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To: The Government of Dai-Tōhoku

From: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Ireland

Subj: Invitation to Dublin

 

To whom it may concern,

 

President Leonardo Kennedy and Prime Minister Thomas Whitman have expressed their desire to meet with officials from your great country to discuss topics ranging from economic cooperation, the United Nations, and establishment of permanent diplomatic missions. 

 

Therefore, I humbly invite you to join us in Dublin, our nation's capital, to open dialogue between our two countries and to hopefully foster a new and productive relationship.

 

 

Sincerely,

 

Madam Mary Baron

Minister of Foreign Affairs

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To: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Ireland

From: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Dai-Tōhoku Renpō

Subject: RE:Invitation to Dublin

 

Ms Baron,

 

We feel honoured to have been invited to Dublin and we of course accept your offer. I shall personally travel to Dublin within the coming week, in order to adress the issues outlined, which we too deem important and worthy of discussion. I'm looking forward to our meeting.

 

With regards,

Nakamichi Minoru, Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Dai-Tōhoku

 

A few days later, after making preparations, Nakamichi would board a chartered plane to Ireland.

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Once the diplomatic dispatch was received at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs preparations would be made. The Protective Services Division would be the primary security providers for the Dai-Tōhoku delegation and would coordinate with the Dublin Metropolitan Police Department. Dublin International Airport would be locked down and the delegation's plane would be given priority for landing. Once Nakamichi arrived in Dublin he would be taken to the Presidential Palace for discussions with high ranking government officials. After such talks Nakamichi would be invited to a State Dinner at the Foreign Ministry in their delegation's honor.

 

President Leonardo Kennedy and Foreign Minister Mary Baron would wait at Dublin International Airport for Nakamichi's arrival.

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While the old method of chartering planes had been cheaper, the government had decided to look for a new aircraft to replace the need for chartering aircraft decorated with kawaii bears. For the time being though, the good old Air do aircraft had to make do. After landing, Nakamichi would walk down the stairway to the runway and greet Kennedy and Baron, smiling friendly. "Good Day, Mister Kennedy. Thanks for having me. And Ms. Baron. I'm Nakamichi, we wrote each other, I assume?"

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As the Dai-Tōhoku delegation descended the air stairs, President Leonardo Kennedy would great Prime Minister Nakamichi saying, "It is a great honor to be able to meet you in person Mister Prime Minister." President Kennedy would then introduce Foreign Minister Mary Baron.

 

Minister Baron would greet the Prime Minister saying, "Yes we have communicated before. It is my honor as well to welcome you as the first head of state to visit our amazing country. I hope you enjoy your visit and take some time to enjoy the beautiful landscape and scenery Ireland has to offer."

 

Once the formalities were finished, President Kennedy would lead both delegations to an awaiting motorcade. The motorcade would take the delegations to the Presidential Palace in Dublin to have official meetings. The Council of Ministers would also be there, however due to Prime Minister Thomas Whitman being out of the country, Deputy Prime Minister Mr. Liam Strothers would head the council.

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"I saw already some of it from above and I am truely looking forward to seeing it close-up now that I'm on the ground. Though, of course, business comes first.", Nakamichi replied, smiling, as they entered the motorcade. When they arrived and the Prime Minister got hold of the assembled council he was slightly surprised. Turning to Kennedy he remarked. "To get a greeting from the entire council of ministers... that's quite something." Nakamichi would respectfully bow and introduce himself, before awaiting what the Irish had to say.

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"My government wanted to reassure you that we take our relations with your country seriously and see it as a very important ally."

 

President Leonardo Kennedy would then escort both the Irish and Dai-Tōhoku delegation into a meeting room with a conference table that had several chairs. President Kennedy would then invite everyone to please sit, and would get right down to business.

 

"Mister Prime Minister, I would like to begin our discussions with the possibility of economic cooperation. What do you have in mind on this matter?"

 

 

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Nakamichi wondered for a moment, but in the end he'd just take a seat and listen to Kennedy. "While our countries are not really geographically close to each other, we do share the fact that we are island nations and at times, the seas can make large distances much smaller. And in a global economy, I'm sure that providing an entry point to the other to the regional trade could be quite lucrative."

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"The Republic of Ireland has recently opened the Regional Business Center to promote trade and manufacturing. The center is currently used only by domestic entities, however we are looking to expand it to international ones as well. Ireland focuses on services and high-tech industries and dependent on trade, industry and investment. Our economic growth is partly due to a low corporation tax, currently at 12.5% standard rate. My administration strongly believes that free markets and individual achievement are the primary factors behind economic prosperity."

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"While our part of the Japanese nation is more traditional, working in highly-efficient agriculture, modern heavy industry and services, I would think that we can still boast a decent level of high-technology firms. Maybe, there could be ties between our universities to assist our mutual scientific communities. So, if Ireland is interested, we can tie such an agreement with free trade."

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"Very well then, I believe this is a good starting point for our two nations."

 

"Now Mister Prime Minister, I believe you are senior member at the United Nations correct? Ireland is a very new nation to this international organization and we hope that peace may be kept because of it. What current operations and activities does the UN currently participate in? How can Ireland be of its assistance?"

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Nakamichi thought for a moment, before replying. "Indeed, we are one of the early members of the UN and also have a seat in the security council, so one could say we are a senior member. Anyway, the United Nations currently do not have any greater ongoing missions I know of, though this may change in the future. For a country like Ireland, participating in such missions surely is a way to assist. The other is to conduct oneself properly and respect the Charter. I would say, much of the UN is, given it is an organisation encompassing most of the international society, dependant on one's international standing. If Ireland can establish itself as a capable and respected nation, with time the UN will also take Ireland more into consideration when it comes to missions. I would hope that answers the question."

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Non-Aggression Treaty between United Republic of Ireland and Dai-Tōhoku

 

Preamble

 

The two nations of United Republic of Ireland and Dai-Tōhoku [henceforth referred to as signatory parties] hereby come together to conclude a treaty to strengthen their mutual relations and to ascertain each other of their friendly and peaceful intentions. Through the following stipulations, they wish to show their good intentions and wishes for better relations in the future.

 

Article I

 

Both signatory parties denounce the usage of aggressive force against the other party and agree to settle matters whenever possible through the means of peaceful negotiations and compromise.

 

Article II

 

Both signatory parties agree to take measures to ease the visa application processes for citizens of the other signatory party, in order to facilitate increased cultural exchange and thus increase cultural understanding.

 

 

Article III

 

Both signatory parties agree to create the necessary infrastructure for civil cooperation between scientists and to make possible exchanges of data and personal for common benefit.

 

Article IV

 

Both signatory parties may provide economic aid and/or humanitarian assistance in times of national emergency when deemed necessary by the concerned party.

 

Article V

 

This agreement holds indefinitely, but can be cancelled by any of the two signatory parties at any point of time, provided notice has been given to the other signatory party at least 1 year in advance.

 

Signatures

 

For United Republic of Ireland,

 

For Dai-Tōhoku,

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For United Republic of Ireland,

Leonardo Kennedy, Grand Chancellor of the Republic

 

"Well Prime Minister Nakamichi, I believe this is an excellent start to a very important relationship. If there is nothing else you'd like to discuss, I will accompany you to the airport if you would like."

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President Leonardo Kennedy and Foreign Minister Mary Baron would offer their hands to the Japanese delegation. Afterwards, President Kennedy would escort Prime Minister Nakamichi to Dublin International Airport. When the motorcade arrived The President and Prime Minister would post for several more photos and then say their final goodbyes. The Japanese delegation would board the plane and taxi to the runway. Once air traffic control cleared them for take off, the plane would takeoff and fly back to Japan.

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