Irish Foreign Ministry
Turkish MPP is an issue that has been discussed a little in past between people of Irish governments. We were informed a few weeks ago from oglia who speaks Turkish that she knows people there from their government and they are willing to have a discussion with us. Irish government is open to this (having a dialogue with Turkey) but we believe we will need time and allow for our congress to discuss many things before we will be able to finally sign the MPP with Turkey. In Ireland, our policy is that every new MPP must first be discussed with the government and congress. We believe that NO ONE has the right to act selfishly and on his own ever, but especially without informing first the CP, congress, or the Ministry that may be currently working on those issues. If anyone has questions then they should first ask their own government about something and should not directly contact the foreign country. Unfortunately, what has happened, has happened and now we are left to work to repair the damage and find a way to solve the grievous misunderstanding with Turkey for the benefit of our small, but precious, community.
In the following days members of our government will contact Turkey in an attempt to open dialog with them and once that has happened, we will inform everyone in Ireland about what has been discussed. While it appears that there are many differences between us, we do have something in common - we both are leaves of the same tree and we respect our alliance and fight for the same friends. Neither Ireland nor Turkey wants to cause problems in the Brotherhood of EDEN. However, things like this must be discussed first between the governments and not between congresses of the 2 countries.
We are aware that people are disappointed here in Ireland because for months it appears that EDEN gives priorities to Turkey and other countries and ignores Ireland repeatedly. While Ireland does not ask for help often, when we have recently requested help it seems that EDEN was not listening. However, we know that is not the fault of Turkey as they are not the ones deciding where priority was to be given.
If any member of congress has any question or wants to debate anything, they can visit our forum or contact either Ethel Rosenberg or columbia and express your thoughts.
Finally, to avoid future misunderstandings it is always better to trust the CP that has been elected by our community and the cabinet he or she has chosen to help with his or her work, leaving financial issues for the MoF, NE issues for MoD, MPP issues for MoFA, new player issues for MoNC, etc. Any subject must be discussed first between congress members on our forum.
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Ministers of Foreign Affairs
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