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To: Sudan Office of International Relations
From: Office of the King of Rohan

Hello,
It seems as bordering nations we still have not gotten together for any sort of diplomacy and I would like that changed. Please contact me as soon as possible. I hope to meet with you soon!

King Wymore

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Rohan air traffic control woul direct the plane to land on strip number 4 of Addis Ababa international airport. Once they had landed they would be brought to the palace by a small convoy. They would be given a quick but scenic trip through the city to show off our improvements. Once at the palace they were brought to a medium sized room with refreshments laid out along a table with couches on either side. King wymore walked out "hello representative it's good to finally meet you!"

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Zakaria Alfarsi would enthusiastically shake King Wymore's hand, a wide grin plastered across his face, "Your Majesty. It is wonderful to meet you as well, especially in such a place as Abyssinia. Such a rich history and culture. I am sure your rule has brought more majesty to such a place."

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"Sudan has only one interest in expansion, and that is the eventual inclusion of South Sudan into the nation. Of course, such an inclusion would have to be entirely voluntary. As for the unfortunate happenings in the Cape, it does make one feel uneasy to know war can happen so suddenly in ones own backyard. Sudan has no plans to become involved in the conflict, but we've opened our doors to refugees." He leaned back and pulled a cigarette from a pack inside his coat, "Do you mind if I smoke?"

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The king smiled "that's great to hear about your expansion plans," the king said as he pulled a document out and passed it over to the representative. The document showed Rohan's plan to annex Eritrea, Somalia, and Kenya. "We" he pointed at the document "as you can read. Plan to expand our empire." He pulled out a second document concerning the standoff in North America and the war between draka and The Cape. "We plan to support The Cape in it's defense of draka"

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"Well, I certainly don't see anything to oppose in those expansion plans. As I said earlier, Sudan has no interest in any expansion of territory with the exception of South Sudan. I would suggest not taking on more than you can chew. The occupation of territory is a social contract between state and civilian. Sudan is far from a democracy, but we have all heard Chancellor Samara speak of the responsibility he holds towards the populace. I hope Rohan is of a similar mindset." He lit his cigarette and took a look at the second document, taking a long pause before speaking again, "Sudan is in no position to support any military actions, and I feel that it's outside of my position to say whether or not a single-state military invention goes with our blessing. But it does bring to mind the idea of a pact. Further aggression against sovereign African states can be deterred with treaties; I'm open to discuss a non-aggression or optional defense pact with Rohan."

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"Not that I can think of. However, as soon as the pact is signed, as a sign of a good faith, Sudan will remove any ground forces from the border which are not tasked with patrol duties. I'm sure you see no problem in reciprocating, should there be any Rohan forces deployed near the border."

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The ambassador's beeper would buzz, and he would politely excuse himself, "It seems my government wishes to speak with me. This shouldn't take long."

 

He would use the secured satellite-phone provided to him by his government to speak with the Chancellor, out in the courtyard. Among the things he was told was the build up of Rohan troops on the border. He would relay what had been told to him by the King back to the Chancellor.

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Mr. Alfarsi would soon return to the room, with a much more solemn look on his face, "Your Majesty, I do not enjoy being made a fool of. I have just been informed by my government that while we were engaged in these peace talks, your nation has positioned a force of substantial size on our border. Such a force could be no less than a prelude to an invasion, unless you wish to convince me that a sane man puts a fully armed and operational field army on the border to catch bandits. These negotiations cannot continue in good faith unless all Rohan soldiers on the Sudanese border are immediately removed."

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OOC: There is some very ambiguous grammar there. Given that most narrative writing is done in the past tense, "after being stationed near the border with Sudan" could be interpreted multiple ways. Either way, the movement of 90,000 soldiers that were not known to be there before is alarming in nature. Whether the IC justification for Sudan's response is a intelligence boondoggle or war hawk commanders reporting an altered view of the ground to the Chancellor, Sudan has still responded to what it saw as a potential threat. The Ambassador is simply responding to what he has been told over the telephone.

 

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With no answer from the King, Ambassador Alfarsi would excuse himself, and return to Sudan unless forcibly stopped.

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