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African League Meetings Extravaganza - Northlands


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A private message would be sent to the appropriate government office in the Northlands,

 

"The African League is prepared to discuss diplomatic relations with the the Northlands, in the city of Gaborone. The meeting, hosted by the Federal Union of Southern African Republics, will take place on [Insert RP Date Here for Whenever You Respond]."

 

Advanced security measures would be taken to ensure nothing could possibly go wrong; a full division of Internal Security Troops were posted to active duty in the city. The Office of State Intelligence & Security's political officers within the division were given special warrants to investigate suspicious behavior. The Sir Seretse Khama International Airport would have a terminal secured for foreign dignitary arrival.

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Flying in from the Northlands would be Sir Alexandre Lemaitre, Royal Officer for Foreign Affairs, and Lord Gerard de Kremer, Steward of the Royal Treasury. Both men were eager to begin economic relations with the African nations and discuss such an agreement with the leaders of these nations. 

 

They would arrive in the city of Gaborone and wait to be escorted to the meeting location. 

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A convoy containing three Casspir's and two Pinzgauers would meet the plane on the tarmac, away from prying eyes. A small team of press would be allowed to quickly photograph the arrival, which included soldiers of the Internal Security Troops in dress uniform, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs greeting the Northlands representatives with a smile and handshake.

 

The Casspir the three would enter was heavily modified; while the outside was identical to any other, the inside was on par with any other luxury limousine. A minibar, fine leather couch-seating, and a soundproof door between the passenger's and driver's compartments, all made the APC surprisingly comfortable. Minister Lerato Bafokeng spoke once they were inside the vehicle, "I apologize for any misconception the convoy gives about our nation. The Security Guarantee was written during some more...volatile times, and the National Assembly has yet to review it."

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((OOC: Figure I'll go ahead...))

 

Eventually, they'd make is through the construction-filled city of Gaborone, to the federal complex in which the meeting would be taking place. Once everyone was seated, Mr. Bafokeng would smile and ask, "Well then, here we all are, ready to talk. Africa's ears are open, what exactly is your proposal?"

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