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Foreign Relations of Ezmwalia

Bilateral Relations
Adralia

Country

Formal Relations Began

Notes

Aswaila-Kwesse

Relations between Aswaila-Kwesse and Ezmwalia have been damaged greatly by the 1997 conflict where East Kwesse was annexed by Ezmwalia. Since that point, with the conflict still present in the Ezmwalian and Aswailan popular spheres, relations have been defined by Ezmwalia's holding of East Kwesse, and little can be done to mend that particular affair short of Ezmwalia ceding East Kwesse to Aswaila-Kwesse, which they have displayed reluctance in doing. Despite that, there have been efforts to smooth over relations between the two states.

  • Both states are members of the Adralian Union, the Central Adralian Indigenous Market, the Wali Cultural Sphere and various other international groups.

  • Aswaila-Kwesse rejects Ezmwalian ownership of East Kwesse, and are officially neutral in regards to Ezmwalian claims in the Non'go Corner.

  • Aswaila-Kwesse maintains an embassy in Kwenkoseve.

  • Ezmwalia has an embassy in Aswaila-Kwesse.

Carvieta

  • Both states are members of the Adralian Union and various other international groups.

  • Carvieta officially 'acknowledges the de facto situation in the Non'go Corner and [...] East Kwesse'.

  • Carvieta maintains an embassy in Kwenkoseve.

  • Ezmwalia has an embassy in Carvieta.

Central Adralian State

1974

Relations between the CAS and Ezmwalia were at their height in the 1970s and '80s, when the radical leftist CASF was in power. During this time, Ezmwalia assisted greatly in peacekeeping and support for the government. Though the Central Adralian State is no longer politically controlled by the CASF, they maintain a presence in government, and relations between the countries are, while mellowed, still fairly warm.

  • Both states are members of the Adralian Union, the Central Adralian Indigenous Market and various other international groups.

  • The Central Adralian State supports Ezmwalia's claims in both East Kwesse and the Non'go Corner.

  • The Central Adralian State maintains an embassy in Kwenkoseve, and consulates in Kalanweve, Mbejeve and Moledyeve.

  • Ezmwalia has an embassy and consulates in the Central Adralian State.

Chutwana

1981

  • Both states are members of the Adralian Union, the Central Adralian Indigenous Market and various other international groups.

  • Chutwana officially 'does not dispute' the Ezmwalian claim to East Kwesse and the Non'go Corner.

  • Chutwana maintains an embassy in Kwenkoseve and an office in Mbejeve.

  • Ezmwalia has an embassy in Chutwana.

Gwaland Ngoni

Relations between Gwaland Ngoni and Ezmwalia are best described as 'frosty', with the dispute with the Non'go Corner affecting relations greatly. Much of the internal political rhetoric within Gwaland Ngoni has been focused on returning what they believe as their rightful land to them.

  • Both states are members of the Adralian Union, the Central Adralian Indigenous Market, the Wali Cultural Sphere and various other international groups.

  • Gwaland Ngoni outright rejects Ezmwalian ownership of the Non'go Corner. They also err towards supporting Aswaila-Kwesse in their claim to East Kwesse, though do not openly state as much.

  • Gwaland Ngoni maintains an embassy in Kwenkoseve.

  • Ezmwalia has an embassy in Gwaland Ngoni.

Marawal

1985

Marawal and Ezmwalia did not engage with each other in the Non'go-Ngoni Conflict, with the Ezmwalian and Marawali claims not overlapping at all. Both Ezmwalia and Marawal supported the 1888 Treaty of Bankport over the subsequent 1952 Treaty of Gwaland. When Marawal withdrew from the Non'go-Ngoni Conflict in 1985, the peace treaty with Gwaland Ngoni decided that Marawal relinquished its claim to Lower Ngoni. However, Marawal continues to support Ezmwalia's claim to the Non'go Corner over Gwaland Ngoni's.

  • Both states are members of the Adralian Union, the Central Adralian Indigenous Market and various other international groups.

  • Marawal supports Ezmwalia's claims in both East Kwesse and the Non'go Corner.

  • Marawal maintains an embassy in Kwenkoseve, a consulate in Moledyeve and an office in Mbejeve.

  • Ezmwalia has an embassy in Marawal.

Naaland

Naaland's relations with Ezmwalia have improved drastically since their 1977 conflict over the Lower Ntyanga region, where Naaland claimed the west of Ntyanga as their own. Especially since the 1997 conflict between Ezmwalia and Aswaila-Kwesse, which some have argued was partially motivated by a desire to lessen the feasibility of a Naalandi invasion into Ntyanga, relations have largely recovered, with only a few of the most radical elements still maintaining their claim to Lower Ntyanga. In 2012, Ezmwalia and Naaland agreed to a large-scale co-investment fund into the Ntyanga River Hydroproject (NRH), which aims to increase the water supply both in Ntyanga and Naaland.

  • Both states are members of the Adralian Union, the Central Adralian Indigenous Market, the Wali Cultural Sphere and various other international groups.

  • Both states are co-investors into the Ntyanga River Hydroproject (NRH), with additional funding from the Adralian Union.

  • Naaland supports Ezmwalia's claims in both East Kwesse and the Non'go Corner.

  • Naaland maintains an embassy in Kwenkoseve, a consulate in Moledyeve and an office in Mbejeve..

  • Ezmwalia has an embassy and a consulate in Naaland.

Niana

  • Both states are members of the Adralian Union and various other international groups.

  • Niana officially 'grasps tightly [their] neutrality' in dealing with the territorial disputes in Adralia.

  • Niana maintains an embassy in Kwenkoseve.

  • Ezmwalia has an embassy in Niana.

Non'go

Ezmwalia's relations with the Military Junta in Non'go are almost nonexistent, and those which do exist are almost universally negative. Despite sharing great cultural similarities, the bellicose nature of the Non'go Military Junta and their support of the 1826 Non'goni Treaty over the two subsequent treaties in deciding the borders of the Non'go Corner-Lower Ngoni Disputed Area have put relations to a standstill.

  • Both states are members of the Adralian Union, the Wali Cultural Sphere and various other international groups.

  • Non'go rejects Ezmwalia's claims to the Non'go Corner. It also supports Aswaila-Kwesse's claims to East Kwesse.

  • Neither state has an embassy in the other, with relations having to go through a third party for the most part.

Sotoda

1977

  • Both states are members of the Adralian Union, the Central Adralian Indigenous Market and various other international groups.

  • Sotoda officially 'affirms the right of the Ezmwalian people to conduct affairs in their controlled territories'.

  • Sotoda maintains an embassy in Kwenkoseve and an office in Mbejeve.

  • Ezmwalia has an embassy in Sotoda.

Leftist Assembly

Other

Country

Formal Relations Began

Notes

European Federation Reunified

8th March 2021

  • The European Federation has an embassy in Kwenkoseve and a consulate in Mbejeve.

  • Ezmwalia has initiated plans to work on an embassy in the European Federation.

Free Stalliongrad

7th March 2021

  • Ezmwalia has treaties of non-aggression, education exchange, open borders, a defence pact, scientific co-ordination and trade deals.

  • Stalliongrad maintains an embassy in Kwenkoseve and a consulate in Mōledyeve.

  • Ezmwalia has an embassy in Stalliongrad.

Silvedania

6th March 2021

  • Ezmwalia has an embassy in New Gardenalia.

  • Both states are members of the Leftist International Treaty Alliance, with Silvedania being the leader of the alliance.

Starwell

6th March 2021

  • Starwell has an embassy in Kwenkoseve.

  • Ezmwalia has initiated plans to work on an embassy in Starwell.

Syndic Australia

5th March 2021

  • Both states have requested mutual treaties of non-aggression, an educational exchange and open borders.

  • There is an ongoing trade agreement between Syndic Australia and Ezmwalia, and Ezmwalian transport carriers and passenger aircraft have a hub-space within the Fremantle International Transportation Hub.

  • Syndic Australia maintains a Consulic Mission within Kwenkoseve.

  • Ezmwalia maintains an embassy in Canberra.

The Union of British North America

6th March 2021

  • The North American Union has a legation in Kwenkoseve and a consulate in Mōledyeve.

  • Ezmwalia has a legation in Philadelphia.

Union of Nobelia

7th March 2021

  • Plans are underway for a non-aggression pact, and scientific and education exchange.

  • Nobelia has a legation in Kwenkoseve and a consulate in Mōledyeve.

  • Ezmwalia has initiated plans to work on an embassy in Nobelia.

Vynich

8th March 2021

  • Vynich has an embassy in Mōledyeve and a pending consulate in Kwenkoseve.

International organizations and groups
Abbreviation list

Leftist Assembly
Ezmwalia politically aligns itself with the Leftist Assembly on the International scene. It has been a member of the Assembly since 4 March 2020, when it also joined the RoSE program, the Revolutionary Support Exchange.

Adralian Union
Ezmwalia's involvement with the Adralian Union has been central since the Union's inception in 1995. Ezmwalia's commitment to ensuring political freedoms within the Adralian Union's processes have ensured that the Adralian Union is acceptable to most Adralian states, who ought have no issue with joining. The Adralian Union's continent-spanning message of unity has allowed Ezmwalia's foreign relations to grow substantially, and on two occasions, Ezmwalian individuals have become General Secretary of the Adralian Union. Ezmwalia's message to the Adralian Union has always been one of independence from outside rule, of self-determination of states large or small, and of the rights of individuals to live under a form of government they find acceptable to them, and that change begins at home.

Ezmwalia was instrumental in founding the Community for Central Adralian States (AU-CCAS), which some have accused Ezmwalia of using as their personal leveraging tool within Central Adralia, though which officially acts in a humanitarian manner, offering assistance to poverty- and disaster-stricken areas within Central Adralia. CCAS also offers comprehensive education and medical services to the entirety of the Adralian Union, both services which Ezmwalia pours funds into and mostly staffs. The headquarters of CCAS is within the Ezmwalian city of Mbejeve. Other than Ezmwalia, the membership of CCAS includes the Central Adralian State, Chutwana, Marawal, Naaland and Sotoda, as well as some others.

Ezmwalia also had a hand in the construction of the Central Adralian Indigenous Market (CAIM), a trade agreement prioritising the workers of Central Adralia, the retention of indigenous cultures in a rapidly modernising and globalising world, the production of quality Central Adralian goods and services, and the rising of Central Adralia to meet the demand of the outside world. While CAIM officially uses the Nthwava (Ꞥ) as its currency, the members of CAIM are free to use any currency they choose in development. While CAIM's aims might appear to be capitalistic, Ezmwalia and her predominantly socialist politics have always sought to make an impact on the organisation. CAIM has a treasury in Senthwava and a headquarters in Mbejeve.

The Adralian Union was also a large-scale investor, alongside official co-investors Ezmwalia and Naaland, in the Ntyanga River Hydroproject (NRH). This project is seen by the Adralian Union as a flagship project for similar hydroprojects and natural revitalisation projects across Adralia, and its success is seen as a key concern of the Ntyangan government within Ezmwalia.

Wali Cultural Sphere
The Wali Cultural Sphere is a cultural exchange union between nations of Wali culture. The stated purpose, as set out in the WCS General Charter, is for cultural projects, such as music, drama, dance, art and other forms of cultural entertainment. Most Wali cultures have their own seats within the WCS Council. In fact, each of the Ezmwalian Lands are represented within the Council, with the East Kwesse WCS Council Seat actually covering all Kwessele-majority areas of Phosso and Ntyanga.

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