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o7, I am hereby speaking for the Dutch High Council that we decided to officially declare war on the Swedish clans of HRE and CABAL. We decided this after multiple attacks on our interests. I am talking about: 1. Swedish capturing La Blanquilla port in Dutch waters and hunting Dutch ships in our waters. 2. Attack on our ports in the west. 3. These Swedish clans have been actively fighting against French clans that we see as allies. 4. These Swedish clans have been actively fighting Prussian clans (our allies) in our own waters, close to Maracaibo. So to sum it all up, CABAL and HRE have been actively attacking us and our allies. Because of this we are obliged to declare war. We will show them what we do with traitors to the Royal Dutch Provinces. Dutch Clans behind this declaration of war: PERVS, GU, GWC, BFLL. Luctor et Emergo
This post is to be used a reference to the Declaration agreed upon by French clans ([LBORK][LMN][OMG][PURGE]) in PVP2 involving the Sverige, Danmark-Norge, and France Nations. We talked to the Sverige and Danmark-Norges separately about their goals, and this is the product of our discussions. The French Nation (herein referred to as "we"), will not take any additional ports in the region spanning between the Freetown of Vieques, and Plymouth. We shall not interfere with Sverige or Danmark-Norge players while either of the aforementioned nations have an active conquest flag. We can, and will engage in PVP around the area if we so choose, but not to the extent of harassment. Any French-held ports marked in YELLOW (See Figure 1) can be attacked by either the Danmark-Norge or Sverige Nations, without interference from [LBORK], [LMN], [OMG], and [PURGE]. Declaration is void if Sverige or Danmark-Norge attack Frederiksted or Fajardo, respectively. (Each contains Stone and Silver, which are essential to each nation's shipbuilding efforts). Declaration is void if Sverige or Danmark-Norge attack "Protected French Ports" (See Figure 1). Figure 1: