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The Novak Connection


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With the Novak acceptance of the invite to initiate diplomagics between the two states, a room was prepared in the imperial palace to host the meeting. On arrival, the Novak delegation would be subjected to the same honours as all visiting heads of state or delegates with militiary honours and a heavily armed escort.

 

Ishtar Kuna, deputy foreign minister who was quickly begining to outshine her boss in terms of work output, would be waiting in the room prepared and when the Novak delegation entered she began.

 

"Welcome to the Empire, my name is Ishtar Kuna, Minister of Foreign affairs, thank you for accepting our invite to the city, please help yourself to refreshments and take a seat when you are ready" she said politely, gesturing a table laden with food. Walking around she took a seat behind her desk and waited.

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"Minister we are here to discuss several things, some of them more important than the others simply because we share a border, common resources, the same waterways in the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea. It also works well in both of our favours for one reason more than all however. Novak has risen."

 

"The historys of the world before the great collapse describe Novak as a great civilisation, respected by all nations and then Novak ended before the world went to ruin. Sir, you nation is spared the taint of history. If Athens or Tianxia rose out of the ashes today, the world would unite against them and destroy them, but not Novak."

 

"I want to offer Novak an economic agreement to begin with, and perhaps even a military defensive alliance. Our nations are the middle east, we hold control over two major waterways. Minister, we sit at the center of the world, it is only right that we make use of our geography and ensure that our states enjoy a peaceful, prosperous and stable relationship together."

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"We are interested in both. We have a strong connection to the Arabian territories, where our former capital used to be and where many of our people still hold a strong connection. If we could create an open border for civilians as well, then we can rebuild that connection. Do you have drafts I can look over before presenting them to our Majlis al-Shura and President?"

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'It is almost as if you can read my mind, an open border policy would work wonders on cultural history and exchange, especially in terms of education and security between our states.'

 

Ishtar would spend a few moments drafting a treaty up using pre-existing treaty templates on her tablet. When finished, it would include an economic agreement, a mutual defence clause, and intelligence sharing clause and a clause pertaining to an open border policy between the two nations.

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