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A notification of an Arabian official Arriving in Korea would be sent to Seoul.


Ajay Bashir flew into Seoul via a Boeing747, out of the several key political cogs in Arabia he was considered quiet and rather contained compared to the rest. As he entered the main lobby he would look around for the Korean delegation.

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Bashir extended his hand greeting the Korean president, "president park, it's a pleasure. I am Ajay Bashir, prime minister of the Iraqi Kuwaiti commonwealth and representative of the Arabian confederation. Thank you for having me"

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"I have come with a proposition, Korea is a state that needs resources and allies to rebuild. Arabia is interested in establishing ties and expanding our revenue. Oil, weapons, natural gas and other goods that could elevate your republic."

 

Bashir grabbed a document and handed it to President Park, "We have a shipment already prepared to leave Baghdad to Seoul of 8,000 new Kalashnikov rifles and over 40,000 rounds of ammunition. Just as a gift, and we can supply you with much more. All we're asking for, is cooperation for an exclusive oil and natural gas deal and a PIAT (Peace, Intelligence, and Aid treaty)." 

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The President paused to think for a moment, as they reached the Blue House, and headed inside..

 

"As far as weapons go, Korea does have an extensive defense industry in place, all it needs is restarting. And, with all due respect, more weapons wouldn't really help much, when you consider the fact that Korea would never be able to match even the smallest of its neighbors militarily. Our main defense has always been maintaining a low profile, and importing arms would draw much unwanted attention.

 

Oil and gas is another story entirely. While there is a potential for gas under the Dokdo Islands, the area remains undeveloped, and Korea simply does not have large energy resources available to it. Hence, economic agreement with Arabia would indeed be of great interest to us."

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"We can ship enough oil and natural gas to make Korea strong again. The price per barrel since we are looking to be your primary suppliers can be negotiated, the gas however will be at a retained price 17 won mcf to cover transportation costs, we can begin shipping soon as possible."

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