French troops invade Granadine (formerly known as Colombia) by Land and Sea during the nationís 340th anniversary. The French President announces to the French people that the reason for Granadineís inevitable fall that will threaten all Granadine people and the rest of the world. Granadine troops are quickly outnumbered, and the armed Guerilla also is defeated quickly. Granadine is then occupied. French President Emmanuel Macron signs the treaty of Medellin and Granadine is annexed. The language in Granadine is officially changed to French and Granadine becomes a commonwealth of France.