Government, AP showdown continues PARIS (Reuters): Earlier this week, AP Paris made public allegations against the current government of Premier Plantard which have caused tension between Belmont and various other states, ranging from communist states to liberal ones. Being described as a "foreign policy fiasco" by some in Paris, the AP's allegations against the Plantard government have caused many a headache in the government, according to one source. A senior official in Grosvenor House told us that the Plantard administration was indeed harsher on communism than past governments but it was not going to support any anti-communist group in another country. He also said that the AP's story was "not based on facts". He also added that it was not in Belmontien interests to fund insurgents in communist states. When asked about the meeting between PM Plantard and several high ranking officials at Grosvenor House, he told us that the meeting was to discuss measures on how to prevent communist insurgents from entering Belmont. In the meeting, according to him, also discussed was propping up the defense capability of allies such as Montelimar and Lusitania from communist infiltration.