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Seoul General Assembly - Blue Wizard - 12.08.2017 05:25

Seoul General Assembly


The Seoul General Assembly is the world's international deliberative and policy-making body. Resolutions on important matters, such as international security, require a simple majority vote.

Voting Members:

Every national government is entitled to representation and one (1) vote in the General Assembly.

*Voting privileges may be temporarily suspended as a putative measure with a three-fourths (3/4) majority vote.

Past Resolutions:

Resolution 002: "A Resolution to Authorize Military Interventions in DeusPatriae, Dapu, DeutschesReich, and Serenia"*

Resolutions Currently Under Consideration:


Resolution 001: "A Resolution to Counter Climate Change"

*Investigation currently underway



RE: Seoul General Assembly - Ups500 - 12.08.2017 10:44

New Resolution:





This is the official foreign minister of the AfdU Carlos I speaking:



Honorable Dain Ironfoot II, ladies and gentlemen,

to counter climate change I herewith propose a resolution regarding environmental issues:

Quote:

Article 1



This Agreement responses to the threat of climate change by increasing the global environment over 300 until the year 2019 (Quarter 118).

Article 2



In order to reach those goals as set out in Article 1


  1. every Superpower undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 5% of the Gross domestic product.
  2. every Industrial power and Resource power undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 4% of the Gross domestic product.
  3. every emerging nation and industrial country undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 3% of the Gross domestic product.
  4. every postcommunistic and fundamentalist undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 2% of the Gross domestic product.
  5. every Developing country undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 1% of the Gross domestic product.


till the year 2019 (Quarter 118).

Article 3



In order to reach those goals as set out in Article 1


  1. every Superpower undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 2.5% of the Gross domestic product
  2. every Industrial power and Resource power undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 2% of the Gross domestic product
  3. every emerging nation and industrial country undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 1.5% of the Gross domestic product
  4. every postcommunistic and fundamentalist undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 1% of the Gross domestic product
  5. every Developing country undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 0.5% of the Gross domestic product


till the year 2010 (Quarter 88).


Article 4




  1. Superpowers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2013.
  2. Industrial powers and Resource powers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 20% till the year 2013.
  3. Emerging nations and industrial countries not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 20% till the year 2013.
  4. Postcommunistics and fundamentalists not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 20% till the year 2013.
  5. Developing countries not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 15% till the year 2013.


This regulation becomes invalid if the military is lower than 400 000 troops in Quarter 88.


Article 5




  1. Superpowers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 2 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2022.
  2. Industrial powers and Resource powers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 2 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2022.
  3. Emerging nations and industrial countries not meeting the objectives as set out in article 2 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2022.
  4. Postcommunistics and fundamentalists not meeting the objectives as set out in article 2 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2022.
  5. Developing countries not meeting the objectives as set out in article 2 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2022.


This regulation becomes invalid if the military is lower than 400 000 troops in Quarter 118.


Article 6


The international community is free to act against Nations not meeting the objectives as set out in article 5 and 4.

Nations not meeting the objectives as set out in article 5 and 4 can be occupied at the behest of the world leader or at the behest of the simple majority of the Seoul General Assembly by every other nation.

As soon as possible after the succesful occupation the new government needs to introduce the reform Pacifism.




RE: Seoul General Assembly - Blue Wizard - 13.08.2017 04:12

Distinguished Governments of Seoul:

The Honorable Mr. Ups500 has introduced Resolution 001, "A Resolution to Counter Climate Change" for consideration.

The floor is now open for proposed amendments.

I respectfully yield the floor,

-Dain Ironfoot
Secretary-General, Seoul General Assembly


RE: Seoul General Assembly - cloudsky01 - 14.08.2017 08:45


Oganda acknowledges and appreciates the attempt to improve the global environment. We also appreciate the way that the different state classes will be treated differently based on their economic capacity.

However, as a representative of two developing nations, Oganda and Sera, we do not feel that Article 4 is fair on the smaller economies of the postcommunistic, fundamentalist and developing states. Under Article 4 of the treaty, Oganda and Sera would be expected to reach a relative spending target 1/5 (20%) of the superpower target, yet be penalised with a 3/5 (60%) relative penalty on military size if the target is not met. The same is true for postcommunistic and fundamentalist states, although the case is not as extreme.

These state classes generally are less able to make big changes in spending levels, and by setting such high restrictions on them you also restrict one of their easiest ways of increasing their GDP, which is not fair, considering their existing economic disadvantage.

Instead, we propose that Article 4 be modified as follows:
1. Superpowers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2013.

2. Industrial powers and Resource powers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 20% till the year 2013.

3. Emerging nations and industrial countries not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 15% till the year 2013.

4. Postcommunistics and fundamentalists not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 10% till the year 2013.

5. Developing countries not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 5% till the year 2013.
_____________________________________________________________

We understand if a 5% penalty seems too low given the 400,000 military requirement, and may be willing to compromise on a higher level between 5-10%.
Oganda and Sera would then be willing to accept the treaty.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Alexei B.Miller - 14.08.2017 23:24

(Elena Vasilyeva - Director of External Relations)



Colleagues and World Leaders,

The Yuzhprom Group supports climate change and continues to implement budget transfers at the maximum rate to supporting this agenda. However we will never support legislation which demands nations reduce their military capacity for failing to meet an arbitrary amount of environmental spending. While recognize that this chamber is a chamber of nations and not alliance; Volkerbund nations wholeheartedly share a common interest in secure military capacities and I can that I believe our states who chose to recognize this chamber will vote in opposition to this legislation.

The Yuzhprom Groups Board of Directors will consider a revised proposal that we believe will be accepted by our colleagues in Volkerbund.

High Regards,
Elena Vasilyeva
Director of External Relations
JSC Yuzhpromgrup



RE: Seoul General Assembly - General Mangi - 15.08.2017 01:40

Principala echos the motion of Elena vasilyeva


RE: Seoul General Assembly - MrProper - 15.08.2017 08:42


Khan Braunschweiger
President of Mongolia

Wadzemadda world community? Crom laughs at ze rediculous proposal from Carlos I. Dat’s right. Mongolia considers itself an industrialized country and therefora falls into category 3 of Article 2. Given ze beer and mead we require, it iss simply not possible to spend dat much money on ze environment.
Reject dat proposal. Do it! Do it now!




RP-off: At least in my state, the proposed goals are not feasible yet alone by mathematics. I have always increased environmental spendings by the maximum permitted in the respective winter term [1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8]. Currently, I have a PE environment of 3.09 Bil. € and a GDP of 872.35 Bil. €. The effective ratio on environmental spendings thus is 0.3519% with respect to the GDP; round about 10 times lower than what it is supposed to be in 2013. Assuming quarter wise increases of 16% in the next 10 years (and that I do not miss a single budget change in my holiday), I would end up with a ratio of 1.55% in 2013* - half of what has been proposed. All of that does not even yet consider the fact that inflation affects budget adjustments as well.

* I use the following formular for the calculation:
spendings ratio in x many years = actual ratio * (budget increases) ^ years = 0.3519% * 1.16 ^ 10 = 1.55%


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Alexei B.Miller - 16.08.2017 22:10

(Elena Vasilyeva - Director of External Relations)


Yuzhprom Group proposes Resolution on Environmental Support and Restoration



The Yuzhprom Group submits for debate and vote to the floor a symbolic resolution for nations to support the international efforts at combating climate change. The Resolution which is non-binding shall read as the following:


The General Assembly,


Believing it highly desirable that a United Nations conference on
environment and development be convened no later than 2005,

Aware that serious environmental problems are arising in all countries
and that these problems must be progressively addressed through preventive
measures at their source,

Emphasizing the common goal of all countries to strengthen international
co-operation for the promotion of growth and development worldwide and
recognizing that, in view of the global character of major environmental
problems, all countries have a common interest in pursuing policies aimed at
achieving sustainable and environmentally sound development within a sound
ecological balance,

Noting that the critical objectives for environment and development
policies that follow from the need for sustainable and environmentally sound
development must include creating a healthy, clean and safe environment,
reviving growth and improving its quality, remedying the problems of poverty
and the satisfaction of human needs through raising the standard of living and
the quality of life, addressing the issues of population and of conserving and
enhancing the resource base, reorienting technology and managing risk and
merging environment and economics in decision-making,

Aware that a supportive international economic environment that would
result in sustained economic growth and development in all countries,
particularly in developing countries, is of major importance for sound
management of the environment,

Stressing that it is important for all countries to take effective
measures for the protection, restoration and enhancement of the environment in
accordance, inter alia, with their respective capabilities, and, at the same
time, acknowledging the efforts being made in all countries in this regard,
including international co-operation between developed and developing
countries,

Noting the fact that the largest part of the current emission of
pollutants into the environment, including toxic and hazardous wastes,
originates in developed countries, and therefore recognizing that those
countries have the main responsibility for combating such pollution,

Reaffirming the need for additional financial resources from the
international community effectively to support developing countries in
identifying, analysing, monitoring, managing or preventing environmental
problems in accordance with their national development plans, priorities and
objectives,

Reaffirming also the need for developed countries and the appropriate
organs and organizations of the United Nations system to strengthen technical
co-operation with the developing countries to enable them to develop and
strengthen their capacity for identifying, analysing, monitoring, managing or
preventing environmental problems in accordance with their national
development plans, priorities and objectives,

Recognizing the importance of international co-operation in the research
and development of environmentally sound technology and recognizing the need
for an international exchange of experience and knowledge as well as the
promotion of the transfer of technology for the protection and enhancement of
the environment, especially in developing countries, in accordance with
national laws, regulations and policies,

Reaffirming the need for the international community to play a catalytic
role in technical co-operation among developing countries in the field of the
environment, and inviting the appropriate organs and organizations of the
United Nations system to co-operate, at the request of the parties concerned,
in the promotion and strengthening of such co-operation,

Aware that threats to the environment often have a transboundary impact
and that their urgent nature requires strengthened international co-operative
action, inter alia, by assessing and providing early warning to the world
community on serious environmental threats within the framework of
Seoulwatch,


Noting the importance of exploring the best ways and means to promote
sustainable and environmentally sound development in all countries, taking
into account economic and financial capacities of impoverished states,

Considering in this context that the conference could, inter alia:

(a) Review trends in policies and action taken by all countries and
international organizations to protect and enhance the environment and to
examine how environmental concerns have been incorporated in economic and
social policies and planning since the United Nations Conference on the Human
Environment in 2000,

(b) Assess major environmental problems, risks and opportunities
associated with economic activities in all countries,

© Make recommendations for further strengthened international
co-operative action within a set of priorities to be established by the
conference, define the research and development effort required to implement
such recommendations, and indicate financial requirements for their
implementation, together with a definition of possible sources for such
financing,



The Yuzhprom Group moves to have Resolution moved for immediate debate for the next 48 hours before being placed to floor vote.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - General Mangi - 17.08.2017 00:32

Principala proposes that a retroactive vote be held concerning Oganda's conquest of Sera.

I believe it would be only fair, since Oganda did not have to meet the same threshold of support that Principala and Afdu did/does.

I would vote yes on the conquest of Sera, however, others should be able to voice their vote on that matter independently.

Thank you.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Alexei B.Miller - 17.08.2017 00:58

(Elena Vasilyeva - Director of External Relations)


Greetings,

We understand the frustration and agree that your alliances did not face the same requirements that Oganda did to occupy its neighbors. However we ask the General Mangi if it worth setting the precedent to unravel now stable international borders at the whim of nations? We ask how if a potential vote is passed how would it be carried out and how would control of the territory be transferred away? What administrative capacities does the General Assembly possess to administer these territories?

These are questions that must be sorted before we could agree to a yes vote on the proposal. Rather we encourage the General to support block votes in which all alliance acquisitions are placed on a general ballot. This way all alliances would be inclined to vote yes on the measures in order to briskly secure their territorial requests. A No vote would mean all nations/alliances are equally not pleased and same with concept with a yes vote. This is the most logical way to present this; Yuzhpromgrup would certainly vote yes in this situation. The Volkerbund will request to add two additional states to this list as we've determined these states to be derelict and within our right sphere of influence. We will submit this request as a provisional addition once a block ballot is presented ind raft form.

In addition, the Yuzhpromgrup invites Prinipala officials to Yuzhnygrad to further discuss these proposals and look for ways to further cooperate and unify our efforts to secure our interests. Yuzhpromgrup wishes to ensure its commercial interest in Greater Europa will be intact after an eventual annexation of this region occurs. Also the Directorate of International Commerce is ready to present Principala officials with the case for investing in the country and hopes to conclude bilateral trade agreements.

Separately, The Volkerbund motions to officially oblige the World Leader to utilize his administrative power to officially and permanently eliminate the structures and institution of the Security Council. This authority originates from the precedent of the World Leader to have already created the Security Council and the current de facto internationally recognized General Assembly. The General Assembly will now be obliged to vote on the creation of additional international organs of power.


Highest Regards,
Elena Vasilyeva
Director of External Relations
JSC Yuzhpromgrup



RE: Seoul General Assembly - Blue Wizard - 17.08.2017 01:49

Distinguished Delegates of the General Assembly:

Unless there are any objections, may we proceed with a vote on Director Vasilyeva's non-binding resolution?

With respect to your request, General Mangi, the Ogandan intervention in Sera will be included as a provision in the upcoming resolution on solving the global humanitarian crisis.

Finally, it will please Director Vasilyeva and the sovereign governments of Volkerbund to know that the Security Council has been officially dissolved and that the General Assembly is the only non-alliance international body with any legal authority.

I respectfully yield the floor.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Ups500 - 17.08.2017 16:46


Official foreign minister of the AfdU; Carlos I



Honorable Dain Ironfoot II, honorable Elena Vasilyeva, honorable Khan Braunschweiger, ladies and gentlemen,

I welcome that also other nations see the absolutely necessity to protect our environment and to counter climate change. Notwithstanding I think that your undertakings are only symbolic and will not lead to any success. This is why I think that your resolution regarding this matter, Mrs. Vasilyevas, is unnecessary.
Instead I implemented the suggestions of Oganda and and Khan Braunschweiger and hope that the majority of the Soul General Assembly can agree to the resolution now.

This is why I ask you, honorable Dain II, to start the poll regarding this matter.

(I would also like to mention that SQ-environment can be increased by tasks.)

Quote:

Article 1



This Agreement responses to the threat of climate change by increasing the global environment over 300 until the year 2019 (Quarter 118).

Article 2



In order to reach those goals as set out in Article 1


  1. every Superpower undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 5% of the Gross domestic product.
  2. every Industrial power and Resource power undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 4% of the Gross domestic product.
  3. every emerging nation and industrial country undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 2% of the Gross domestic product.
  4. every postcommunistic and fundamentalist undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 2% of the Gross domestic product.
  5. every Developing country undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 1% of the Gross domestic product.


till the year 2019 (Quarter 118).

Article 3



In order to reach those goals as set out in Article 1


  1. every Superpower undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 2.5% of the Gross domestic product
  2. every Industrial power and Resource power undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 2% of the Gross domestic product
  3. every emerging nation and industrial country undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 1% of the Gross domestic product
  4. every postcommunistic and fundamentalist undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 1% of the Gross domestic product
  5. every Developing country undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 0.5% of the Gross domestic product


till the year 2010 (Quarter 88).


Article 4




  1. Superpowers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2013.
  2. Industrial powers and Resource powers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 20% till the year 2013.
  3. Emerging nations and industrial countries not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 15% till the year 2013.
  4. Postcommunistics and fundamentalists not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 10% till the year 2013.
  5. Developing countries not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to disarm the military by 5% till the year 2013.


This regulation becomes invalid if the military is lower than 400 000 troops in Quarter 88.


Article 5




  1. Superpowers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 2 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2022.
  2. Industrial powers and Resource powers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 2 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2022.
  3. Emerging nations and industrial countries not meeting the objectives as set out in article 2 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2022.
  4. Postcommunistics and fundamentalists not meeting the objectives as set out in article 2 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2022.
  5. Developing countries not meeting the objectives as set out in article 2 undertake to disarm the military by 25% till the year 2022.


This regulation becomes invalid if the military is lower than 400 000 troops in Quarter 118.


Article 6


The international community is free to act against Nations not meeting the objectives as set out in article 5 and 4.

Nations not meeting the objectives as set out in article 5 and 4 can be occupied at the behest of the world leader or at the behest of the simple majority of the Seoul General Assembly by every other nation.

As soon as possible after the succesful occupation the new government needs to introduce the reform Pacifism.




RE: Seoul General Assembly - Alexei B.Miller - 17.08.2017 21:45

(Elena Vasilyeva - Director of External Relations)


Yuzhprom Group will not accept military regulation attached to environmental progress


Honorable, Carlos I; World Leaders and Colleagues,


The Yuzhprom Group cannot accept programs which impose limitations on the security potential of our state or allies which are pegged to environmental progress. Despite the countries position as an Amazonian country; we are limited in our abilities to exercise control over every inch of these territories at this time. This is 100% due to the small military we maintain. Therefore we are unable to fully enforce current environmental laws and illegal loggers and poachers are able to pursue their activities under the cover of thick forest and and flood lands.

This is why the Board of Directors have signed off on the new State Defense Order which procures the military equipment needed to support a larger armed forces to control this region effectively. The Directorate of National Defense is now under express orders to double military potential. In the same breath the Directorate of Environmental Control receives annual budget increases every single year. In addition to these changes; the Yuzhprom Corporate Congress has passed a resolution which has been signed by the Board of Directors to implement economic development and other legislation which will be environmentally sound.

Unfortunately we are more than positive that this resolution in the current form will fail. The military limitations must be removed and replaced with a diplomatic ratings decrease.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Blue Wizard - 17.08.2017 21:50

Honorable Foreign Minister:

It will please you to know that I will immediately hold a vote on the revised version of Resolution 001.

I respectfully yied the floor.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Ups500 - 24.08.2017 16:56


Official foreign minister of the AfdU; Carlos I



Honourable ladies and gentleman,

My stuff reworked our failed environment resolution. I hope it is a compromise against efforts of states which will not accept degradation by reducing their military. I marked the differences by red colour.

I look forward to your suggestions regarding this matter.

Version 2 Wrote:

Article 1



This Agreement responses to the threat of climate change by increasing the global environment over 300 until the year 2019 (Quarter 118).

Article 2



In order to reach those goals as set out in Article 1


  1. every Superpower undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 5% of the Gross domestic product.
  2. every Industrial power and Resource power undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 4% of the Gross domestic product.
  3. every emerging nation and industrial country undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 2% of the Gross domestic product.
  4. every postcommunistic and fundamentalist undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 2% of the Gross domestic product.
  5. every Developing country undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 1% of the Gross domestic product.


till the year 2019 (Quarter 118).

Article 3



In order to reach those goals as set out in Article 1


  1. every Superpower undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 2.5% of the Gross domestic product
  2. every Industrial power and Resource power undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 2% of the Gross domestic product
  3. every emerging nation and industrial country undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 1% of the Gross domestic product
  4. every postcommunistic and fundamentalist undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 1% of the Gross domestic product
  5. every Developing country undertake to increase its PE environment spending over 0.5% of the Gross domestic product


till the year 2010 (Quarter 88).


Article 4




  1. Superpowers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to transfer 8% of their GDP to the state with the highest environment value in Quarter 88 till the year 2013.
  2. Industrial powers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to transfer 8% of their GDP to the state with the second highest environment value in Quarter 88 till the year 2013.
  3. Resource powers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to transfer 6% of their GDP to the state with the highest environment value in Quarter 88 till the year 2013.
  4. Emerging nations and industrial countries not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to transfer 5% of their GDP to the state with the third highest environment value in Quarter 88 till the year 2013.
  5. Developing countries and fundamentalists not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to transfer 4% of their GDP to the state with the fourth highest environment value in Quarter 88 till the year 2013.



Article 5




  1. Superpowers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to transfer 8% of their GDP to the state with the highest environment value in Quarter 118 till the year 2022.
  2. Industrial powers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to transfer 8% of their GDP to the state with the second highest environment value in Quarter 118 till the year 2022.
  3. Resource powers not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to transfer 6% of their GDP to the state with the highest environment value in Quarter 118 till the year 2022.
  4. Emerging nations and industrial countries not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to transfer 5% of their GDP to the state with the third highest environment value in Quarter 118 till the year 2022.
  5. Developing countries and fundamentalists not meeting the objectives as set out in article 3 undertake to transfer 4% of their GDP to the state with the fourth highest environment value in Quarter 118 till the year 2022.


Article 6


All these payments based on this resolution needs to be sign off by the world leader.

The international community is free to act against Nations not meeting the objectives as set out in article 5 and 4.

Nations not meeting the objectives as set out in article 5 and 4 can be occupied at the behest of the world leader or at the behest of the simple majority of the Seoul General Assembly by every other nation.

As soon as possible after the successful occupation the new government needs to introduce the reform Pacifism.




RE: Seoul General Assembly - Alexei B.Miller - 26.08.2017 18:49

Greetings,

This legislation is dead, we are all aware that it has no support anywhere. We cannot and will not support returning this legislation to the floor. Only a completely reworked bill with sponsorship of major powers will likely be successful.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - General Mangi - 26.08.2017 19:36

Alexei B.Miller Wrote:
Greetings,

This legislation is dead, we are all aware that it has no support anywhere. We cannot and will not support returning this legislation to the floor. Only a completely reworked bill with sponsorship of major powers will likely be successful.


seconded strongly!


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Blue Wizard - 29.08.2017 16:58

Distinguished Delegates of the General Assembly:

I do not even know where to begin.

For reasons that remain unclear to me, General Mangi's government mobilized its military to defend Ceronia, a nation that is suffering from a humanitarian crisis and would have benefited from regime change. As a result of the general's decision, over a million soldiers from Kourion were killed, and Ceronia's government has completely collapsed, leaving that nation's citizens in the thralls of anarchy.

In what is undoubtedly the greatest overreaction in Seoul's history to date, Kourion and its Volkerbund partners retaliated by launching a massive nuclear strike against Mangarzian, killing hundreds of thousands of people and devastating that nation's infrastructure and environment.

Moving forward, I implore the representatives of Mangarzian, Kourion, and Volkerbund to abort any planned military actions and come to the negotiating table. It is never too late for diplomacy!

I respectfully yield the floor.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Alexei B.Miller - 30.08.2017 01:18

(Elena Vasilyeva - Director of External Relations)


Yuzhprom confident of an impending diplomatic resolution



The Yuzhprom Group Management Committee seeks to broker the beginning of talks between leadership of the alliance Volkerbund, the World Leader, and LDSS. The company seeks the immediate cessation of hostilities and aggression between all parties. The current and projected cost of a protracted conflict are astronomical; this figure erodes profitability of the corporation in the near future.

The corporation prepares to reduce capital expenditures in order to offset the financial difficulties incurred. These savings will be shifted to the strategic interest of the company which is to preserve the territorial integrity of the organization. We invite the leadership of Principala and LDSS to Yuzhnygrad to meet with alliance officials to discuss the origin and settlement of the unfortunate events. We are confident a solution with be found.

Highest Regards,
Elena Vasilyeva
Director of External Relations
JSC Yuzhpromgrup



RE: Seoul General Assembly - Blue Wizard - 30.08.2017 06:25

Distinguished Delegates of the General Assembly:

I hereby call upon the governments of Lorestan and Vaterland to immediately abort their offensive military operations against Mangarzian.

As noted by the honorable Director Vasilyeva of Yuzhpromgrup, this crisis has the potential to escalate to the level of global catastrophe, especially considering the recent merger of Principala and LDSS.

I respectfully request that the other sovereign governments of Seoul join me in lobbying the leadership of Volkerbund to return to the negotiating table.

I yield the floor.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - General Mangi - 30.08.2017 20:42

We are ready to negotiate with Volkerbund but they do not respond. I guess they want until the world is ruined by nuclear weapons. Sad very sad.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Torgai - 30.08.2017 21:57

We did not start this war!

Mangi did! There were agreements with Ups to cede Ceronia to the AdFU. Mangi intervened without ANY right to do so and destroyed the Kourian Troops.

So Mangi and Mangarzian declared the war and acted aggressively. We only reacted. We tried to negotiate but Mangi is not ready to see his mistake and wants to have gains from this conflict.

Völkerbund will not surrender itself to Principala and Mangi, we will not surrender ourselves to chaos and anarchy. We want peace and stability.

Ups tried to stabilize destabilized states. The Völkerbund agreed. Mangi acted illegal and without any foundation.

Peace can only be achieved by Mangi seeing his mistake. And giving reparations to not only Kourian, but also Völkerbund.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - ystradband - 30.08.2017 22:15

As a newcomer to Seoul and a neutral observer, I am not fully aware of the world's history.

However, it seems to me that the way to get someone to 'see their mistake', however subjective or egregious this 'mistake' may be, is not to start launching nuclear attacks indiscriminately. To see these weapons of mass distruction invading our airspace, killing our neighbours and polluting our continent is an outrage. Clearly we are not in a position to effect change and the perpetrators have no intention of resolving things diplomatically. It seems that the world community is unable to do much either and we will be left to try to pick up the pieces. These actions have at least the tacit support of strong alliances, as the offenders remain members. Sad times indeed for Seoul.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - General Mangi - 30.08.2017 22:18

I simply did want Koirion did to me, I defended the state he was attacking.

Also Volkerbund gave no indication that they had ceded ceronia to Kourion. Of course I would not have intervened if I knew this.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - ystradband - 30.08.2017 22:29

So, given what's happened and where we are now, is there any possible way forward that can end these wars and the bombings? I realise that this can only be decided by those who are on the offensive against General Mangi at this point. I'm sure that most observers would be keen on a resolution while the world environment can still be salvaged - and that this would ultimately be in the interest of those currently waging war as well.

I have seen General Mangi in action and could maybe act as a bridge between the two sides if it can pave the way to a quick resolution that stops further bombings and bloodshed.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Alexei B.Miller - 30.08.2017 23:00

(Elena Vasilyeva - Director of External Relations)



Greetings,

The Directorate of External Relations hereby motions for World Leader to issue a memorandum to begin the process of ending the conflict. We believe that if Mangi's statement is true that mild settlement condition can be applied. We should all be aware that while Ceronia is an original Volkerbund territory that there was no legal rationale for Mangi to deploy forces to the country to begin with. Yes we still believe that Ceronia did the same exact thing to Mangi and should have originally been dealt with outside the realm of Volkerbund claimed territory. For Volkerbunds part we should have communicated better the legal transfer Ceronia to Afdu. However the loss of a million Afdu soldiers is a disproportionate response to the 15k Principala troops killed when Afdu intervened in Mangi's defacto intervention.

Due to the disproportionate loss of military personnel lost due to Mangi's intervention anyone can see why Torgai and Esser who maintain separate bilateral defense agreements with Ups country would have had to intervene in order to reciprocate the unfounded damages against Ups. The Yuzhpromgrup is certain that Mangi's government had no intention of eliminating that many soldiers and is possibly the result of rogue generals leading the offensive. These generals must be held accountable.

The Yuzhpromgrup recommends reparations of 40 billion rubles from Principala to Afdu, 1 billion rubles to Volkerbund. We also recommend those rogue military officials be identity and turned over to international custody for war crimes. Furthermore we recommend a temporarily global pause in defense spending to be made in good faith. Lastly, the Yuzhpromgrup holds the Presidency in the Seoul Corporate Alliance and the forum urges a quick transition back into global peace. The Corporate Alliance recommends LDSS and Volkerbund sign a Peace and Cooperation Agreement.

The miscommunication between legal, diplomatic, and military leaders has led to this event. The cooperation agreement between the two largest alliance will eliminate the chances of war virtually forever. These steps need to be taken immediately in order to reverse the recession the world is rapidly sliding into. The Corporate Alliance which comprises over 1,000 corporations globally and produces 37% of the worlds GDP supports peace. From here on out we won't point fingers, we will work towards a solution.

Yuzhpromgrup yields the floor

Highest Regards,
Elena Vasilyeva
Director of External Relations
JSC Yuzhpromgrup



RE: Seoul General Assembly - General Mangi - 30.08.2017 23:21

Some of the above is fair other is ridiculous. There will be no reparations. My state has been nuked 8 times and there were no rogue generals. general mangi ordered those forces to move on Kourions forces. Also I think if we are going to talk about disproportionate response I think the nukes balances that out.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Blue Wizard - 31.08.2017 19:31

Distinguished Delegates of the General Assembly:

I rise in strong support of the statements uttered by the Honorable Ystradband.

Volkerbund's persistent launching of nuclear strikes has significantly undermined that organization's credibility in the eyes of this office and, I suspect, in the eyes of several sovereign governments.

It is with a heavy heart that I yield the floor.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Torgai - 31.08.2017 21:08

Völkerbund will not back down.

Völkerbund will not give up rightful territories.

Völkerbund will not accept the disrespectful suggestions from General Mangi.

But as we want to esnure stability and peace in the world. We are ready to not use nuclear weapons today if the other side is ready to do the same.

There can be negotiations but only if the rightful engagement of Völkerbund is accepted. The Operations of General Mangi are acknowledged as illegal by everyone and this assembly. And that Mangi has to contribute to Völkerbund, not Völkerbund to Mangi.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - adriansh - 01.09.2017 00:36

Honorable delegates,

Amestris does not condone the usage of WMD for any reason whatsoever, our world's environment has already suffered quite a lot. We musn't keep talking about the use of such weapons that could easily destroy life as we know it. Such a conflict could only be seen as a war of attrition by all sides.

Hereby i propose with the world leader's aid to summon an emergency assembly with representatives from all alliances to pact an international treaty that would strictly forbid the usage and development of Weapons of Mass Destruction.

We ask all international leaders to be mature enough to reach an agreement despite existing differences on other issues.


Maria Corina Machado, Amestrian representative for Seoul Assembly


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Alexei B.Miller - 01.09.2017 01:00

Greetings,

The Yuzhpromgrup supports the proposal from our South American neighbor. Our corporation will pledge to restrict the proliferation of nuclear technologies to our African subsidiaries if an agreement can be reached. We would also be willing to provide South America's principle nuclear deterrent in order to dissuade the further development of nuclear technologies at least on our continent.

With the General Mangi gone, we can only suggest ways to ensure peace remains between LDSS and Volkerbund since the subject of contention has been removed. We also hope to develop and implement meaningful policies regulating atomic weaponry and research. The Yuzhpromgrup is a reliable partner and will work to ensure this policy succeeds.

Regards,
JSC Yuzhpromgrup



RE: Seoul General Assembly - Blue Wizard - 02.09.2017 21:40

Distinguished Delegates of the General Assembly:

I welcome Mr. Torgai's willingness to negotiate. Furthermore, I second the joint proposal by the Honorable Representative Machado and the Honorable Director Vasilyeva.

Are the ladies from Amestris and Yuzhpromgrup prepared to draft a resolution that regulates atomic arsenals?

I respectfully yield the floor.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Alexei B.Miller - 02.09.2017 22:31

Greetings,

Now that factors which have led to this terrible event have passed. We see no need to actively pursue these matters. We would instead place our focus on the redevelopment of the economies of the region's we've recently acquired. The Yuzhprom Group is forced to spend considerable sums of money to support the economic recovery of its territories. Some countries need complete economic overhauls in order to resume growth. Therefore we've decided to spend considerably over 100 billion annually across the group on fresh capital expenditure to support the recovery.

Our prized subsidiary Yuzhtrans requires the most support as the middle class has collapsed, and government revenue has severely diminished as a result of the falls in consumption tax income. We invite partners from across the globe to begin investing and trading with this region in order to support its recovery. The Board of Directors has authorized the largest spending package to be unleashed in the territory to shore up investor confidence and recover losses.

Best Regards,
JSC Yuzhpromgrup



RE: Seoul General Assembly - adriansh - 03.09.2017 01:52

Alexei B.Miller Wrote:
Greetings,

Now that factors which have led to this terrible event have passed. We see no need to actively pursue these matters. We would instead place our focus on the redevelopment of the economies of the region's we've recently acquired. The Yuzhprom Group is forced to spend considerable sums of money to support the economic recovery of its territories. Some countries need complete economic overhauls in order to resume growth. Therefore we've decided to spend considerably over 100 billion annually across the group on fresh capital expenditure to support the recovery.

Our prized subsidiary Yuzhtrans requires the most support as the middle class has collapsed, and government revenue has severely diminished as a result of the falls in consumption tax income. We invite partners from across the globe to begin investing and trading with this region in order to support its recovery. The Board of Directors has authorized the largest spending package to be unleashed in the territory to shore up investor confidence and recover losses.

Best Regards,
JSC Yuzhpromgrup


Amestrian government does not agree with Yuzhpromgrup's statement about WMD, we believe that not regulating and pacting an agreement from all interested parts might come to affect international community in some possible conflict that might happen in the future, we invite representatives to take this passed conflicts to reflect about the damage that a WMD can do to Seoul.

We must be wise and learn from the horrors of our past, so it will never happen again in the future.

No economies can be hurt from preventing the proliferation and usage of WMD. Countries that have been afflicted by such weapons have lost an enormous amount of human capital,land and resources that will never be recovered and to Amestris there is no greater danger to global economy than that.

Maria Corina Machado, Amestrian representative for Seoul General Assembly.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Alexei B.Miller - 04.09.2017 01:09

Greetings,

The JSC Yuzhprom Group would be willing to extend nuclear potential of the Strategic Missile Forces to defend the territorial integrity of your country on a case by case basis. We would like this privilege to be extended to our corporation as well. The formulation of a double nuclear deterrent should be sufficient to ensure the territorial integrity of our countries.

Regards,
JSC YUZHPROMGRUP



RE: Seoul General Assembly - Alexei B.Miller - 14.09.2017 23:57

Greetings,

The Yuzhprom Group reaffirms it commitment to promote the stability of the international community. The corporate group has agreed to conduct a much needed intervention into the inactive State of Rist. As the corporation has sizable commercial and cultural links to the state; it would be incomprehensible to allow the persons in the country and our citizens and personnel to suffer under the lack of organized government.

While regional governors do their best to ensure stability within their respective subnational territories. The lack of a strong central government promotes the instability of the South American economy as there is no functioning regulators at the national level. As such; we've noticed the growing power of cartels in the country. Whose forces now number 130K units and threatens the sovereignty of the entire state. The professional and well armed soldiers of the Directorate of National Defense are prepared to and will assist with the stabilization of this territory.

We will eliminate these cartels and restore law and order. The State of Rist will retain its identity as a semi-autonomous estate of the Yuzhprom Group. The government in Yuzhnygrad will only regulate its security, foreign affairs/ trade, and financial markets and policy. Local leaders will control all other domestic policy in the territory. Corporate officials will also direct the state's environmental rehabilitation programs; as the Yuzhprom Group is party to the unofficial intergovernmental agreements to enhance environment this region will also be obligated to comply with this understanding. The DND is preparing its units for the intervention and forces will deploy immediately after the Volkerbund Ministry of Defense issues approval.

Best Regards,
JSC Yuzhprom Group


RE: Seoul General Assembly - adriansh - 16.09.2017 03:52

Amestris sees this invasion to its neighbour country as a direct threat and as a De-Facto declaration of war.

We will not sit idle while Yuhztrans starts building its empire around Amestris!

We urge Yuhztranian troops to retreat inmediately before escalating the situation.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Alexei B.Miller - 17.09.2017 01:07

Greetings,

The Amestris has 12 hours to withdraw its forces from Rist or our military potential will be directed towards your country including the full power of the Yuzhprom Group nuclear forces. We urge our partners who have ignores our initial warnings and did not offer a diplomatic way to address the issue. Rather we will wipe out 100,000 citizens of Amestris for every soldier killed in combat with Amestris forces in Rist.

This event will unfortunately force the Yuzhprom Group to implement war corporatism. We will not rest until your regime is driven from the continent.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - adriansh - 17.09.2017 03:45

Amestris has tolerated enough of Yuzhprom's imperialistic ways.

The people of Amestris are ready to a war of attrition if it comes to it.

We will not discuss any peace terms unless Yuhzprom leaves Rist.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Alexei B.Miller - 17.09.2017 15:47

The Yuzhprom Group declares war against Amestris, due to the atomic attack against South Yuzhprom. The Directorate of Emergency Situations is still calculating the damage totals but the humanitarian and economic impacts are predicted to be in the billions.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Alexei B.Miller - 28.09.2017 03:36


Yuzhnygrad implements anti-terror operation under international auspices



Yuzhnygrad


The Executive Council has ordered the Directorate of National Defense to begin implementing anti-terrorism operations all throughout the Yuzhpromgrup Capital Region. The mission comes as extremism has risen sharply in the region as unemployment rises and some of the populations reacts to Yuzhnygrads extensive use of armed forces outside the country. Nationalist claim that the opening up of the country to citizens of the newly acquired territories undermine the representation of Russians in the Corporate Duma as the corporation has acquired over 2 billion new citizens making the 120 million Russians in the country under powered in politics.

"We seek to avert this crisis before the political center collapses due to rampant extremism. The entire government is working to prevent this and is establishing credible contingency plans for all scenarios. Our forecast indicate that if extremist increases 3% the government will no longer be able to contain the crisis. We are increasing defense expenditures in other regions and deploying assets especially to Africa in case Yuzhnygrad falls... there would be a significant power vacuum in South America that the Council will aim to close back up immediately. We aim to make Amestis the new center of South American military power, with political power resting in Yuzhtrans."


The Executive Council has sought to allay concerns as Union law stipulates that only ethnic Russians or citizens or ethnic groups of the former Russian empire may hold the highest positions in Union power in ANY subordinate unit of power as well including the corporations of the Gazprom Group. However nationalist demand the power of the Corporate Duma be reduced to prevent ethnic majorities from tieing the hands of the russian controlled Executive Council.

The Council nor the Duma has any plans to redraw the balance of power in the corporate state. Rather Yuzhnygrad is deploying huge troops to streets, increasing police forces, and enhancing education to the population to ensure them the benefits of diversity and integration. Meanwhile the Directorate of Economic Development is crafting plans for a mass public works program to be carried out in the region. Analyst have noted native Russians attribute their joblessness to citizens of the newly acquired territories.

The Directorates of National Defense and the Directorate of Public Safety will work to ensure public safety until employment reforms are implemented. Despite the capital region contributing only 15% to total GDP output, it contains over 47% of the companies total military potential including all of its ICBM stocks, and missile defense capacities. These achievements will be costly and time consuming to replicate in other regions already focusing on maximizing economic development under the protection of Yuzhnygrad's conventional and nuclear strength.

JSC Yuzhprom Group


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Alexei B.Miller - 04.10.2017 00:43


Yuzhpromgrup launches World Leader bid



Vologda

The Leader of Yuzhpromia Viktor Zubkov has announced that his country would launch its bid to achieve Seoul top job. The Leader stated his vision for Seoul involved continuing the stable regime of peace, prosperity and the development of human rights. The Leader also stated he would continue to fight for environmental issues and would lobby World Leaders to begin adopting measures to fight to climate change.

Mr Zubkov has used his country as an example as the capital region of Yuzhpromia has begun to implement an ambitious geo-thermal energy scheme meant to facilitate the phasing out of harsh fossil fuels in the region. The Leader also stated he would like to form a new global security platform backed by the full support and capabilities of ANN and Volkerbund. The platform would also include unaligned states with active regents to discuss the major concerns and issues their regions faces. Mr Zubkov stated:

"I am committed to maintaining the status quo in this stagnant era. Our nations thrive in the current stable regime. And naturally the international community is empowered to take leadership and ownership in the many areas of opportunity. The leadership, achievements, and influence of Yuzhpromia in partnership with our friends and allies will help to ensure Seoul.s continued perseverance and prosperity. "

The election for the World Leader ends quarter 112.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Blue Wizard - 04.10.2017 20:07

Distinguished Delegates of the General Assembly:

I suspect that this announcement will come as a bit of surprise to most of you, but I totally endorse the Honorable Mr. Zubkov's candidacy for Secretary-General of this body.

I was quite content in my retirement and was shocked when I was somehow returned to this position. Moreover, since Volkerbund is the largest and most powerful bloc in the world, it stands to reason that the international community should be led by a member of that organization.

I respectfully yield the floor.


RE: Seoul General Assembly - Alexei B.Miller - 07.11.2017 02:22

(Elena Vasilyeva - Director of External Relations)


Yuzhprom Group throws diplomatic heft behind Bluthan



Yuzhgorod


Today the Yuzhprom Group announces that it will place its full diplomatic backing behind Bluthan towards the World Leader Office. The Director of External Relations shared today:

"Long as this prestigious office been held by a leader which deserves commendation for their role. However the time of the Volkerbund to consolidate its influence over global institutions has arrived. This is why i've directed all territorial divisions of this Directorate to vote for Bluthan. This country is the most capable among us and represents what it is to be a member of the Volkerbund. While the company cannot force outcomes it is our greatest pleasure to back the candidacy of this GREAT nation."


The Yuzhprom is the world's largest corporation comprising a nearly 10 trillion ruble economy and 1.6 billion citizens throughout 6 regions. The entity is a top military power with over 4 million soldiers with the world's largest nuclear arsenal. The company just announced brand new efforts to ramp up economic development and military modernization.