Salut madams and monsieurs,
Oh boy, am I excited to tell you all about what's going on! The Swiss government has been working very hard these past few days, and especially after our cabinet meeting which took place earlier, we have been moving full-speed forward! Discussing, planning, and deciding on so many different things, I can assure you that we are making substantial progress... and most importantly, reform.
Helping Our Allies
So first of all, as I talked about before in my presidential manifesto, it is now an effort on the government's part to coordinate more military campaigns to assist our friends. This past weekend, the government, along with some funding from the Swiss Red Cross, was about to assist our Japanese brothers as they fought for their freedom in Kanto. The government was able to distribute some extra supplies to Swiss soldiers willing to participate in this military campaign, and it was definitely successful! I would like to recognize Pero1Q for doing a great job of publicizing this new governmental effort.
Representation in the Circle of Trust
Moving on, I am proud to announce that our current Minister of Defence, chukcha, was not only nominated, but also voted in as the Circle of Trust's newest Military Commander! This is a crucial role in the alliance, as it is a job that will ultimately either result in success or failure for the Circle of Trust's members. Luckily however, I know that our alliance will be in good hands, especially because of chukcha's extensive experience and knowledge on military tactics and strategy. What makes this even more historical however, is that out of the five official positions governing the alliance, Switzerland now is represented by two out of the five! Don't forget that I'm still the Public Relations Director! So as you can see, our influence in the Circle of Trust is growing, and therefore we will be able to better lead the alliance as time goes on.
The 3-Point Plan
Besides internationally, Switzerland is also doing well regionally. As I have always preached the need for cooperation between neighboring countries, well, that message has definitely been implemented! Just a few days ago, the governments of both Switzerland and Slovenia signed the 3-Point Plan. The treaty is a way for our community to remain safe while at risk of a political take-over, yet at the same time, rewarding the Slovenians for being such willing partners in our agreement. Hopefully, this sort of friendship will continue to benefit both nations in that we will be able to provide for one another as good neighbors should.
Last but not least of all, our government has definitely made some progress in regards to the Ambassador Program. Our Director of Embassies, Trogdorthetroll100, has just initiated the program with the new reforms, and so far, it looks like we will definitely have a good amount of active ambassadors for this month! It's still not too late to sign-up, and remember that every week, the ambassador with the best report will receive 1,000 CHF. What a great incentive to contribute to our community's international awareness!
That's pretty much it... so clearly, our government is actually getting things done in an efficient manner. And I just want to remind all Swiss citizens that we have not forgotten about the problem involving the high risk from participants of the political take-over, and we have already decided on several confidential steps to ensure greater safety for our community. I am so proud of what we have been able to accomplish so far, and we still have three more weeks to make Switzerland even better. I can't wait to see what else we will be able to achieve... even the sky can't stop us!
Let's fight. Fight for peace.
President of the Swiss Confederation
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