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Today marks a historic moment for the Mongol people living in the Cochin-Vaule Protectorate, today is the first day of the People's Republic of Mongolia. Crowds filled the streets of every Mongolian town celebrating their newly found independence, the new flag of the republic was risen over parliament signifying the end of an age where Mongols were not represented in the international community.

Spearheading this new nation is the man being called the new Great Khan of Mongolia, Altan Yanjmma, who for the last few weeks pushed the local leaders into forming what would become the republic. After getting support from the local power structure, Yanjmma traveled to Cochin to appeal for support of a new Mongol nation. After a brief meeting with the Cochin heads of government, Yanjmma returned home with the news that the People's Republic of Mongolia would become a reality.

Within minutes of the republic being formed, Altan Yanjmma was made Prime Minister under the authority of parliament. Yanjmma gave a televised address to his nation to mark the historic day.

"My people, stand tall and proud. Look next to you, see the man or woman standing there he or she is your fellow Mongol. Together we will build a nation that our ancestors could be proud of and our children be forunate enough to be born in. We must strive to suceed in a world consumed in war, greed and the ever present lust for power. We will continue to honor our values and strive to become an active member of the international community." - Prime Minister Altan Yanjmma

While Mongolia rejoices in its independence several skeptics have already arisen showing concern over numerous things, the most prevalent concern is the stricken Mongolian economy. Many Mongols are living in poverty, and many have struggled to make ends meet. Farmers report that for months, bandits have been killing their livestock and attacking their settlements. Yanjmma stated that both issues will be solved as soon as possible, he remarked that the Republican Guard a lightly armed militia force is being trained to clear out the bandits that are harassing farmers and that he will meet with Parliament to discuss how to rebuild the Mongolian economy.

The Prime Minister then went inside the Parliament building ending the televised address to the nation to begin debating with parliament over the economic issues. Outside Parliament people continued to cheer and rejoice, as celebrations continued on with musicans playing and a parade marching through the capital.

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Mongol Parliament Meeting for the first time.

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The Kingdom of Cochin confirms handing over of sovereignty of the Cochin- Vaule Protectorate of Mongolia. Pending confirmation from Serene Republic of Vaule we recognize and welcome the People's Republic of Mongolia.

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"The government of the Serene Republic of Vaule (Serenissima Republika Vauleya) officially extends recognition to the People's Republic of Mongolia and congratulates the people of Mongolia on their renewed independence. We welcome our new neighbors and look forward to having a positive diplomatic relationship with the new Mongolian government.

As is customary, we will begin the withdrawal of our battalion of Peacekeeping forces who were deployed to Mongolia. Our peacekeepers should be completely withdrawn in 20 days."

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Prime Minister Yanjmma extended his utmost gratitude to the leaders of Vaule and Cochin for allowing the Mongol people the opportunity for an independent nation. As the peacekeeping forces of Vaule withdraw, the Mongol Republican Guard struggle to fill in the gap and to uphold security in the more hostile regions.

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