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The Diplomatic Table / Re: German Ministry of Foreign Affairs
« Last post by Persia on July 01, 2016, 05:32:17 PM »
The Adriatic Republic would like to establish formal relations with your country and exchange ambassadors.
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The Diplomatic Table / Re: Adriatic Ministry of Foreign Affairs
« Last post by Persia on July 01, 2016, 12:02:47 PM »
Greetings. We accept all offers to establish formal diplomatic relations. Please accept or offer to send delegates to your respective countries.
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World News Tonight / Re: Associated Press | Reuters | AFP
« Last post by Sultanate of Finja on July 01, 2016, 11:14:42 AM »
Congo Conflict Growing

AP-Kinshasa, Warlordia - What has been dubbed the “Holy War in the Congo” has moved out of rural eastern Warlordia and into the heart of Warlordian society. Late last night a pair of car bombs rocked the city of Kinshasa. 47 people have been reported killed and the number of wounded has risen above 300. The Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), the terrorist army of the LRC, has claimed responsibility and has declared that it will continue strikes to “cleanse the region of evil”. The LRC has been waging a war against Warlordia for nearly nine months. The LRC was formed after the death of Joseph Kony, the infamous leader of the LRA, by one of his sons. Central African governments has expressed concerns that the group may be planning to target other countries in the region. Those mostly at threat are West Angola, Zawabi, Sar-Aksum, and Cape Company, based on comments made by the LRA.
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AU General Assembly / Re: Adriatic Republic
« Last post by Persia on July 01, 2016, 05:48:01 AM »
OOC: Yes. We tried back in '14 to reboot the AU with a charter rewrite and that failed miserably.
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AU General Assembly / Re: Adriatic Republic
« Last post by Hungry on July 01, 2016, 12:34:58 AM »
OOC are we still going off the old AU Charter?
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World News Tonight / (Archived) All-Union News Network - UNA
« Last post by Galicia–Volhynia on June 30, 2016, 06:12:39 AM »
Special Report ¦ Greater Ukraine, Greater Problems

The concept of national identity is well-known and serves to create a unified purpose for a nation's people, a sense of belonging; yet, for the newly-elected Tymonshenko government, the idea of a unified Galicia-Volhynia identity is still not entirely realised.

Concurrent with polling for the parliamentary elections, the Research and Branding Group conducted a survey on people's national identity, that is to what nationality did they believe themselves to belong. The results, interesting from a sociological perspective, also have the strong possibility of influencing foreign policy towards the other regions in Eastern Europe. Of those polled, over one third of respondents believed themselves to be both "Galician-Volhynian" and "Ukrainian" while nearly 25% of respondents did not feel themselves "Galicia-Volhynian" at all, calling themselves entirely Ukrainian. The long-standing tension between Western Ukraine (geographically speaking) and the Eastern regions has manifested itself in many ways: the West now independent as our Fatherland traditionally has long-standing Polish influences and is predominantly Catholic; the East tends towards Russia and is Orthodox.

Yet, even on a national level, the tension is clear: many traces of a Ukrainian identity are still present in the Republic's symbols from its coat of arms to its national motto and even its flag (the colours of the Ukrainian flag merely reversed). Prime Minister Tymoshenko is supported in government by the Forward, Ukraine! party, whose pro-expansion sentiment is clear, calling not only for the inclusion of Kyiv and the Central Region of Ukraine but also for Belarus and the former Galicia-Volhynia lands to the southeast. Tymoshenko's All-Union Fatherland Front also supports a minimalist expansion plan towards the former Galicia-Volhynia lands and Belarus, excluding her coalition partner's maximalist plans for Central Ukraine.

Tymoshenko has already been reported to have met with several leaders of the Belarusian diaspora, many of whom call Lviv a second home, including Jazep Sa˛yč - noted politician and lecturer on Belarusian history and language at the University of Lviv. The Office of the Prime Minister has yet to confirm this, but Mr Sa˛yč's office at the University did hint at a meeting.

Even if this plan was put in motion, it is unknown what reaction the public or indeed the international community would have. Tymoshenko would undoubtedly be supported by many in Volyn and Rivne, on the southern border with Brest and Gomel, and whose links with the latter two are strong.

Either way, the search for a realised national identity continues even if with what citizens identify is still unclear.
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African Projects / Re: Mapping Your State: Like an Adriatic
« Last post by Persia on June 30, 2016, 05:49:44 AM »
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The Kingdom of Epirus would like to strengthen diplomatic and economic ties with the Republic of Galicia-Volhynia... Therefore our Government wishes to establish an embassy in your capital and offer your Government an embassy in our capital as well.

On behalf of the People of Galicia-Volhynia, the Kingdom of Epirus' request for an exchange of ambassadors is accepted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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Good Morning, Vietnam! / Re: Armed Forces of Galicia-Volhynia
« Last post by Galicia–Volhynia on June 30, 2016, 03:58:27 AM »
Ground Forces
Сухопутні Війська
Wojska Lądowe


17th Guards Armoured Division, Lviv
Commanded by Colonel Ihor Shpak
1st Armored Battalion
2nd Armored Battalion
3rd Armored Battalion
4th Mechanized Battalion
Brigade Artillery Group
Artillery Battalion
Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion
Reactive Artillery Battalion

30th Guards Armoured Division, Volyn
Commanded by Colonel Ihor Dovhan
1st Armored Battalion
2nd Armored Battalion
3rd Armored Battalion
4th Mechanized Battalion
Brigade Artillery Group
Artillery Battalion
Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion
Reactive Artillery Battalion

12th Guards Motorised Infantry Division, Ternopil
Commanded by Colonel Sergei Golovin
1st Motorised Infantry Battalion
3rd Motorised Infantry Battalion
4th Motorised Infantry Battalion
Artillery Battalion
Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion


10th Mountain Regiment, Chernivtsi
Commanded by Colonel Vasyl Zubanych
1st Mountain Brigade
2nd Mountain Brigade
3rd Mountain Brigade

14th Guards Mechanized Division, Volodymyr-Volynskyi
Commanded by Colonel Oleksandr Zhakun
1st Tank Regiment
2nd Guards Tank Regiment
3rd Tank Regiment
4th Guards Motor Rifle Regiment
5th Guards Artillery Regiment

24th Mechanized Division, Yavoriv
Commanded by Ihor Akhmatov
6th Tank Regiment
7th Tank Regiment
8th Tank Regiment
9th Motor Rifle Regiment
10th Artillery Regiment

80th Airmobile Regiment, Lviv
Commanded by Andrei Kovalchuk
1st Airmobile Brigade
2nd Airmobile Brigade
1st Mortar Battery
1st Antitank Battery

128th Mountain Regiment, Mukacheve
1st Mountain Brigade
2nd Mountain Brigade

44th Artillery Brigade, Ternopil

55th Signals Brigade, Rivne

15th Rocket Artillery Regiment, Drogobych

703rd Engineer Regiment, Sambir

136th Reconnaissance Battalion, Rivne
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Good Morning, Vietnam! / Armed Forces of Galicia-Volhynia
« Last post by Galicia–Volhynia on June 30, 2016, 03:41:03 AM »
Armed Forces of Galicia-Volhynia
Збройні сили Республіка  Галицько-Волинське
Siły Zbrojne Republiki Halicko-Wołyńskiego


Supreme Commander-in-Chief Andriy Sadovyi

Minister of Defence General Oleksandr Konoplyanyk
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