Embassy Program of the Hamanian Empire


Embassy Program of the Kingdom of Hama

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A Note from the Minister

All nations are linked in some form. As the world becomes more closely interconnected, these links become stronger and their impact on the decisions that a government and the people of that country make are influenced by these links. Events in seemingly unrelated parts of the world can impact each other. We must make use of these links to better the world for ourselves and each other.

Hama’s doors are open for the people and nations of the world. This site acts an online platform by which these interactions can be achieved in a more secure and effective manner. Hama has had a history of trade and interaction with many nations for a very long time. We have relied on others, just as others have relied on us. We are not new to these interactions and are always open to discuss issues and engage, constructively, with other nations and organisations. While the nature of diplomatic interaction has change and the challenges that we face and the means available to us to overcome those challenges changes, the humility we have towards other nations and the confidence that you can have in us, has not changed.

We look forward to working with you.

Regards
Foreign Minister
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A Note from the Site Admin

Welcome to the embassy program of the Kingdom of Hama. We would like to thank you for your interest in our country. Feel free to use this resource as appropriate to your needs and requirements. This channel will enable you to access information and announcements on Hama and issues related Hama. This page will also allow you to make diplomatic, economic, trade, cultural and other requests and submit any applications. Feel free to ask any questions. Our friendly staff will attempt to reply to your message as soon as they possibly can. Your patience in this regard would be appreciated. We wish you all the best and hope that you enjoy our site.

Regards
Site Admin
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Some brief information

The Kingdom of Hama (Hamanese: Malikuyatu Hamani) is a nation-state located in northwest Yasteria Major. We share a border with Packilvania to the south east and east while the Sea of Borea lies to the north. The area of what presently comprises Hama has been inhabited for several thousand year by nomadic tribes. These tribes established permanent settlements and developed agriculture a few thousand years ago. They formed city states, engaged in trade and developed complex metallurgy a couple thousand years ago. They often engaged in wars and skirmishes over several centuries.

Christianity propagated over a thousand years ago, with Islam following a few centuries later. There was an increase in development. A few centuries later, the first King united these tribes into a single kingdom that makes up the upper half of modern Hama. Over the years the new nation expanded to the south and east and eventually remained fixed on its modern day borders. The national religion, Abrahamism, was founded a few centuries later. Through imperialism and proselytism, this religion proliferated into the third most practiced religion on Urth. Borea was invaded and colonised in this time, forming the first colony and bringing the notion of the Hamanian Empire into existence. The nation has dealt with many challenges over its modern existence such as a massive Urthquake that damaged Komodu and a plague that killed many people. The nation recovered and rebuilt itself into a major player on the world stage.

The nation is ruled by a King who is elected by a Council of Chiefs. This council forms the upper part of the Parliament. The democratically elected House of the People advises the council and represents the people. A strong judiciary headed by the Supreme Court metes out justice and enforces the law. Minority and corporate rights are protected. In addition to which, low taxes make starting a business or investing in a business venture easy and profitable. Our political system is stable. Our institutions are sound and corruption is low. There are reforms to liberalise and democratise the political system.

The population is 20 million people. The official language is Hamanese. The majority ethnic group is the Hamanite nation. The most widely practiced religion is Abrahamism. The nation has high rates of education. Healthcare is universal and freely accessible. Energy, water management and transport infrastructure is well maintained and extensive. Public services are abundant. There is a great deal of social cohesion. Crime rates are low.

The economic output is around 400 billion kiribs, growing consistently over the past few years. Services make up 60% of the economy, followed by industry with 30% and the primary sector with 10%. Financial services and retail make up the biggest portion of the services sector. Construction, chemical products and pharmaceuticals make up the biggest portion of the industrial sector. Animal products and farming make up the biggest portions of the primary sector. The nation has a mix of private and public ownership and entrepreneurship.

Hama has a geography of 1 million square kilometres or just under 400,000 square miles. It has mountains in the east, that form the border with Packilvania. There is a hot desert climate in the south. There is a warm highland grassland plateau in much of the centre and west. There is a mild climate and forested landscape in the north. There are many plants and animals, some of which can be found nowhere else in the world. The elephant is our national animal and appears on many symbols such as our coat of arms.

To learn a little bit more about Hama, please visit Hama - NSWiki.
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Applying for a diplomatic mission

Applying for a diplomatic mission is very easy. Just send a letter expressing your desire to establish a diplomatic mission in our country and we will process your request and get back to you as soon as we can. You can include any special requests such as the architectural style in which you might like your embassy to be built. You can also include requests for special agreements with our country. These can vary from economic to cultural to scientific to trade related agreements. We are open to considering any requests that you may have.

We reserve the right to deny or accept a diplomatic mission or to deny or accept special requests or requests for diplomatic agreements. Like any other civilised and modern country, we have rules and values that guide the way that we work and, by extension, the decisions that we make. We are generally neutral and open to engaging with all nations. But we have our reservations and preferences. We will communicate with nations on these issues and remain open to negotiation and discussion.

Diplomatic immunity is offered to all high level diplomatic personnel and senior staff. This immunity means that these officials cannot be prosecuted or summoned before a court of law. This immunity exists to protect diplomatic staff and maintain decorum in line with international customs and values and norms. While your embassy is on Hamanian land, it belongs to the nation that uses it as both private property and sovereign territory. You may dispose of it as you see fit and it is not subject to same laws that other land within the borders of our country are subject to.
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List of diplomatic missions
We will try to update this information as regularly as we can.
[th colspan=“5”]List of Diplomatic Missions[/th][th]Nation[/th][th]Address[/th][th]Head of Mission[/th][th]Agreements[/th][th]Status[/td]Furnifold, the Royal Republic of 12 Main Road, Rahimu, Komodu, 1001Business relations and investmentPositive, activeStratarin, the Militarised Communist State of18 Main Road, Rahimu, Komodu, 1001ComprehensivePositive, activeGreat Morstaybishlia and Justelvard, the United Kingdom of370 General Road, North Park, Komodu, 1002ComprehensivePositive, activeKuthernburg, the Kingdom of201 Market Avenue, Muhammad Park, KomoduComprehensivePositive, active

A communique from the Royal Republic of Furnifold to the Kingdom of Hama:

Greetings Minister Taru!

The Royal Republic of Furnifold would like to apply for diplomatic recognition, a nonaggression pact, and of course, an embassy exchange. We would like to have a contract specialist be allowed to reside in our embassy, in order to enter into contracts with your nation.

We would also like to propose possible trade deals with your nation. Furnifold currently is looking to increase foreign investment in our humble nation, and need international partners to do so. Please peruse this Economy of Furnifold I have sent over at your leisure, and let me know if there is anything we can engage in.

I look forward to hearing from you,

Yours truly,

[size=100]Jackson Woolf[/size]

Foreign Secretary for The Royal Republic of Furnifold

Official Communiqué of the Hamanian Empire
From: Minister of the Crown for Foreign Affairs of the Hamanian Empire, the Right Honourable Dajida Taru
To: Foreign Secretary for the Royal Republic of Furnifold, Jackson Woolf
Subject: Diplomatic Relations

Dear Mr Woolf

On behalf of His Majesty, the King of Hama, I am honoured to accept your application for diplomatic recognition and for an embassy. We shall communicate our embassy requests and send our emissary at a later stage. Unfortunately we must reject your request for a non aggression pact. We will communicate with your government in this matter.

Regards
D.R. Taru
Dajida Taru
Minister of Foreign Affairs

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To: Dajida Taru, Minister of Foreign Affairs
From: John Smith, Foreign Affairs Minister
The Republic of Xagrurg would like to pursue an embassy exchange, diplomatic recognition, and a nonaggression pact with the Hamanian Empire. Also, we are interested in a free trade agreement if you are also interested.
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To: Dajida Taru, Minister of Foreign Affairs
From: Theodora Quhencia, Chancellor
The Republic of Assowolf would like to pursue an embassy exchange, diplomatic recognition, and a nonaggression pact with the Hamanian Empire. Also, we are interested in a free trade agreement if you are also interested.

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Official Communique of the Kingdom of Hama
To: Xagrurg Foreign Ministry
From: Hama Foreign Ministry

Greetings

We are honoured that your nation would like to exchange diplomatic missions. We are pleased to inform you that we have accepted your request to build a diplomatic mission. Your embassy will be located in Komodu. We will commence the surveying process to find a suitable location for you to construct it or to purchase or lease any properties. The relevant offices will contact you as soon as possible. Please feel free to send any special requests you may have.

We would be interested in entering into cordial agreements on trade and security to normalise the relations of our country. Please understand that we are not willing to enter into legally binding agreements on free trade and nonaggression until we establish closer links. We are confident that as time goes own and our relationship strengthens, we will be able to discuss and even agree to the aforementioned agreements. We are honoured that you see us as a partner worthy enough to consider entering into such weighty and significant agreements with. It saddens us deeply that we have had to decline.

We wish you all the best and hope to establish closer relations in future.

Regards
Dajida Taru[/spoiler]
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Official Communique of the Kingdom of Hama
To: Assowolf Foreign Ministry
From: Hama Foreign Ministry

Greetings

We are honoured that your nation would like to exchange diplomatic missions. We are pleased to inform you that we have accepted your request to build a diplomatic mission. Your embassy will be located in Komodu. We will commence the surveying process to find a suitable location for you to construct it or to purchase or lease any properties. The relevant offices will contact you as soon as possible. Please feel free to send any special requests you may have.

We would be interested in entering into cordial agreements on trade and security to normalise the relations of our country. Please understand that we are not willing to enter into legally binding agreements on free trade and nonaggression until we establish closer links. We are confident that as time goes own and our relationship strengthens, we will be able to discuss and even agree to the aforementioned agreements. We are honoured that you see us as a partner worthy enough to consider entering into such weighty and significant agreements with. It saddens us deeply that we have had to decline.

We wish you all the best and hope to establish closer relations in future.

Regards
Dajida Taru[/spoiler]

Hello, Kolosia would like to request.

Non-Aggression Pacts
Alliance Pacts
Free Trade Pacts
Visa Programs
Diplomatic Recognition

Foreign Minister: Drago Munch

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The role of foreign aid in bringing peace to warzones
By Fatima Muhammadu, Minister of the Home
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Foreign aid is a powerful weapon to use to solve, mitigate the effects of or catalyse an end to international and civil violence. Foreign aid contributes to the upliftment of communities by giving them the resources to fund important public services that they would otherwise not have access to. Some nations rely on foreign aid to finance education, sanitation, healthcare, food and basic infrastructure. Numerous communities depend on the generosity of foreign donors to help them withstand the challenges of ethnic violence and strife.

The role that foreign aid plays is greater than the direct effects of kind or monetary contributions of a humanitarian nature. Foreign aid can also be a great tool to facilitate negotiations by which warring groups can discuss terms of surrender, ceasefire, power sharing or territorial cessation depending on the contexts. Foreign aid can be a powerful tool on the negotiations table because it helps to alleviate some of the stresses that combatants might face when dealing with the civilians that they encounter in combat zones or have to protect and govern. Countries that are more willing to provide financial or kind contributions are more likely than not to be relied upon as reliable and hands on negotiators.

Foreign aid serves as an indirect investment into a community. While the returns may not necessarily be apparent in the short or even medium run, there may be positive effects in the long run. Public support might turn to the donor nation. When this nation attempts to mediate conflicts or enter into agreements, the people of that nation may be amenable to negotiations. Foreign aid can facilitate developments such as infrastructure and healthcare that makes that country a good place to invest in in the future and from which substantial economic benefits can be extracted as the situation stabilises and the effects of aid materialise in upward social mobility and improved lifestyles.

Nations are advised to explore more routes in diplomacy than merely military, political or economic tools. These tools can be effective, but a holistic and more sound interaction with other nations is achieved by incorporating a number of methods and techniques, primary among them is foreign aid. The relationships that are forged and promoted among donors and donor recipients are invaluable in dealing with present and future conflict scenarios. The complexity of international diplomacy requires concerted and expansive action, and a humanitarian touch in the form of foreign aid is a great way to begin.

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15TH DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF EUROKRAINE

Greetings to the Hamanian Empire,

Your nation’s culture, is most defined and of best interest in us. And due to our interest in your nation’s culture, and as a whole your exports, we would love to request an exchange of embassies between Hama and Eurokraine. And our biggest priority in this exchange of relations is trade to hopefully benefit both of our nations economically. Our exports are filled with quality, such as cotton, automobiles, and gemstones, with gemstones coming from Eurokraine being one of the best on Urth. There is also a chance we could potentially cooperate in foreign aid to countries devastated by war as well. Hopefully, this request will be accepted among your foreign affairs department, and both Hama and Eurokraine can live with peace between eachother.

Best Regards,
http://nswiki.org/index.php?title=Ayaize_Cela, President of the 15th Democratic Republic of Eurokraine

1421 Kabila Ave.
Eurokraine Building of Relations
Eijin, Eijin Province

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Official Communication of the Hamanian Empire
To: President of Hama
From: Foreign Minister of Hama[hr]Greetings,

While I doubt that your culture possesses the sophistication of Hamanian culture, we are pleased that you have the rudiments to appreciate it. His Majesty, the King, will be willing to send a consulate. On the matter of trade, while we cannot agree to one without certain processes taking place, our partners in the private sector are interested in reaching where political and diplomatic protocol and interests cnnot, serving benefit to both our nations regardless.

The Royal Diamond Company would like to take a tour of your gemstone mines and hopes to negotiate renting or leasing them. While Eurokraine has beautiful gemstones, there are structural barriers in the gemstone market, as I am sure you have experienced which you may have implied in your correspondence, that make making an impact on the international gemstone market difficult particularly for a third world country such as yourselves. The Royal Diamond Company would like to assist you in this regard, by requesting your government’s support to act as a consigner, selling raw diamonds on the international market on your behalf. Considering the influence and proximity that the Royal Diamond Company has in and to one of the most lucrative cut diamond markets in the world, Komodu, it would be in your best interests to seriously consider this request.

All the best.

Regards
Dajida Taru
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Hama

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