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Under order of the Australasian Coalition, the region of Australasia is now under lockdown.

Any ships or aircraft, military-wise, will be shot down on sight, on a Shoot-First, Questions-Asked-Later, policy.

We would also like to state the fact that Europe is miles away from Australasia - We have no reason to be there, even if someone from Australasia is treatied with them.

The Australasian Coalition's support goes out to The Hansa, as they face unthinkable odds. We wish you luck in your endeavor, and we fully commemorate your bravery and honor. A Statue is being erected within Timor, of Sarah Tintagyl, in white, along with a crowd of stone people behind her. May the Hansa Live Forever.

- Australasian Coalition

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OOC: Um, what, Biohazard? What the hell? We never voted on this within the AC.

IC: The Confucianist president looked at the document. "What the hell..." he muttered under his breath. "Send out a proclamation to all nations in the world stating that AC never said such a thing, and that these two nations don't speak for the Coalition. And contact our delegate in the AC discussion to see what the hell's going on over there."

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Confucianism was contacted many times on the matter in general. Although the decsion was reached without them being fully aware, they would have been overruled in any case. Their opinion has been noted, and their official protest has been logged. As for the matter of Promised Land, those were actions of rogue elements, and were in no way connected to the true feelings of the Governments of Tanis and Timor.

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Does this apply to nations in the region that are not part of the AC?

Because if it does we protest this violation of our sovereign territory.

The AC does not have the authority to state what happens in our territory.

Francoist Aircraft and ships from Europe are guaranteed safe passage through our waters and airspace in accordance with our treaty obligations and safe harbour in our ports. Any attempts to harass these aircraft and ships will be viewed as a hostile act and we will respond to it in kind.

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Does this apply to nations in the region that are not part of the AC?

Because if it does we protest this violation of our sovereign territory.

The AC does not have the authority to state what happens in our territory.

Francoist Aircraft and ships from Europe are guaranteed safe passage through our waters and airspace in accordance with our treaty obligations and safe harbour in our ports. Any attempts to harass these aircraft and ships will be viewed as a hostile act and we will respond to it in kind.

We're quite shocked that Neo Olympia wishes to drag our region into this conflict by letting any form of military ship pass through. Quite frankly, I would imagine that we shouldn't support a war by allowing other nation's military through when it doesn't involve our sphere. However, if you wish to be a threat to Australasian stability, we wish you luck in your discourse but remind you that there are consequences to every action.

OOC: mykep, if you're referring to the massive attack on Promised Land then by Triyun, it was never traced. ;)

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OOC: There was... but that was rouge elements per se.

IC: The government of Tanis, whole-heartily backs this statement. Although we must state that this document does not include our regional waters on the Strait of Malacca, since our policies are unique to that waterway.

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"If any ships en-route or departing from Neo Olympia or Dragonisia are attacked in international or our personal national waters.. the offending nation will be subject to a retaliatory strike at a time we deem convenient and by any means which we deem appropriate.. excessive.. or not. This is fair warning of our intent. Commercial and Military vessels have been instructed to avoid intruding on the national waters of any other nation and to stay out of those zones by at least 1 mile. This is also true for member ships and vessels belonging to the Leviathan Accords."

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"If any ships en-route or departing from Neo Olympia or Dragonisia are attacked in international or our personal national waters.. the offending nation will be subject to a retaliatory strike at a time we deem convenient and by any means which we deem appropriate.. excessive.. or not. This is fair warning of our intent. Commercial and Military vessels have been instructed to avoid intruding on the national waters of any other nation and to stay out of those zones by at least 1 mile. This is also true for member ships and vessels belonging to the Leviathan Accords."

"We thought the intentions of this announcement clear. So long as they stay out of AC waters, they will remain unmolested."

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Does this apply to nations in the region that are not part of the AC?

Because if it does we protest this violation of our sovereign territory.

The AC does not have the authority to state what happens in our territory.

Francoist Aircraft and ships from Europe are guaranteed safe passage through our waters and airspace in accordance with our treaty obligations and safe harbour in our ports. Any attempts to harass these aircraft and ships will be viewed as a hostile act and we will respond to it in kind.

We wish to point out that your Francoist 'Brothers' are perpetuating and supporting a nuclear war in Europe. The aggressive first strike was conducted by those the Francoist nations support. We will not allow any military assets of these nations into the region.

Furthermore, in the same way you say the AC has no say what happens in your territory, should the same not be true for the Grand Army of Europe? Should the United Francoist Empire have a say in what happens in Europe? I think not. Choose your words carefully friend. Hypocracy is surely a part of politics, however, double standards should not be cosnidered lightly.

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We wish to point out that your Francoist 'Brothers' are perpetuating and supporting a nuclear war in Europe. The aggressive first strike was conducted by those the Francoist nations support. We will not allow any military assets of these nations into the region.

Furthermore, in the same way you say the AC has no say what happens in your territory, should the same not be true for the Grand Army of Europe? Should the United Francoist Empire have a say in what happens in Europe? I think not. Choose your words carefully friend. Hypocracy is surely a part of politics, however, double standards should not be cosnidered lightly.

"Actually, we defer to you that it was a General Mannelig who authorized the first Nuclear Strike.. or at least, our Mogul system and allied radar nets indicate this to be the case. Obviously, not an aligned party to the UFE. I would say that every.. single.. nation on earth has a say as to what happens in a nuclear war as the attack itself undermines the sovereignty of us all."

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Perhaps the first nuclear strike was innitiated by the defenders against and unjust attack on their sovereignty, however, our intelligence suggests they targettted only military assets, whereas the attackers in this conflict targetted population centres. This is unacceptable.

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Furthermore, in the same way you say the AC has no say what happens in your territory, should the same not be true for the Grand Army of Europe? Should the United Francoist Empire have a say in what happens in Europe? I think not. Choose your words carefully friend. Hypocracy is surely a part of politics, however, double standards should not be cosnidered lightly.

Two unrelated and different circumstances. Clearly the AC does not speak for the entire region. The Empire will be thoroughly ignoring AC warnings and will continue to travel through allied territory and the Malaccan Strait.

Attack at your own peril

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@Frost: We suggest you reconsider. Such a conflict would be bloody and decisive, and most unfavourable for Neo Japan.

You can't attack Imperial property in territory that does not belong to you. It is you who should reconsider. You have been warned, and no further warnings will be given

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