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[b]Secure Transmission the UIM[/b]

[quote]"In the interests of building regional diplomatic relations and ensuring regional stability, we in the Union of the Southern Cross would like to offer an invitation to come to Melbourne to discuss future diplomatic relations between our two nations."

[i]Robert Abel[/i]
Governor General of the Union of the Southern Cross[/quote]

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The USC would receive a secure reply from the Union government:

We would be willing to be open to such endeavors. Vice Foreign Minister Jamal Susilo will be on his way shortly after.

[b]SIC:[/b]

So soon after he arrived at Banjarmasin, Susilo was ordered to go to Melbourne, Union of the Southern Cross, for an "important diplomatic meeting."

And so the jetliner lifted off the Union capital once again, heading in the direction of Melbourne.

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[b]Secure Reply to UIM[/b]

"We thank you for sending a representative so fast, and look forward to meeting with our neighbors to the north."

Susilo's plane would receive air clearance straight to Melbourne International Airport, the city itself had not been scarred as badly as Brisbane had by the war, so it had been selected it as a more inviting venue.

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Meeting them on the tarmac, the Governor General of the Union of the Southern Cross, Robert Abel, stood with a pleasant smile. He also had a small delegation accompanying him, and he bowed his head slightly as Susilo stepped down the stairs. He offered his hand to Susilo, with a small nod.

"Mr. Susilo, welcome to the Union of the Southern Cross, I trust your trip over was smooth?"

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Susilo smiled as he shook hands with Robert Abel. "Yes, the trip was smooth." He said in perfect English, albeit with an accent. "It is an honor meeting with you."

OOC: You can skip ahead to the meeting. :3

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The two delegations would be taken into Melbourne to a nice villa overlooking the the bay of Port Philip, the villa and its patio offered some lovely views of the boats bobbing around in the bay. As a variety of food and drinks were set out for both Abel and Susilo, Abel nodded.

"Our country is still rebuilding from this war, and yet another insurrection is looming in Northwest Australia," he chuckled nervously, "And the North American continent appears to be also problematic. Everywhere you look these days, conflict, I am glad that at least two countries can sit down with one another and talk civilly. I have heard that your country has been able to negotiate the Malaysian Peninsula to your sovereignty?"

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Susilo nodded as he sipped his drink. "Yes, I was just telling President Kalla about that before I went here." He said with a chuckle. "The Malaysian people are reunited at last...although the reunification of the Indonesian people will have to wait." He said the last part with a tone of disappointment in his voice.

"But nevertheless, the Union has made progress toward maintaining stability in Southeast Asia, and we intend to keep it up. You have my word that the Union will never let conflict reign in this region. The world, or at least a part of it, had seen enough conflict and war in recent times."

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"We'll definitely see how things play out in Indonesia, I personally and sincerely wish you and your country luck in that venture," nodded Abel, with a polite smile. "I am glad to hear you are as committed to regional security as we are, we hope to maintain that as much as possible. I invited you here to see an agreement through that would maintain solid a relationship between our two nations and ensure regional stability."

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Susilo mulled over this for a moment. "This would be agreeable to the Union, even if it's power projection capacities are rather...limited at this moment. But this would further our relations. Do you have a draft?" He asked as he pulled his special pen from within his suit.

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Abel fished a document from a manila envelope, and presented it to Susilo with a nod.


[quote][b]Preamble:[/b]
Resolved that shared interests between the the nations of The Union of the Southern Cross and the United of Indonesia and Malaysia, the before mentioned hereby commit themselves to the following articles.


[b]Article I: Sovereignty[/b]

The Sovereignty of both nations shall not be questioned or otherwise infringed upon by either. Both nations shall avoid military acts of aggression, espionage, or imposing economic sanctions upon the other when these actions are directed at a signatory of this agreement.


[b]Article II: Mutual Defense[/b]

Both signatories shall recognize an attack on one of the signatories is an attack on the other, and shall provide any requested aid. This obligation is conditional to wars where one of the signatories of the agreement is already in an overall conflict, or may be participating in a coalition that was itself initially defensive and not the aggressor within the war.


[b]Article III: Optional Aggression[/b]

1. Both of the signatories have the option to join in a military campaign or economic sanctions that the other has legally involved itself in, the other signatory may join this war, but is not obligated to do so.

2. In the event of such a policy this article may constitute an independent legal casus belli.


[b]Article IV: Economic & Trade Affairs[/b]

Both of the signatories pledge to lower tariffs and give preferential trade to the other signatory of the pact, and will work to together on issues of mutual economic interest. Should a trade dispute arise, the signatories pledge to create an international panel to investigate the matter.

[b]Article V: Cancellation[/b]

1. Should Article I, Article II, or Article IV be violated by either signatory, the counter signatory may choose to immediately dissolve this pact in its entirety.

2. Should either nation come to decide that they no longer wish to be bound by this pact, it may be cancelled at any point. However its articles will remain in effect for 72 hours after either private or public notification of the activation of Article V.[/quote]

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Susilo scanned over it and noticed something. "My, I didn't know we became the UFE." He said with a cheeky grin, pointing at the typo in the preamble in the draft. "I assume you mean the Union, of course, so I'll sign this. Or would you prefer me to pass this on to the UFE so they can sign it?" He asked jokingly.

OOC: Did you copy and paste from Triyun? Cuz it says the UFE's name in the preamble where its supposed to say the Union. :P

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[quote name='JEDCJT' timestamp='1301202562' post='2677943']
Susilo scanned over it and noticed something. "My, I didn't know we became the UFE." He said with a cheeky grin, pointing at the typo in the preamble in the draft. "I assume you mean the Union, of course, so I'll sign this. Or would you prefer me to pass this on to the UFE so they can sign it?" He asked jokingly.

OOC: Did you copy and paste from Triyun? Cuz it says the UFE's name in the preamble where its supposed to say the Union. :P
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Abel laughed, "My mistake of course, I must have presented you with a draft from our treaty with them." He would take out another form, which was correct.

OOC: I did copy and paste, I changed a lot of the language, but I was doing it at almost 2am last night, so yeah. :P I edited it out.

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Susilo grinned as he scribbled his signature.

[quote]Signed for the [b]Union of Indonesia and Malaysia[/b],
[i]Jamal Susilo, Vice Foreign Minister[/i][/quote]

"It is done. I look forward to our new relations as friends and now allies." He said. "You have my utmost words the Union will defend your country in times of war."

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"Thank you, I look forward to this blossoming friendship, and hope it only continues to grow in the coming time," nodded Abel, scribbling his own signature.

[quote]
For the [b]Union of the Southern Cross,[/b]

Robert Abel
[i]Governor General[/i][/quote]

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