Detainment & Consequences for Nedernesië

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  1. Engellachia

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    THE WEST ENGELL FOREIGN OFFICE
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    We implore our partners in Nedernesië to reconsider the course it is on concerning the accusations and charges against Thaumantican individuals - specifically of Cussian and Clarenthian origin.

    A similar incident took place late last year at the Port of Vesper that the wider world calls the “Engellpox Catastrophe”. Our narrative holds that Engellexian merchant and government officials were wrongfully and accused of charges of a similar nature to the ones presently leveled. A flotilla was deployed by an First Rep.-Cussian Coalition and they deployed air assets to destroy the First Republic Embassy where the accused had been confined to by the administration that predicates this one in Engellachia.

    We advise that Nedernesia adjusts course and considers reaching out to their Cussian counterparts to avoid unnecessary bloodshed from these complicated circumstances.

    May Goodwill Prevail,
    Aisling Derring
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    TO: West Engell Foreign Office


    Greetings,

    Many thanks for your message and concern. Firstly we wish to import that the five suspects have been charged with acts ranging from human trafficking for non-regulated sex work, including underage children, drug smuggling, including using human drug mules, gun running and money laundering. All of these alleged crimes, particularly the first two, are surely regarded as repugnant by all decent countries of this world. Furthermore, the five accused are private citizens with no known government or diplomatic connections.

    The embassies of Clarenthia, Sylvania and Beautancus have been informed of the detainment of their citizens and shall be afforded access to them in due course, as stipulated in the Defense of the State Act 1984. The Nedernesian Signals Directorate has, regrettably, discovered evidence and intelligence that suggests these men pose a serious threat to our public, which our government is naturally responsible for protecting. It is because of this evidence that such strong measures have been put in place. It is, however, highly likely that normal legal proceedings can be held, naturally with the inclusion of a full legal defense team. The special powers of the Act are set to expire in less than 30 days.

    We have deep and long-held business and diplomatic ties with the aforementioned West Thaumantic countries and do not expect such decent government to overreact to the lawful detainment and indictment of their citizens. Said governments shall be kept up to date on the proceedings of these legal proceedings.

    We would ask your government, indeed all governments, to understand that should they find foreign nationals conducting such heinous crimes within their territory, they would want their legal apparatus to engage and run its course without hindrance. We are aware that from the way this is being portrayed in the press, it seems extreme. The Crown Prosecution Office is tasked with proving to both the judges and the world that the measures taken are both necessary and justified. It is beyond the jurisdiction of our ministry to meddle in the affairs of the law, however we will be sure to foster seamless and clear communication between all concerned external governments and the organisations involved in this most extraordinary case.

    With sincerest salutations,
    Robert S. Riverdale, Minister of Overseas Relations and Cooperation Nedernesia


     

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