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TO - Miroslav Anyatevich, President of Vauleyo-Buryatia
FROM - Emperor Bonaparte I, Emperor of the Canadian Empire

Good day Sir, I am inviting you to Saint Michaels Palace for a meeting between yourself and I in regards to a possible NAP/MDP or Economic treaty.
Due to our Proximity over the polar ice cap, I feel it necessary to build relations not only with American Nations, but with the other Acrtic Nations outside of the CAN.

The benefits of an MDP between your grand nation, and my own budding Empire is that whilst technologicly inferior, we can field many men, vehicles, including armour and aircraft. We also have a small, yet well armed Naval force which due to the proximity, would be able to render assistance to Vauleyo-Buryatia if you ever required it.
Moreover, we arnt a Nation that picks fights, our war of freedom against Tahoe is our first war against any major power on Bob, so an MDP would not be activated lightly.

However, if an MDP is to much to soon, a NAP could be a better way to better relations. Due to our Nations locations, training exercises in the Arctic Ocean for our Navy are frequent, however, we all know mistakes are made, misunderstandings which can potentially lead to war or loss of life.
A NAP agreement between the Empire and Vauleyo-Buryatia would minimise this risk.

Finally, if neither of the above options appeal to you at the moment, or you dont beleive they serve your bests interests, an Economic treaty would be financially beneficial for both nations and would better the relations between the Canadian people and the Vauleyo-Buryatian people.

Thankyou for taking the time to read this letter Mr President.
Emperor Bonaparte I
Canadian Empire

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[b]To: Emperor Bonaparte I, Emperor of the Canadian Empire
Fr: Deputy President Sharova, Socialist Union of Vauleyo-Buryatia


'While the government of Vauleyo-Buryatia appreciates the sentiment of the Canadian Empire regarding better diplomatic ties between our nations, I regret to inform you that such a move would be in direct violation of two of the guiding principles of Vauleyo-Buryatia's Foreign Policy. We have, over the last few years, painstakingly implemented a foreign policy that is [b]'Asian and Oceanic'[/b] centric. The policy of which we speak strictly prohibits the signing of Mutual Defense Pacts(MDP), Optional Defense Pacts (ODP), and Non Aggression Pacts (NAP)with any nation that is not located in either Asia or Oceania.

Our foreign policy stance also prohibits an exchange of diplomats between Vauleyo-Buryatia and any other nation outside of Asia and Oceania. For Diplomatic messages, countries in those regions are required to contact the appropriate official at the Diplomatic Corps. Despite our policies, we would be willing to discuss some form of economic agreement with the Canadian Empire as a first step, however such negotiations would not be attended by the President of Vauleyo-Buryatia, but would likely be attended by either the Director of American Affairs (DAA), or the Minister of Foreign Affairs (MFA).

If the invitation still stands in spite of this, we will gladly accept.'

Lady N Sharova, 2nd Deputy President of Vauleyo-Buryatia[/quote]

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TO - Deputy President Sharova, Socialist Union of Vauleyo-Buryatia
FROM - Emperor Bonaparte I, Emperor of the Canadian Empire

The invitation still stands, and we respect your decision by following your foreign policies.
An economic treaty would be an excellent first step, any step towards positive relations is a good step.

You are welcome to come to Palace at a time of your choosing, Myself, the Empress or the Marshals will be available at any one time.

Emperor Bonaparte I

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The Vauleyo-Buryatian government sends a message to the Canadian Empire indicating that Deputy President Lady Sharova will represent the government of Vauleyo-Buryatia. The government requests a date and time for the proposed meeting, as well as where the meeting would be held.

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Greetings Lady Sharova, I am Napoleon, this is Josephine, help yourself to the drinks when they are brought in.
Now then, Lets get to buisiness.

Due to our close proximity to your grand Nation, I believe it would increase relations between the Americas and Asia if we began small steps in bettering our international relationship. Too long North America has been under the dominion of one super state or the other, and too long have we all been tarred with the same brush of predudice around the world, and past actions of these super states, and even some of the minor states of North America have ruined others chances of having the pleasure of an intercontinental relationship.

I read your message in regards to your policies, and after considerations I agree with your stance, however, would an economic treaty be more to the taste of your Government?
We boast plentiful supplies of oil, natural gas, precious metals and jewels and many agricultural products, as well as many companies looking to widen their scope. Our markets have plenty of space for foreign produce and influence, and offer your own companies and contractors another amrket to expand into, widening your economic income, aswell as our own.

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[i]"My government would be willing to negotiate an agreement whereby we encourage investment from Vauleyo-Buryatia into Canadian Empire based businesses, and in turn approve legislation to allow for investment from the Canadian Empire in a few select Vauleyo-Buryatian companies provided that such investment took into account the strategic and economic policies of the government of Vauleyo-Buryatia.

We would also be willing to sign a tariff reduction agreement to reduce the tariffs on goods exchanged by 1.3%. Further reductions in tariffs would be entirely conditional on increased trust between our two nations. I must however state that this agreement would not exempt the Canadian Empire from any of Vauleyo-Buryatia's policies regarding the American continent. As such, there will not be an exchange of diplomats between our nations, nor will we permit a Canadian Embassy to open in Vauleyo-Buryatia. Instead, diplomatic communications should be directed to the Vauleyo-Buryatian Director of American Affairs.

If these conditions are acceptable, then perhaps we can draft the exact language of an economic document?"[/i]-Lady Sharova.

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Bonaparte thought hard about what the Vaule woman had said before turning to his wife and asking her with his eyes what he should do. A small curt nod of the head let him know.

"They are acceptable terms, may you do the honour of drafting the document Lady Sharova?"

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Lady Sharova pressed a small button in the middle of her decorative pendant before replying:
"If indeed there is a security threat, then it would be neither wise nor prudent for me to remain here. Once the threat has been successfully handled, then we can finalize the terms of the treaty. I therefore respectfully decline your invitation."[/i]-Lady Sharova.

Lady Sharova's aides readied her government Tu-144 for immediate departure once she was on board.

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OOC: Okay then.

[i]"We propose the following text for the agreement"[/i]-Lady Sharova

[size="4"][b][u]Vauleyo-Buryatia/Canadian Empire Economic Pact[/b][/u][/size]

[u]Article 1:[/u] The undersigned nations agree to increase trade in goods and services between their nations under the auspices of this agreement

[u]Article 2:[/u] In the interest of increasing trade, the undersigned nations agree to reduce tariffs on all goods imported from the other signatory by [b]1.3%[/b]

[u]Article 3:[/u] The undersigned nations shall promote an increase in financial investment in such a way that does not violate any law or ordinance in either signatory.
Article 4:[/u] The agreement is purely economic in scope, and therefore does not include diplomatic or military components. Accordingly, due to existing policies, the government of Vauleyo-Buryatia shall not exchange diplomats with the Canadian Empire, nor shall the Canadian Empire be permitted to establish an embassy in Vauleyo-Buryatia

[u]Article 5:[/u] In the event one of the signatories wishes to cancel this agreement, they are required to inform the other signatory two days before the agreement is canceled.

[b]Signed for the Socialist Union of Vauleyo-Buryatia[/b]

[b]Signed for the Canadian Empire[/b][/quote]

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