya wrote:What is the overall culture of Marijenesport? What are some of its quirks? Is there a deeply hidden dark past, like Vichy France?

The nation is predominantly Catholic Christianity (75%), with the next biggest religion being Judaism (20%), then Protestantism (3%), and others (2%). There is an emphasis on making things beautiful, having fine foods, and spending time outside when you can. There is a huge emphasis on empathy and compassion.

The deeply dark past is from the Dark Times of Marijenesport - when a foreign empire invaded our ports, and laid down discriminatory law targeting religious, sexual, and cultural minorites. Each year, we have a week dedicated to remembering the lives lost then, and the victims of the discriminatory policies of the years 1798-1832.

Proposed legislation:

Ladies and gentlemen of the Parliament of the United Nations of Earthlings.

As a region, we have had our share of longtime members, inactive members, members who have ceased to exist, and members that are no longer with us in our community.

But there is a significant amount of members who we can trust that are no longer with us.

In this piece of legislation, I hereby propose the following:

Allowing any member who was a citizen member of the UNOE at any point to be able to apply for dual citizenship, even if they do not reside currently in the region.

Stipulating that any application must be carefully reviewed without bias or prejudice by the Foreign Ministry and the Ministry or Defense & Security.

Once granted, that any dual citizen shall have the same rights and privileges as a UNOE resident citizen such as the ability to vote in UNOE elections and Parliament, participate in the RMB, and claim a regional map spot while limiting the rights and privileges to the ability to run for a government office or any abilities outside the scope of what gameplay is possible.

Once passed, effective immediately and directing the regional government to immediately set into action a plan that conforms to this piece of legislation.

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Marijenesport wrote:It is more devolved - many of the countries have their own little parliaments to legislate things not legislated by the central government.

Interesting.

OOC: Those are all of the questions I have for now, will let you know if I have any more later! If you have any questions for me or any other nation, please do ask here on the RMB!

Marijenesport wrote:It is more devolved - many of the countries have their own little parliaments to legislate things not legislated by the central government.The nation is predominantly Catholic Christianity (75%), with the next biggest religion being Judaism (20%), then Protestantism (3%), and others (2%). There is an emphasis on making things beautiful, having fine foods, and spending time outside when you can. There is a huge emphasis on empathy and compassion.

The deeply dark past is from the Dark Times of Marijenesport - when a foreign empire invaded our ports, and laid down discriminatory law targeting religious, sexual, and cultural minorites. Each year, we have a week dedicated to remembering the lives lost then, and the victims of the discriminatory policies of the years 1798-1832.

Interesting. What is the nation's attitude towards the Jews? Irl France is having some anti-Semitic issues, and so I'm interested to hear your nation's own situation.

Has anyone tried learning Maltese? I have, quite literally, fallen in love with this language.

Too bad there aren’t as many resources to learn it.

I hope to be able to get into it after I finish my Italian journey and dedicate some time to French.

Leskya wrote:Interesting. What is the nation's attitude towards the Jews? Irl France is having some anti-Semitic issues, and so I'm interested to hear your nation's own situation.

We are not anti-semetic, our nation is very accepting and supportive of all faiths and peoples.

The People's Commissariat of Foreign Affairs has appointed Ambassador Michael Stefanescu as the Leskyan representative to Marijenesport.

Stefanescu is a man, standing at 168cm, and has been previously appointed as a secretary for the permanent delegation in Cruxias. Due to his French-Romanian descent, he has been deemed an appropriate choice for the Ambassadorial post. Stefanescu speaks French, Romanian, and Esperanto.

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