World Esinsundu Summit

World Esinsundu Summit

Postby CanFly » Sun Jan 14, 2018 5:46 am

Chief Yakuba Sidibe of Talmoria convenes the first ever Esinsundu World Summit to address the growing distance and tension between the Esinsundu nations. Delegates and representatives of far flung Esinsundu populations arrive in the ancient metropolis of Neuhaus.
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Re: World Esinsundu Summit

Postby CanFly » Sun Jan 14, 2018 5:53 am

Honorable delegates,

Welcome to Talmoria! We are all gathered here to discuss the concerning and growing divide between the Esinsundu peoples. The issues of the world, the challenges our people face -
they cannot be overcome alone. If the Esinsundu people are to navigate these challenging times we must do so united. While I am not naive enough to believe that this conference will solve every grievance and every slight - I hope that by discussing our issues with one another we can begin to bridge the growing divide.


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Re: World Esinsundu Summit

Postby November » Tue Jan 16, 2018 9:51 pm

Deĵano Cezarido, Coburan Ambassador to the World Congress:

We thank the Talmorians for organising this conference. Maybe a notification to parties in the Esinsundu nations could help trigger activity?
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Re: World Esinsundu Summit

Postby Maxington » Tue Jan 16, 2018 11:12 pm

Winston Dumas, President of the Esinsundu Cultural Society in Malivia.
We thank our Talmorian brothers for organising this meeting of Esinsundu people internationally on the premise of ironing out our concerns and paving a future for our culture.
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Re: World Esinsundu Summit

Postby Corvo Attano » Wed Jan 17, 2018 7:50 am

Abongile Bekker, Official representative of the Free State of Malivia.
I would like to say that I am honored to be part of summits but I am very confused as to why a Pan-Esinsundu Nationalist organization like the ESC is allowed to attend this conference when they are doing more to undermine our goals than progress them.
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Re: World Esinsundu Summit

Postby Reddy » Wed Jan 17, 2018 8:04 am

Lady Amanitore Saksoure-Atemeyya, representing the Coburan and Jakanian branches of the former ruling dynasty.

I'm greatly pleased to take part in this gathering Our family remains solidly behind the spirit of Esinsundu unity. We have for a long time along with our cousins who still reign in Talmoria and Hawu, been committed to this ideal of developing strong ties between members of the Esinsundu community. Tensions are inevitable but I beseech everyone here not to be blinded by such petty distractions from the real goal of unity. Another thing is that we need to be more proactive especially in the Third World where many of our kin live. Another matter is to try and transcend political divisions here, it should no matter if one group believes in this or that, monarchy or republicanism or leftwing or nationalist right.
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Re: World Esinsundu Summit

Postby stuntmonkey » Wed Jan 17, 2018 10:21 am

Bayissa Zerez, President of the Mallan and Irkawan Fellowship of Zardugal:

Greetings to you all. I represent around 22 million of our Esinsundu brothers and sisters in my homeland and, on their behalf, it is a honour to be invited to this convention here in the ancient city of Neuhaus.

Despite the geographical and political divisions, I sincerely hope we can show Terra that our people are still bound by our common culture and heritage and that any perceived divide is repairable.
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Re: World Esinsundu Summit

Postby lewiselder1 » Wed Jan 17, 2018 12:58 pm

Adofo Okafor, Leader of the Tribal Forces in Statrica, Representing the Populist-Socialist-Tribal Alliance

Hello. Thank you very much for your invitation here today, in relation to the growing problems in Statrica where the Civil War is quickly spiralling out of control.
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Re: World Esinsundu Summit

Postby Reddy » Fri Jan 19, 2018 6:03 am

Chief Bora Wakabanga, President of Tropican Ikpi Heritage Society,

We are deeply gateful and honoured to be invited here. Even far far away in Tropica, we still consider ourselves to be tied by bonds that are stronger than mere blood or territorial proximity. We look forward to hear more about stronger inclusion of the Third World in such affairs.
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Re: World Esinsundu Summit

Postby CrownedLime747 » Sat Jan 20, 2018 1:49 am

Bhekithemba Masayty, Representative from the Free Kingdom of Hawu Mumenhes
We are very grateful to be here. Our kingdom has long been with our fellow Esinsundu brothers for years. And no matter how much we change, we will stay that way.
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