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Starynwale–International Presence Act passes Skynesses’ Court.
The International Presence Act, aimed at accelerating Endertopias’ participation in world affairs, has been approved by the Skynesses’ Court with 116 votes for, 2 abstain, and 14 against.
The IPA legally obligates the Endertopian government to, “with all available efforts,” participate in International businesses.
It is believed that the government will first start with applying for memberships of organizations such as the League of Novaris or the International Forum.
“We will work hard to make sure that Endertopias serves to make life better, for both the Endertopian people and all other countries.” The Foreign Affairs Minister Rushiana said in a press conference earlier today.
With the act, Endertopias has opened the gate to the future where its people can have unprecedented access to foreign goods. Trade deals of infinite possibilities are now more likely than ever.
Tenshily–A80 Angel’s Highway voted favourite road of Endertopias
The popular automobile magazine Drive recently surveyed its readers about what they think is the most beautiful driving roads in Endertopias. The Autobahn A80 won the prestigious title for this time with an astounding 78.1% of votes favoring it.
The Automobile Broad Accommodation Highway System, or Autobahn, was proposed back in 1962. The A80 is one of the major east-west-running autobahns, stretching from the western starting point of Eyjafyalland to the city of Tenshily in the east.
The part of A80 from Kafkaland to Tenshily runs along the coast, overlooking waters of the Gulf of Tenshi. The section of road features gently winding curves that follows the coastline, shaped by the cliffs on the other side of the road. The “Angel’s Highway” has a speed limit of 110 km/h, but that doesn’t affect the fun and enjoyment of driving the road as you get to take in all the glorious views.
The Sunset Pavillion near Amina is perhaps the best-known
site of the route. As it’s name suggests, the pavillion is famous for its beautiful view of the setting sun.
If you’ve got nothing else better to do this weekend, maybe consider a road trip down the Angel’s Highway, you may just find a new favorite scenic spot!