Sarah Tintagyl Posted May 20, 2010 Report Share Posted May 20, 2010 While negotiations were pending of French involvement in both the Confederation of Arctic Nations, as well as the Republic of York, for France to succeed in its endeavors on the North American Continent it could not stop with just those few nations. Especially if the unfortunate event occurred where those nations would shut Imperial negotiations out. York had yet to respond to a letter postmarked from the Empress days, perhaps weeks ago. Therese therefore turned her attention to the bridge between the war-ridden central North America to the area once belonging to New England, specifically J Andres. This ancient nation would prove to be a necessity if France's influence was to continue to expand on the continent. Therefore a letter was sent to the Head of State of the Maritime Republic. [quote] [i][b]TO: The Esteemed Head of State of the Maritime Republic of J Andres From: HIH Therese I, Empress of France[/b][/i] [i]Excellency, I hope this letter finds both you and your country well, recently the French Empire has been able to expand onto the North American Continent as we aid the people of the Canadian Imperium to recover from their nuclear strike from rogue forces. As such, one of the primary goals of the Empire has been to secure strong and rewarding relationships with the states across the continent, with negotiations having begun between many of the Arctic Nations, as well as the Republic of York, J Andres seems as though the next best movement for friendship. We do not know much of one another, but as continental neighbors now as well as sharing the Atlantic, I would be honored to learn about your people as much as possible. Therefore, this letter is an invitation for you to come to Versailles and we can discuss the possibility of greater friendships. I await your response in haste. Sincerely, Therese Zelle[/i] [b]Empress of France[/b] [/quote] Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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