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The following message would be transmitted to the Alvonian government:

 

To: Her Excellency Karoline Dressler, Head of Government of Alvonia

Fr: Iskra Grigorova, Prime Minister of Zapadnaya
 
Your Excellency, I would like to request an official meeting with you in the hopes of establishing formal diplomatic ties between Zapadnaya and Alvonia. I also wish to discuss trade and regional stability on the European continent.
 
Should the Alvonian government agree to this request, then I am able to attend a bilateral meeting at any time convenient for your government.
 
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To: Iskra Grigorova, Prime Minister of Zapadnaya

Fr: Karoline Dressler, Head of Government
 
It would be our pleasure to meet with Zapadnaya, in either Vienna or Veragorod. I can personally meet your government's representatives at any time.
 
Sincerely, Karoline Dressler

 

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After acknowledging the Alvonian reply and thanking the Alvonian Head of Government, the Zapadnayan government would accept the offer to meet in Vienna. Once the necessary preparations, confirmations and arrangements were made, the Prime Minister would arrive in Vienna for the meeting.

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[i]“Thank you for such a warm welcome. Your Excellency, thank you for agreeing to meet with me on such short notice. I requested this meeting in order to begin a dialogue between Alvonia and Zapadnaya on trade, economic and regional matters. Firstly, it is the hope of the Zapadnayan government to establish formal diplomatic ties with Alvonia as the foundation for future bilateral dialogue.
 
Secondly, we wish to explore the prospect of negotiating a Non-Aggression Pact between our two nations and exploring avenues to increase trade. With Alvonian approval, we would also like to discuss the prospect of a future defense pact between our nations should our policies in that sphere be sufficiently aligned.
 
Thirdly, we are concerned about regional stability on the European continent particularly given the European Community’s seeming reluctance to confront certain issues. Admittedly our perspective on the European Community is limited to what we have observed from ‘our side of the pond’ so to speak. As a nation which was once a member of the European Community we would like to hear Alvonia’s position on the European Community and the ability of that organization to promote stability in Europe.”[/i]-PM Grigorova
 
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"A non-aggression pact, at the minimum, would be very preferable to us. A defense pact would depend on some variables, of course, such as consistent goals."

 

"To be honest, the European Community is not what we thought it would be. I, along with our foreign minister, attended Riga thinking it would serve to protect Europe from some of the more dangerous states, now, however, it is clear to us that it is nothing more than a place where separate interests collide in arguing and competition. We originally thought it would serve as a quick coalition of nations designed to destroy European aggressors."

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“We would welcome the opportunity to sign a non-aggression pact. Since a defense pact would depend on a convergence of common goals, perhaps we can discuss our individual nations’ goals regarding foreign policy. In the case of Zapadnaya, our primary hope is to support a stable and peaceful Europe through diplomacy where possible and military intervention only where and when absolutely necessary. We note however that there will always be regimes, such as the SOCSOV Hawaiians for example, who cannot be engaged constructively through diplomatic channels or regimes which pose a clear, direct and imminent danger to regional or international stability. If you don’t mind my asking, what are Alvonia’s primary goals in the foreign policy sphere?
 
That is truly enlightening. Given the situation, we understand the decision of your government to withdraw from the European Community. I’ll admit, the Zapadnayan government is in the process of discussing whether or not to join the European Community. However, given the organization’s response to certain events coupled with the reasons expressed regarding why your government decided to leave the organization, it is almost certain that we will decide against doing so.”-PM Grigorova
 
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"In addition to SOCSOV, Alvonia is committed to removing Ultranationalists and Bolsheviks wherever they may lie. All others we conduct diplomacy with first. Our goals in regards to foreign policy is always to secure Alvonian interests first and ensure they are safeguarded and will not be infringed upon. However, I feel on the subject of military intervention is where we differ. We feel it is always an option - sometimes a better one than diplomacy may ever be."

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“I take it that Alvonia extends that commitment to removing SOCSOV, ultra nationalist and Bolshevik regimes beyond the European continent or is the Alvonian government primarily focused on preventing the rise of such regimes within the European neighborhood? As for ensuring that Alvonia’s national interests are secured, that is no different than any other nation. Each nation seeks to ensure that it’s interests are secured.
 
I’m not certain that there is a significant difference in our positions on the use of military force as an option. Rather, it appears that the difference lies in the determination of when to use such military force. Our government’s position of using military force only where necessary should not be perceived as taking the military option ‘off the table’ so to speak. We acknowledge and fully understand that there are regimes with which diplomacy is a pointless exercise in futility. In such cases it is not a question of if military force should be used but a question of how such force should be used.”-PM Grigorova
 
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"The Wehrmacht as a whole can potentially project power to non-European nations, but for the most part the only non-European nation that fell under any of those categories was Hawaii. We've mostly been working to stop those three arising in Europe, and it has been working quite well. That being said, it does appear that our goals, both diplomatically and militarily, do appear to align. Would Zapadnaya be interested in a MDoAP? Or simply a MDP?"

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"That's perfectly fine. Now, here's a draft of the treaty, if there's anything that you feel should be changed, feel free to do so."

 


 
[center][b]Zapadnayan-Alvonian Mutual Defense Pact[/b][/center]
 
 
Preamble:
 
Alvonia and Zapadnaya, agree to the following provisions laid out in the mutually-agreed upon pact. Both nations remain fully sovereign states and sign this treaty in the hopes that better relations may be attained for the greater peace, prosperity, and good of these two nations.
 
Article 1: Nonaggression & Intelligence
 
The states of Alvonia and Zapadnaya agree to a pact of non-aggression, and will not interfere or step into the soil of the other nation when not specifically requested. Nor will either signatory illegally spy, destabilize, or in any other way attempt to bring harm to the other. Alvonia and Zapadnaya agree to disclose and share any relevant intelligence and information.
 
Article 2: Mutual Defence
 
The states of Alvonia and Zapadnaya agree to a pact of mutual defense and pledge to defend the other from attacks by a foreign aggressor. If a nation is waging a defensive war, the other promises to provide military, intelligence, and civilian aid to ensure the survival of the threatened nation. A declaration of war in response to an earlier declaration of war by a signatory, commonly referred to as “treaty chaining,” shall make such aid optional.
 
Article 3: Cancellation
 
Should either signatory wish to leave the obligations of this treaty, a notice must be given at least seventy-two hours in advance.
 
Signed for Alvonia,
[i]Karoline Dressler, Head of Government[/i]
 
Signed for Zapadnaya,
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"I have no objections or changes to the treaty text.I must state that the treaty may only enter into force once it is ratified by the Zapadnayan Senate. Ratification is a mere formality at this stage and the treaty text will be presented to the Senate for a vote within 24 hours.Once ratification has taken place we will send official confirmation to the Alvonian government."-PM Grigorova

 

Signed for Zapadnaya,

Iskra Grigorova, Prime Minister

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