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A messenger arrived at the Kremlin draped in a black wool uniform covering him head to toe showing the snow and ice still pelted to him. It was obvious how it bothered him he was no native to these lands. He had brought a letter for the Russian government stamped with the black eagle of Spain.


"Our empires have survived much and have stood tall despite such resolve to break them, we would like to send a formal representative of the empire of Spain to the tsardom of Russia to discuss possible relations.

Signed. Carlos Mendoza"
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The messenger would be redirected to Petrograd and offered a heated place to stay so that he might recover from his travel. The following day he was given a formal response from the Minister of Foreign Affairs that the Tsardom formally invited a Spanish representative to talk to the Tsarina in person at the Winter Palace.

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