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A Letter was sent to the King of Cochin. It was from the Premier again,

Royal Highness,

Congratulations on the recent acquisition of India. With this, we have a small request. We have certain interests in the Indian Peninsula. More so in the city of Chennai. We wish to have a small conference to see if there is anyway we can have control/joint control over the city.

Regards,

Premier Rorschach

It was sent immediately to the Kingdom of Cochin.

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From: The King of Cochin

To: Premier Rorschach

Greetings,

We are intrigued to hear about your interests in Chennai and we would like to know more about this. We invite you to visit Cochin City so that we may talk about it.

Yours Sincerely,

HH Rama Varma.

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"Well if the interests are trade and financial related we would have even lesser issues in accomodating your requests. How would you like Joint Control over the city? The Kingdom is willing to a Joint Administration of Chennai City, an area of 181.06 sq.km with the People's Republic of China. Would that be sufficient for you?"

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"Well if the interests are trade and financial related we would have even lesser issues in accomodating your requests. How would you like Joint Control over the city? The Kingdom is willing to a Joint Administration of Chennai City, an area of 181.06 sq.km with the People's Republic of China. Would that be sufficient for you?"

"We would like to station 2,000 troops around the city. Also Chennai city as a whole is 476 sq.km if we have got our maps right. Therefore we would like to have a joint administration over all the areas."

OOC: Current expansion in Chennai. We are getting 44 new areas merged into Chennai and we are going to be nearly 500sq.km according to our papers :P

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"We would like to station 2,000 troops around the city. Also Chennai city as a whole is 476 sq.km if we have got our maps right. Therefore we would like to have a joint administration over all the areas."

OOC: Current expansion in Chennai. We are getting 44 new areas merged into Chennai and we are going to be nearly 500sq.km according to our papers :P

"Very well. I suppose 476 sq.km would be alright. Now would you be planning to use Chennai as a platform to conduct any military operations? If so, we would prefer that we be notified before hand. We would also require your assurance that the territory would not be handed over to a third nation's control. As regards to Joint Administration, perhaps we should discuss the separation of duties? "

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"Third Party? Why would we even offer the city to another nation? We will have only 2,500 soldiers stationed in Chennai, a minimum requirement for defending a foreign asset in our constitution. Now for joint administration, say 6 councilors. 3 from each nation govern the city and taxes collected are split 50-50 and no sales tax on goods from PRC or KoC if thats acceptable?"

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"Third Party? Why would we even offer the city to another nation? We will have only 2,500 soldiers stationed in Chennai, a minimum requirement for defending a foreign asset in our constitution. Now for joint administration, say 6 councilors. 3 from each nation govern the city and taxes collected are split 50-50 and no sales tax on goods from PRC or KoC if thats acceptable?"

"That is very much acceptable. Now we have one last request. As you very well know we have substantial differences in our internal policies and our diplomatic relations have overcome these differences. We would be much obliged if you would not harbor any political subversives who may seek to take refuge in Chennai. We are strictly concerned about people who may seek to enter Chennai in the future after Chennai becomes under Joint Administration, not regarding any present residents, despite their political leanings.

Now perhaps if you have a draft proposal we could sign it and commence the transfer?"

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Chennaipattinam Accords

Join-Administration Treaty

Article 1-

The 476 Sq.Km city of Chennai City herein after be under a Join Administration City between the People's Republic of China(PRC) and the Kingdom of Cochin(KoC).

Article 2-

The City shall be taken care of by the Joint Administration Council, which shall consist of 3 Members from PRC and 3 from KoC. The Joint Administration Councilors shall have a term of 3 years(3monthsIRL) before they shall be reviewed upon by both governments and new members might be added.

Article 3-

The PRC shall be allowed to station a maximum of 2,500 troops and will notify the KoC government before doing any military tests/movements etc in Chennai.

Article 4-

Chennai City shall not harbor any citizens who are enemies of the KoC or the PRC.

Article 5-

The city may not be traded by both nations to a third party.

Article 6-

Sales taxes on goods from the PRC and the KoC shall be 0% . All taxes collected by the JAC shall be split 50-50

Article 7-

This treaty may not be canceled unless the KoC-PRC MDP, or the KoC or PRC fall into Anarchy or 50 years since signing these accords have elapsed.

Acceptable?

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Chennaipattinam Accords

Joint-Administration Treaty

Article 1-

The 476 Sq.Km city of Chennai City herein after be under a Joint Administration City between the People's Republic of China(PRC) and the Kingdom of Cochin(KoC).

Article 2-

The City shall be taken care of by the Joint Administration Council, which shall consist of 3 Members from PRC and 3 from KoC. The Joint Administration Councilors shall have a term of 3 years(3monthsIRL) before they shall be reviewed upon by both governments and new members might be added.

Article 3-

The PRC shall be allowed to station a maximum of 2,500 troops and will notify the KoC government before doing any military tests/movements etc in Chennai.

Article 4-

Chennai City shall not harbor any citizens who are enemies of the KoC or the PRC.

Article 5-

The city may not be traded by both nations to a third party.

Article 6-

Sales taxes on goods from the PRC and the KoC shall be 0% . All taxes collected by the JAC shall be split 50-50

Article 7-

This treaty may not be canceled unless the KoC-PRC MDP, or the KoC or PRC fall into Anarchy or 50 years since signing these accords have elapsed.

Sd,

His Highness Rama Varma,

The King of Cochin

Signed for the PRC:

Premier Rorschach

"The draft is acceptable to us and with your signature, Premier, we can finish the formalities," Rama Varma said smiling after signing his name to the parchment.

Edited by king of cochin
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