Irish Department of Defence
Greetings citizens and soldiers of eIreland
First an announcement:
At 07:05 Erepublik time on Day 1,790 of the New World, the last remnant of UK troops stationed on Irish soil withdrew after defeat in Shannon.
This was accomplished only after huge assistance from our allies both in EDEN and elsewhere, and by the UK government and her armed forces honouring their word and assisting, when necessary, the ordered withdrawal of their troops from Irish soil.
This event marks a turning point in the Treaty between our two states. The region swaps are now terminated and in its stead both countries have regained all original territories. This change ensures neither country will be again embroiled in the constant campaigns to suppress Resistance Wars, wars that were in the main begun by RH hunters from elsewhere. Yet it retains the condition of peace between our two states and our two peoples.
The Irish Department of Defence, its government, and people, also wish to extend our sincere thanks to the ordered manner of the UK withdrawal. After minor teething problems caused by the change in status of the war and the amendments to the Treaty, its understandable that allies of both countries may not have been up to speed with what was happening. Both sides however worked to resolve these issues throughout the weekend, and the campaigns in both Mayo and Shannon saw a marked decrease in allied assistance on the UK side. Thank you to everyone who made this happen!
Resistance of MAYO
The resistance of Mayo was the penultimate campaign fought.
This campaign required considerable commitment throughout the day from all of Ireland's Military Units. The Irish Army especially distinguished themselves in combat.
Congratulations must go to Marinko Margarin who tanked in Mayo for most of the day and came away with both the CH Medal and a personal best Campaign Damage total!
Ireland salutes you! o7
Top 15 Irish soldiers who fought in Mayo by Division:
Defence of SHANNON
The campaign in Shannon opened late on Saturday evening. In order to secure this region required huge assistance from our allies, assistance that extended throughout our night-time hours, into the early morning and well into Sunday proper. Of particular note was the contribution of Argentina, especially in the lower divisions, where -- on more than one occasion -- they single-handedly tanked the UK and its allies off the battlefield! Go raibh maith agaibh!
And congrats to jagdinstinkt who won the Campaign Hero medal in Shannon, and who also set a new personal best in a Campaign! Ireland salutes you! o7
All of the soldiers who made the Top 5 in Shannon were foreign fighters from nations allied to Ireland
Thank you all! o7
New Faustian Man
Thanatos the Magnificent
Irish Department of Defence
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