Lostisland, Sandus diplomatically Conclude to Peace

Ave, Sandum Citizens!

Following our statement concerning comments made by Lostisland Prime Minister Tezcan over Sandus and its anti-racism and social-progress policy, a heated exchange of diplomatic communiqués were sent between the Office of the Sôgmô and the offices of the Lostisland President and Premier. Over the course of a day and a half, both states engaged in a series of heated communiqués — including a very heated initial public statement on the Lostisland Facebook group — that were peaceably completed with this final statement from the office of the Lostisland presidency:

Statement on official stance of the Federal Republic
In response to an inquiry submitted by the Honorable Sôgmô of the State of Sandus regarding
the approach of the Federal Republic, the Office of the President, after having considered the
query, informs:

1. The Federal Republic of Lostisland is a successor state of the Republic of Lostisland and
the Kingdom of Pavlov, as envisaged by the Treaty of Hunter Island from April 4, 2013.
2. In the absence of an established and decreed Foreign Doctrine, the Federal Republic in
her foreign relations uses as guideline principles established by her predecessor states,
recognizes the Montevideo Convention of 1933, Vienna Convention of 1969, Paris
Charter of 1990, rejects war as the way of solving diplomatic disputes, emphasizes her
intention to solve the arising disputes and conflicts with diplomacy and co-operation.
3. Like her predecessors, the Federal Republic of Lostisland as a default mode maintains a
neutral and peaceable approach to nations and governments she has not entered into
diplomatic relations, nor has signed any official document with. For that reason, the
Office of the President raises its concern about accusations of provocation leveled by the
Honorable Sôgmô against the Federal Government in comment to an article in the
Veritum Sandus.

Confirming the intention of the Federal Republic to further go by the above-mentioned policies
at least until an official Foreign Doctrine is established and decreed, the Office of the President
therefore asks foreign governments and institutions to take them in account in diplomatic talks
with the Federal Republic and in case of any questions arising, to contact its authorized

— Sôgmô Sörgel