Sarah Tintagyl Posted April 1, 2010 Report Share Posted April 1, 2010 (edited) Therese couldn't help but chuckle at the letter laid written on her desk. "We really are bridging the gaps of the past." In the past it was not hard to tell that relations between the Germans and the French were not pristine then then Nordic controlled Wästerdyskreich, which had been one of the more brutal regimes Europe had seen laid claim to most of France, Aquitaine had escaped the brutality by still being under a Welsh banner, but even that was dismal to their minds. Now in the present time, France remained divided, but it was something that had to be coped with and the Aquitainians would not keep a divided homeland from progressing onto the world stage. Therese believed that the only way to survive in a world where the Hobbesian idea of the War of All against All, was a natural occurrence, allies had to be made, friends had to be found and whether it might have been expected or not, her eyes were set on the German States. The first of which being the traditionally oriented North Germans. [quote] [b]To: Kanzler Dierik Martens From: The Desk of Prime Minister Therese Zelle, Prime Minister of Aquitaine[/b] [i]Your Excellency, I hope this letter finds you and your nation in good health and prosperous, I would also like to thank your country's warm welcome of Aquitaine to the European Stage of politics. It is in that notion that I would like to return the greeting, in a Europe that I have watched, as Mayor of Bordeaux, change from the volatile Europe of the past to a continent that prides itself on cooperation, community, and peace. As such, the need to render our voice to our neighbors, diplomatic contact, friendship, and understanding are paramount and to further this I would like to invite Your Excellency to my personal residence at the Chateau de Roquetaillade to talk about the future of German-Aquitainian Relations. There is a great deal that I would like to discuss, that being getting to know the inner workings of the German states as well as what can be done in the future to make sure that the relations between our states have a greater solidification, that our citizens, both Aquitinian and German, desire. Please come with an empty stomach and a taste for wine, my Chateau is on the edge of some of Aquitaine's prized vineyards and my family has been in the wine business for well over two hundred years. It will be a most memorable night and I look for your reply in haste.[/i] Sincerely, [i]Therese Zelle[/i] [b]Prime Minister of Aquitaine[/b] [/quote] Edited April 1, 2010 by Sarah Tintagyl Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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