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United belgium-netherlands wrote:Hello,are any parts of Belgium or the Netherlands unoccupied?

No, but there are 3 solutions:
1: I will hatch the territory you want by using stripes
2: You can ask Rivierenland who owns the whole benelux if he is willing to give up some land
3: I will make 2nd version of the map for people like you whose territory is already claimed

:D

United belgium-netherlands

And since I'm here,I just wanted to let you know that I would like to make an economic agreement,my country is free for foreign companies.

Companies operating in Belgium-Netherlands

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Companies


Toekomst

Type:State-Owned
Toekomst is a state-owned company focused on scientific and technological research,in addition,they are the main producers of computers.
Its slogan is "Toekomst, Avenir and Zukunft", which means future in Dutch,French and German,respectively.


Vissers

Type:State-Owned
Vissers is a state-owned company focused on the sale and fishing of fish,mainly trout.
Its slogan is "De beste forel",which means the best trout in Dutch.

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United belgium-netherlands

Peaceful Bosnia and Herzegovina wrote:No, but there are 3 solutions:
1: I will hatch the territory you want by using stripes
2: You can ask Rivierenland who owns the whole benelux if he is willing to give up some land
3: I will make 2nd version of the map for people like you whose territory is already claimed

:D

I will wait for the 2nd version of the map. :D

United belgium-netherlands wrote:I will wait for the 2nd version of the map. :D

RIP my second chance of ever existing

Hertogenbosch wrote:RIP my second chance of ever existing

There can be third version too :3

United belgium-netherlands wrote:I will wait for the 2nd version of the map. :D

Telegram me your location

Peaceful Bosnia and Herzegovina wrote:There can be third version too :3

And you too if you want :)

United belgium-netherlands

Hertogenbosch wrote:RIP my second chance of ever existing

Relax,I will give you territory :D

As of Thursday, April 30th, this is our current situation:
Color Key: Darkest shade is annexed/directly ruled land, lighter shade is occupation from various wars, and lightest is puppets. Lighter yellow within Croatian puppet is "Autonomous Bosnia" within Croatia.

Explanation: The occupation of Egyptian lands is part of the Sicilian invasion of Egypt. Italian occupation is due to a war breaking out there. The occupation in Serbia is from a peace treaty and is temporary (the treaty lapsed on May 1st), and the occupation in Catalonia is part of the Sicilian intervention in Eastern Iberia. The occupation in the caucuses is not from a war, but is in fact a peacekeeping mission in the region deployed against possible problems in the Caucuses.
Current News: Sicily's offensive into coalition territory was stopped today, as the Sicilians continued to repulse the Egyptian offensives in the desert. Sicilian forces also continued Operation Vercingetorix today to counter the offensives made during Operation Caesar by the Italians, while the Aragonian front has seen further gains and losses. Speaking of losses, the Germans continued their offensive into Croatia today, and continues to threaten the situation there for Sicily.
Map will be updated at the end of the Polish War, as it affects my military situation greatly.
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Today's Update: Still losing in North Africa
Also, this is what happened as a result of the Interior Minister's coup:

The frontlines of the Sicilian Civil War (confined to Sicily) as of May 3rd, 2020:

The Sicilian Government (Democratic) is in blue, the Sicilian Monarchists are in purple, and Forces for a Peaceful Vote on a New Government are in light blue.
Military Control (Abstaining from Civil War) is in light grey. The Sicilian Restoration League (Technocratic-Fascist) is in yellow. The Worker's Front for a Free and Equal Sicily is in red. The Sicilian National Bolshevik Party (Sike Nazbol) is in dark orange. The League of True Sicilian Fascists is in light orange. The Sicilian Army of Dreams and Imagination (Technocratic) is in turquoise. Local Warlords are in black.
Dots on the map represent cities, with larger dots being larger cities. The largest dot is the capital, Palermo, located in the northwest of Sicily.
By reading this factbook you hereby agree to sell your nation (your nation defined as the entity currently reading the above text) to the Sicilian Imperial-Capitalist Empire. We are not responsible if you fail to see this disclaimer and we happen to ruin your nation.
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United belgium-netherlands wrote:Relax,I will give you territory :D

At least someone generous enough to let go of a single city... I'm looking at you now Rivierenland.....

Yahlia wrote:OwO
Equal Labour and Greens, that's interesting... and TOP only one percent behind, very intriguing

I take it being equal Labour and Green isnít a usual combo?

Yahlia wrote:oh no ; - ;
bb, can I help?

Always 😍

Yahlia wrote:Is my bb Bill Wurtz? :O

yes

The Poland-Lithuania Commonwealth wrote:I take it being equal Labour and Green isnít a usual combo?

I mean, Green voters will often strategically vote for Labour in an electorate. And the Greens have a confidence and supply agreement with Labour, the two often go hand in hand. "A vote for the Greens is a vote for a Labour-Green coalition." But, I'm surprised they have exactly the same level of support from you, normally people lean one way or another

Yahlia what are your opinions on the Laser Kiwi flag? I just ordered a 150x90 one and yeah it's from China so it's gonna take 4 months to get here and owo I'm excited

Yahlia wrote:I mean, Green voters will often strategically vote for Labour in an electorate. And the Greens have a confidence and supply agreement with Labour, the two often go hand in hand. "A vote for the Greens is a vote for a Labour-Green coalition." But, I'm surprised they have exactly the same level of support from you, normally people lean one way or another

Ah, so a similar situation to the NDP, Liberals, and Greens in Canada

Yahlia wrote:I mean, Green voters will often strategically vote for Labour in an electorate. And the Greens have a confidence and supply agreement with Labour, the two often go hand in hand. "A vote for the Greens is a vote for a Labour-Green coalition." But, I'm surprised they have exactly the same level of support from you, normally people lean one way or another

It makes it easier if you are a Green voter to support Green if you live in a country with some system of proportional representation. Otherwise in countries like the UK and Canada, those voters often vote tactically.

Outer Sparta wrote:It makes it easier if you are a Green voter to support Green if you live in a country with some system of proportional representation. Otherwise in countries like the UK and Canada, those voters often vote tactically.

UK is too boomer to even accept it's not a glorious empire anymore

Dizgovzy wrote:Yahlia what are your opinions on the Laser Kiwi flag? I just ordered a 150x90 one and yeah it's from China so it's gonna take 4 months to get here and owo I'm excited

Watch out for the quality there lol

Guys what do you think my political ideology is? I mean real life. Not nation

Peaceful Bosnia and Herzegovina wrote:Guys what do you think my political ideology is? I mean real life. Not nation

You're probably an average SocDem or something like that like most youngsters

Laver Island wrote:UK is too boomer to even accept it's not a glorious empire anymore

Having lived there, I can only say this is literally the UK in a nutshell

Peaceful Bosnia and Herzegovina wrote:Guys what do you think my political ideology is? I mean real life. Not nation

Probably centrist if I had to guess purely based on your actions on this website. Can't lean any way if you lean ALL THE WAYS

Laver Island wrote:You're probably an average SocDem or something like that like most youngsters

Don't you yourself lean right due to your political compass? I bet you support some party in the EPP or something...

Outer Sparta wrote:It makes it easier if you are a Green voter to support Green if you live in a country with some system of proportional representation. Otherwise in countries like the UK and Canada, those voters often vote tactically.

Prince Edward Island has FPTP and their Green Party formed the Official Opposition after their last election

Hertogenbosch wrote:Having lived there, I can only say this is literally the UK in a nutshell

Have a family history of men dating Brits and I can confirm it is the UK in a nutshell

Outer Sparta wrote:Don't you yourself lean right due to your political compass? I bet you support some party in the EPP or something...

I keep my views vague and clouded
only one person in le region knows what I am OwO

The Poland-Lithuania Commonwealth wrote:Prince Edward Island has FPTP and their Green Party formed the Official Opposition after their last election

I know the Greens are dominant in the Saanich area of BC on Victoria Island. Canada's political geography is very interesting nonetheless.

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