Recognizing the sovereignty of the Empire of Lehmark and of the Imperial Commonwealth of Lehmark and qualifying their Emperor to accredit ambassadors from those two states to the commission of the Republic of Evdonia.
Initially written starting the 13th day of September, 2022 a.d., at 13:48 UTC.
|Release type||Order of the General Secretary, in hir capacity as Minister for Foreign and Intercommissional Affairs|
|Writer||Lightning Bjornsson (they, he, xe/hir)|
A new decree on a constitutional matter is soon to be released by the Empire of Lehmark. In this executive entry of a diplomatic in the Evdonia Gazette, I declare, by the power vested in me as the sole member of the transitional government of Evdonia, that Evdonia recognizes the sovereignty of the Empire of Lehmark and the Imperial Commonwealth of Lehmark, whose website is lehmark.com, and accepts that His Imperial Majesty, William Lehman 1, Emperor-Autocrat of Lehmark and Emperor of the Imperial Commonwealth of Lehmark, is qualified to accredit ambassadors to the Republic of Evdonia and all commissions in confederation with it from the Empire of Lehmark and the Imperial Commonwealth of Lehmark. This is not intended to accede to any treaty with that Empire or that Imperial Commonwealth.
On the 13th day of September, 2022 a.d., I, Lightning Bjornsson, General Secretary of the Commission of the Republic of Evdonia and of that republic’s Commission on Republic House, obtained, in the personal capacity of the Bjornsdottirs (see the Lightning’s Space Home Page for more info), from the Empire of Lehmark’s Senatorial Hansard (in that nation’s Discord guild), a draft copy of William’s decree relating to the foundation of the Imperial Commonwealth of Lehmark. Out of respect for the unfinished nature of His Imperial Majesty’s affairs, as well as for his copyright in the document, the draft will not be released, and this article will be edited to include a link to the final version on Lehmark’s official website when it is decreed.
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For my commentary on the matter, see the commentary article about Lehmark.