Foreign Relations of Pasalia
Listed here are the Foreign Relations of Pasalia. These include relations with foreign countries, instituations, organisations aswell as AN relations.
(need to make table for this?) Minister of foreign relations: John Example
Relations with foreign countries
Sorted alphabetically with their official Ingerish names.
TO BE ADDED SOON
Montran is one of the closest friends Pasalia has, politically speaking. The royal family of Pasalia came from Montran. This has caused both countries to share a lot of Cultural rituals and significantly shaped their behaviour. Today both countries trade a variety of goods with eachother. About 12000 Montranians (?) live in Pasalia, about 9000 Pasalians live in Montran. Paxtar
Arataran is viewed as undesirable partner by Pasalia due to its Socialist government. This may change with further democratization.
- Lang Republic
- Neo Delta
- Surricy (FR)
- South Astrasia
- West Commonia
Pasalia and Freedemia are trading partners, with Pasalia having a exporting deficit with them. Pasalia has been influenced with Freedemian culture after the war and typical foods like burgers are now considered standard foods in Pasalia. Imported from Freedemia are Aluminium (96% of Pasalian Aluminium needs are met with this), Nickel, High-Tech products and Rice. Exported to it are Timber, automobile parts and Salt.
- Brugas (Neo Delta)
Cariocas and Pasalia are important trading partners. Pasalia is heavily dependant on Cariocas Oil imports and often gives large sums of money to their Government to ensure a constant flow of it. Both Countries have embassies in the other country.
- Cocus Island
- Frieslandian Kingdom
- Northeastern Confederacy
- Peritan City
- Pretanic Faction State
Relations with Welstand-Westrijk have recently gotten worse as heavy criticism of the Death Penalty in Pasalia arose. The two governments are currently in the process of cutting back relations.
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|Shadze-Ma||Pasalia and Shadze-Ma have a long history of diplomatic and economic relations. With both countries being established at around the same time, they share a common history and interests. However, differences in the languages and culture they inherited from their colonial predecessors are some of the defining aspects of their national identities. Today Shadze-Ma maintains a consulate in Pasaliapolis. Imports to Shadze-Ma consist mainly of alcoholic beverages - wines, cognac and fortified wine - fruits, iron ore and specialist machinery. Exported to Shadze-Ma are heavy machinery, automobiles (especially motorcycles), wheat and construction materials. Around 2000 Shadze-Ma citizens live in Pasalia, around 300 Pasalians in Shadze-Ma. Because of the decentralised nature of the political structure in Shadze-Ma there have been minor disputes about maritime borders; these are in the process of being settled through diplomacy.|
Relations and memberships with foreign institutions
Applied for in 1972, Member since 1973
Relations with foreign NGO's
- International Association of Technical Universities
- International Maritime Shipping Association
- International Nuclear Power Organisation
- International Games Committee
- OpenGeofiction Fédération Internationale de Football Association
- Space Exploration Coordinating Agency