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[b]To: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ukraine (F.S.S.R.)

Fr: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Zapadnaya[/b]
 
The government of Zapadnaya hereby requests a meeting with representatives of the government of Ukraine to discuss the development of bilateral ties and to discuss the security of the Black Sea. Should the government of Ukraine wish to accept this invitation, then the Zapadnayan Vice President will be dispatched to Kiev as soon as possible.
 

 

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[b]To: The Office of the Premier of Ukraine, FSSR

Fr: The Office of the Presidency of Zapadnaya[/b]
 
We thank you for your prompt reply and acceptance of our meeting request. The Vice President of Zapadnaya, Paskal Vladimirovich Dragomirov has been dispatched and should arrive in Kiev shortly.
 

 

Details of the Vice President’s arrival would be forwarded to the Ukrainians before his departure from Zapadnaya. The Vice President’s Ilyushin Il-62 aircraft would approach Ukrainian airspace and request landing information for the appropriate airport in Kiev.
 
As soon as the aircraft taxied to a halt, Vice President Paskal Dragomirov and his delegation would emerge to greet their Ukrainian hosts. The Vice President would be accompanied by a translator, two diplomats and an aide.
 
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Details of the Vice President’s arrival would be forwarded to the Ukrainians before his departure from Zapadnaya. The Vice President’s Ilyushin Il-62 aircraft would approach Ukrainian airspace and request landing information for the appropriate airport in Kiev.
 
As soon as the aircraft taxied to a halt, Vice President Paskal Dragomirov and his delegation would emerge to greet their Ukrainian hosts. The Vice President would be accompanied by a translator, two diplomats and an aide.
 

 

 

The Ukrainian Envoy waiting on the Vice President welcomed them and brought them back to the Government Building Kiev.

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After the Vice President’s delegation greeted their hosts and thanked them for accepting the meeting request, they would address their Ukrainian counterparts.
 
[i]“It is the position of the Zapadnayan government that all attempts should be made to foster ties with our fellow Black Sea nations as a means of promoting stability and cooperation in areas of mutual interest. As the first key step to the establishing of diplomatic ties between our two nations, may I introduce Ms. Olga Genova who we intend to appoint as Zapadnaya’s first ambassador to Ukraine.”[/i]-VP Dragomirov
 
One of the two diplomats in the delegation would introduce herself in Ukrainian.
 
[i]“In terms of political cooperation, my government wishes to propose the signing of a pact of non-aggression between our two states and to explore establishing avenues of trade between our two nations. While, if there were better circumstances, we would be able to propose a Free Trade Agreement to encourage trade, we are not able to do so at this time. However, we would be more than willing to offer a reduction on the rates of tariffs levied on certain Ukrainian goods entering Zapadnaya. We welcome your thoughts regarding this proposal and other proposals for increased cooperation.
 
Thirdly, we wish to raise the matter of security of the Black Sea. The Zapadnayan government strongly believes that the duty of securing the Black Sea should be the responsibility of the nations bordering the Black Sea. To that end, we would like to discuss Ukraine’s position on the idea of a Black Sea security agreement between Black Sea nations that would be aimed at limiting the presence of foreign (i.e. not from Black Sea nations) military vessels in this area. Such a proposal, of course, would require multiparty negotiations involving all four Black Sea nations.
 
Finally, we are open to discussing any other avenues of cooperation that may be suggested by your government.[/i]-VP Dragomirov
 
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"Ukraine would be more than happy to sign a Non-Aggression Pact with Zapadnaya and continue future discussions about a Black Sea Non-Aggression Pact. We are however worried as Babylon seems to not follow their NAP with Ukraine that is already in place."

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"Excellent. We will shortly prepare a draft text for a NAP for your consideration. Regarding the matter of bilateral trade, would Ukraine be willing to sign a trade pact agreeing to a 3-5% reduction on trade tariffs levied on none-core goods and products?

 

Regarding the situation involving the Babylonian Empire, we are not able to comment in detail as we do not have all of the facts at hand. Regarding the information we have so far, we express our concern about the developments and our hope that the situation can be de-escalated rapidly in the interests of regional stability. It remains our hope, nonetheless, that steps can be taken by Black Sea nations to not only agree to non-aggression but to reduce the likelyhood of the Black Sea being used as a staging ground for attacks by non-Black Sea nations."

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"Ukraine will gladly accept the NAP deal once we read it and it follows correct provisions and accordance within our laws. We also will immediately put forward an order to reduce any trade tarrifs or fees 3-5% on various goods depending on the nature of these goods. We also have a representative working on a deal to completely cut all tariffs and fees on all Black Sea and Eastern European Nations including our enemies in Babylon.

 

We also will be working hard to establish quick de-escalation of The Current Babylonian affairs. We will keep you posted on these agreements."

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