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A Trip to the West


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Although the war had ended, the country still seemed to be in tight security. Everybody seemed to think that what happened in the south was merely a pause rather than an end to a conflict, and probably the Government thought this too. There weren't many seen in the streets nor at the airport, the country still had not opened up its borders and the visit was an exception. It seemed uncanny to move through Berlin as he was escorted to the Reichstag in the most unexpected of silences, lacking the sounds of vehicles busily going to their destinations. A giant ghost town? Occationally some men, but one could not tell if they were soldiers or not, civilians and soldiers seemed to dress and look alike for the most part.

In the space of half an hour he finally arrives to an office where a man and a woman in suits are sitting, with a German flag in the background. They stand up with rather serious faces - something normal in this atmosphere - and go shake hands and salute.

"Welcome. Your state has survived longer than we expected...which is a good thing. The same can be said for our own state." Said the scarred man, Tambarskjelve.

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Although the war had ended, the country still seemed to be in tight security. Everybody seemed to think that what happened in the south was merely a pause rather than an end to a conflict, and probably the Government thought this too. There weren't many seen in the streets nor at the airport, the country still had not opened up its borders and the visit was an exception. It seemed uncanny to move through Berlin as he was escorted to the Reichstag in the most unexpected of silences, lacking the sounds of vehicles busily going to their destinations. A giant ghost town? Occationally some men, but one could not tell if they were soldiers or not, civilians and soldiers seemed to dress and look alike for the most part.

In the space of half an hour he finally arrives to an office where a man and a woman in suits are sitting, with a German flag in the background. They stand up with rather serious faces - something normal in this atmosphere - and go shake hands and salute.

"Welcome. Your state has survived longer than we expected...which is a good thing. The same can be said for our own state." Said the scarred man, Tambarskjelve.

Allen had been kept waiting at the airport for weeks while the war was on. It reminded him of Mehran Karimi Nasseri, who stayed in an airport for 18 years. Eating at the nice little bars was fine, but he was getting tired of beer and wanted some whisky. He was glad now with pece coming.

"Yes, the Holy Roman Empire suddenly retreating was unexpected, but all ends that ends well. I am glad that a Germanic country survived. What do you think of our request for a mutual defense pact/protectorate treaty?"

OOC: Wait, just wondering how he got through the air-blockade of Belorus. <__<

OOC: Allen had arrived in Berlin before Belarus formed or started the blockage.

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"We would be happy to protect you. We want to make the arrangement simple and straightforwards. We will be guaranteeing your nation's sovereignty and the well-being of your people. It will be almost the same as a Mutual Defense Pact, only varying in the fact that if you were to sign further pacts with any other nations, you would need our authorization. If FA-related problems ever arise, we will be present together with your representatives to make sure we're all on the same page... This is only done so to avoid a treaty web entanglement. Neither your nor ourselves wish to be pulled into foreign problems not concerning our own nations."

"As long as your Government continues to behave itself in a reasonable manner, there's no objections. In time after an unspecified number of years once that your Nation becomes strong enough to hold its own ground, we can upgrade this to a Defensive Pact. We will try to help you to obtain Nuclear Technology, which is key in self-defence for all nations as a deterrent factor."

"What do you think, is this acceptable?"

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"Signatures enough to make it official to the eyes of your government. We will here add our signatures too."

A paper was set forth.

The wording was similar to that of a MDP, only that it worded the FA restrictions and a clause that stated that during wartime, Germany would represent them on the FA front. The treaty also mentioned the possibility of becoming a MDP proper once that the protected country acquired twenty nuclear weapons. Dissolution of the treaty was possible, but not during wartime and with a cancellation time frame of a month.

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"Signatures enough to make it official to the eyes of your government. We will here add our signatures too."

A paper was set forth.

The wording was similar to that of a MDP, only that it worded the FA restrictions and a clause that stated that during wartime, Germany would represent them on the FA front. The treaty also mentioned the possibility of becoming a MDP proper once that the protected country acquired twenty nuclear weapons. Dissolution of the treaty was possible, but not during wartime and with a cancellation time frame of a month.

"We trust you to pursue our interests in wars."

The document was signed.

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