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[u][b]Message to the Kingdom of Cochin[/b][/u]

The People's Republic of Mongolia would like to extend diplomatic relations to Cochin. The Prime Minister has asked for permission to arrive in Cochin to discuss a possible PIAT between the Republic and the Kingdom. We await your answer, thank you for your time.

Signed,

1st Parliament of the PRM
Foreign Minister Yultan Zhao

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We extend an invitation to the People's Republic of Mongolia to visit Cochin City. - Ministry of External Affairs


The Prime Minister of Mongolia on arriving at Cochin International Airport would be welcomed by KP Varma, Minister of External Affairs and would be conducted by a honor guard from 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment onto a convoy of limousines which would then drive up to the Hill Palace. At the Hill Palace as the aides accompanying the Mongolian Prime Minister would be conducted towards the Reception Area, the Prime Minister himself would be led by KP Varma to the King's Office. As he walked through the double doors guarded by two King's Guards Chaver soldiers in traditional livery into the King's Office, the Prime Minister of Mongolia would be greeted by His Highness Kerala Varma, the King of Cochin who would be standing to the left of a large wooden desk and pointing towards a sofa set towards the right of the sun lit room. As the Mongolian Prime Minister made himself comfortable, His Highness Kerala Varma would pour him his choice beverage as KP Varma would sit on a straightback chair to the right and slightly behind the King's own sofa.

"Greetings Prime Minister, I hope you had a safe flight. How is the People's Republic today?" The King would ask.

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"The Republic is doing fine, thank you for asking. I appreciate you allowing me to come and have this meeting with you, I come with basically an offer for our two nations to extend friendly relations with one another via a PIAT (peace, intelligence and aid treaty). I believe such a treaty could thrive since most Mongolian civilans look at Cochin as a former protector, your nations troops once kept rampant criminals from seizing population centers and forced them to barely survive in the unforgiving Mongol countryside where our crackdown wiped them out just a couple of months ago. With that public opinion of the kingdom is quite high, and parliament has been pushing this since our independence but im afraid internal matters and our Zargathian treaty had to come first."

The Prime Minister took a sip from his drink, looking around the room still taking in his surroundings. "This is a very lovely office, I would expect nothing less for the King of Cochin".

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[quote name='Greywall' timestamp='1308786843' post='2738757']
"The Republic is doing fine, thank you for asking. I appreciate you allowing me to come and have this meeting with you, I come with basically an offer for our two nations to extend friendly relations with one another via a PIAT (peace, intelligence and aid treaty). I believe such a treaty could thrive since most Mongolian civilans look at Cochin as a former protector, your nations troops once kept rampant criminals from seizing population centers and forced them to barely survive in the unforgiving Mongol countryside where our crackdown wiped them out just a couple of months ago. With that public opinion of the kingdom is quite high, and parliament has been pushing this since our independence but im afraid internal matters and our Zargathian treaty had to come first."

The Prime Minister took a sip from his drink, looking around the room still taking in his surroundings. "This is a very lovely office, I would expect nothing less for the King of Cochin".
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"People of Mongolia are always brothers to us, as such the honor had always been ours to be able to serve the people of Mongolia in that manner. While we are much interested in formalizing this great history of traditional and cultural amity, there are certain issues for which we need a fair amount of clarification. One such incident that pops into the mind readily is a recent fracas Mongolia had with United Federation of the East and the Greater Korean Federation during a diplomatic standoff between the two East Asian nations. May we understand Mongolian policies regarding UFE and GKF?"

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[quote name='king of cochin' timestamp='1308795668' post='2738865']
"People of Mongolia are always brothers to us, as such the honor had always been ours to be able to serve the people of Mongolia in that manner. While we are much interested in formalizing this great history of traditional and cultural amity, there are certain issues for which we need a fair amount of clarification. One such incident that pops into the mind readily is a recent fracas Mongolia had with United Federation of the East and the Greater Korean Federation during a diplomatic standoff between the two East Asian nations. May we understand Mongolian policies regarding UFE and GKF?"
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"Mongolia currently has cold relations with both the UFE and GKF. Right now myself and the officals in the Ministry of Foreign affairs are trying to prevent anymore 'rash' diplomatic confrontations with the UFE and we actually planned for a diplomatic envoy to Korea but I believe the war has changed that. Right down to the point, the Republic has no plans to make postive relations with the UFE nor negative relations we simply want nothing to very little to do with them."

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[quote name='Greywall' timestamp='1308798348' post='2738887']
"Mongolia currently has cold relations with both the UFE and GKF. Right now myself and the officals in the Ministry of Foreign affairs are trying to prevent anymore 'rash' diplomatic confrontations with the UFE and we actually planned for a diplomatic envoy to Korea but I believe the war has changed that. Right down to the point, the Republic has no plans to make postive relations with the UFE nor negative relations we simply want nothing to very little to do with them."
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United Federation of the East is an ally of Cochin and Korea is a nation with whom we have had warm relations. With Mongolia's diplomacy being as it is right now a Non Aggression Pact would be the better choice with a Preferential Trade Agreement. Any Intelligence pact we sign with you has the possibility of creating a conflict of interests as per our Mutual Defense Pact with UFE. For now the Non Aggression Pact would be best, a treaty that would be subject to upgrading in due time as the diplomatic world thaws a bit more. Is that acceptable to you, Mister Prime Minister?

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"That would be fine, I just need to make a phone call and tell the chairman speaker of the changes im sure he and the rest of parliament will agree on them."

With the King's permission the Prime Minister stepped out of the office for a few minutes and dialed a number on a small cell phone, after 5 minutes the Prime Minister returned putting the phone back in his pocket and sitting back down on the couch. "I apologise for that, but they agree to the Non-Aggression Pact. So are there anymore questions your higness?"

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[quote name='Greywall' timestamp='1308799370' post='2738911']
"That would be fine, I just need to make a phone call and tell the chairman speaker of the changes im sure he and the rest of parliament will agree on them."

With the King's permission the Prime Minister stepped out of the office for a few minutes and dialed a number on a small cell phone, after 5 minutes the Prime Minister returned putting the phone back in his pocket and sitting back down on the couch. "I apologise for that, but they agree to the Non-Aggression Pact. So are there anymore questions your higness?"
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"I believe that must be it. We certainly hope that in the near future our nations may build up on this diplomatic start to cast stronger alliances between us. As a nation of tremendous possibilities, we hope the best for Mongolia," Kerala Varma replied.

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[quote name='king of cochin' timestamp='1308799637' post='2738914']
"I believe that must be it. We certainly hope that in the near future our nations may build up on this diplomatic start to cast stronger alliances between us. As a nation of tremendous possibilities, we hope the best for Mongolia," Kerala Varma replied.
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"Thank you your highness, I too hope for a bright future for both our nations one day. Would you like me to draft the treaty? Or do you want the honor?"

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  • 3 weeks later...

With the fall of Mongolia, Kingdom of Cochin would deploy its forces to re-establish the Cochin Vaule Protectorate over the region. The First Brigade of the Third Airborne Division based at Qiemo would be air deployed to do protectorate duties.

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Just as the first Airborne platoons of the 1/3 Airborne Division were nearing their jump point above the former People's Republic of Mongolia an urgent abort order was received through the Command Communication Network. At the receipt of the abort order the lead aircrafts immediately banked to their port side and the Airborne soldiers who were readying for the jump returned to their jump seats. All the other Metacs of the Regiment stretched for a few kilometers behind the first jump aircraft would follow suit and retrace their flight path over Vaule back to Cochin.

This was no callback from combat duty, but a callback from a period of cordial stay in a friendly region so there were a few grumbles from the soldiers now strapping themselves back in but back at Qiemo, Brigadier General TN Sheshayya, the General Officer Commanding Third Airborne Division, the Marakkar's Airborne, breathed a sigh of relief as any operational deployment, oriented or not meant a few soldiers who were either dead or injured in accidents to whose relatives it would be he who would have to explain the whys and hows. While he did wonder about the rationale between the sudden change of decision to abort the deployment and thus declaration of Cochin Vaule Protectorate Brig. Gen. Sheshayya knew better than to ponder more about it. It must certainly have been a decision chaining all the way up to the National Command Authority, the King of Cochin himself.

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