Security Council Resolution # 344
A resolution to strike down Delegate-imposed barriers to free entry in a region.
The Security Council,
Noting the recent infiltration and invasion of The Embassy by raider forces,
Celebrating this regions goal of be[ing] the largest connector of diversity amongst regions, connecting thousands to each other through a single, neutral point,
Believing that all regions which do not espouse hateful ideology or undermine the sovereignty of other regions should have the autonomy to pursue their chosen foreign affairs strategies, regardless of the perceived value of those strategies by other regions,
Observing how The Embassy developed an extensive record of interregional communication on its regional message board, which served as a forum for communication between a diversity of regions,
Further noting that there resides within The Embassy an expressed native desire for the occupation to end and retain the regional message board,
Concerned that occupying forces may attempt to alter the regional password, making efforts at liberation impossible, and attempt to forcibly remove the native nations and refound the region, thereby destroying the public cultural heritage of The Embassys regional message board,
Confident that, if occupiers are unable to permanently secure the region using a secret password, they will eventually withdraw due to a lack of resources, thereby creating space for this liberation to be repealed and a secret regional password reimposed by the native residents,
Hereby liberates The Embassy.