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Indian Ocean Defense And Trade Compact

Post by The Empire of Yhagon on Wed Dec 14, 2016 11:42 pm

Sal Tayir sat in the conference room, twiddling his thumbs. Pale sunlight poured onto his face. He took a deep breath. Sal was waiting for the representatives from the Somali Caliphate. The ties between their two nations were tenuous at best, but they seemed to have some kind of deal that they felt was important. "Most likely more border disputes," he thought. Sal was an Angol, a mechanical aligned person in Yhagon. He preferred the tinkering of gears and the firing of guns to the stuffy rooms full of magical books. He now held the position on the Yhagon council as a co-leader of the military and foreign affairs. The Empire was always willing to negotiate peacefully.

So her sat Sal Tayir. Waiting. He did not expect to be seen soon, because he's learned to expect the unexpected. He also didn't mind waiting. But it was not his preferred activity. Perhaps a conversation over a game of golf would have been more up his alley, but this he did not expect either.
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Post by The Somali Caliphate on Thu Dec 15, 2016 12:53 am

Benjamin Chaim strode into the room calmly and rooted himself in a chair opposite Sal Tayir. An agreeable man of friendly disposition, Chaim was a senior diplomat and negotiator with the Caliphate at home negotiating peaceful settlements between clans and tribes that would sooner pitch themselves to sharks than meet across tea. Still, he had never quite worked on a project such as this; with such high stakes. The man across from himself seemed calm enough though a slight fidgeting of the fingers might hint to nervousness and, sensing as much, Chaim decided to move first, to clear the air. Whilst remaining seated, Chaim spoke a in a clear, yet, gentle tone: "Shalom, friend. I am Benjamin Chaim, current head of the Foreign ministry's section dealing with the Congo and other border frictions along the entirety of the Caliphate's frontier as well as being personally given the authority to create new alliances between our states by the Caliph himself. Now, God permitting, we will begin the process of finding an equitable resolution to the current frictions in the Congo River Basin as well as create articles to ensure mutual economic and military cooperation between our two estimable states that will serve as an example to the rest of the world."
Satisfied with his oration, Benjamin rose and withdrew a folded map from his kaftan and spread it on the table before them before slightly bowing and sitting again. So long as the negotiations remain civil and pragmatic, there will be gains by all.
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