Elrich von Richt Posted May 22, 2010 Report Share Posted May 22, 2010 Empress Ange Ushiromiya's coronation had been an obscure one little more than a week before, and had happened so suddenly. As a child, she had been raised to carry a stoic, blank demeanor on her face by her father, and had kept it to the modern day. Despite being twenty-one, the teachings of her father (and family) still hung over her head and served to sometimes motivate her forward. Understanding some aspects of economics from the family business only served to drive her forward and give her a better handle over the government than Haruhi, less experienced in the real world than herself, had. Upon discussing the options with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Internal Affairs, she began to consider state visitations. Haruhi, in the latter half of her reign, never set foot outside of the Home Islands (sometimes limiting herself to Honshu). This progressive isolationism from society, her people, her nation, and the world made it gradually harder for Japan to communicate with the outside world beyond the Eastern Hemisphere, and the stress eventually got to her and led to her abdication. Ange decided she would be stern, and a be a leader of action. Dabbling with false promises, empty wishes and dreams, was something she couldn't do. Haruhi had unified Japan geographically and politically, now it was up to her to do the clean-up and gain back the faith and adoration of the people. Upon surveying the list of places that would be preferable for a visit at the time, she decided to choose a nation with which Japan held meager to non-existant contact with: Vauleyo-Buryatia. The nation had once been a decent friend to the Haruhiist Empire, and it's political successors up until Etania came to exist. She opted to remove this long period of silence, inactive political cooperation and friendship, and lack of diplomatic ties. Haruhi had been a fool with diplomacy, she wouldn't allow herself to make the same mistakes. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs Office in Tokyo-to thus contacted the Buryatian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Empress Ushiromiya's half, and arranged flight times, schedules, and the meeting destination. The location: Sygh-Varthys. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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