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    The Secretary General would like to offer a general invite to all nations to attend a summit on Peace Talks between the DPRK and RoK over the settlement of the Second Korean War and possible eventual transition to a reunified Korean Peninsula.
    We also advise that humanitarian issues form a strong pillar of these talks, similar to those proposed by the representative for Georgia.
    We also advise that missiles and nuclear technology must be open for debate during these talks.

    The Secretary General himself offers UN Blue-Beret status to any nation which wishes it and the Secretariat and MSC will deploy such forces as desired by the participants in the talks, either in the form of peacekeepers or police.

    The talks will behin as soon as a general consensus can be reached.


    (Original post by Radgebanter)
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    The Secretariat would like to ask that the Austrian representative consider offering a location for the delegates to meet.
    Transport and Security will obviously be key concerns.


    As we understand it, the DPRK has withdrawn to its legal internationally recognized borders, around the traditional 38th Parallel.
    An area reaching 25miles into legal internationally recognized RoK borders has been set-up as the new De-Militarized Zone (DMZ).
    This includes the cities of Musan and Ch'owon.


    Observational Force in UN Controlled Buffer Zone

    RoK
    2000 Troops

    Netherlands
    First phase
    2300 troops
    47 Leopard A26 tanks
    69 CV9035NL infantry Vehicles
    Regular patrols from 12 Augusta Helicopters and 6 Apache A6 Helicopters.

    Second Phase
    1300 troops
    20 CV9035NL infantry veichles
    33 Leopard A26 tanks
    100 AIFV (YPR-765) infantry veichles
    Further air support of an as yet undecided size.

    Austria
    7th Infantry Brigade : 600 troops
    6th Infantry Brigade : 300 troops (partial deployment of full force of 500)
    100 Jagdkommando

    Georgia
    13th "Shavnabada" Light Infantry Battalion : 600 troops
    2 Companies drawn from Logistics battalions ofGeorgian 1st and 2nd Brigade: 140 troops
    2 Companies of Engineers from 3rd and 4th Goergian Brigades : 140 troops
    Detachment of Georgian military police battalion to assit local law enforcement: 50 troops



    At last note the other major troop deployments were

    RoK
    100,000 troops in Pusan
    50,000 in Masan
    50,000 in Kwangju
    Navy withdrawn to defensive positions

    USA
    Under Operation Iron Guardian, the Air Craft carriers USS George Washington and USS Carl Vinson, accompanied by 4 Alreigh Burke destroyers including the USS John S. McCain, Fitzgerald (armed with Tomahawk missiles) were deployed to Korea Bay.
    C-130 Hercules were also deployed in order to drop propaganda leaflets on North Korea.
    5000 American troops, supported by 60 Apache Attack Helicopters and 100 Chinooks, were deployed at Incheon.

    France
    The Air Craft Carrier Charles de Gaulle, a Touville Class Destroyer, Georges Leygues Class Frigate, Two Cassard Class Destroyers, Two La Fayette Frigates, Mistral Class Amphibious Assault Ship and an unspecified numbers of Submarines were deployed to support the US Fleet.
    They launched an air assault with Dassault Rafale M Fighter Jets (Supported by US F/A-18s) on several targets in the DPRK.

    Malta
    2090 Maltese troops were deployed to the Korean area, with 1050 of those deployed on a beachhead circa 50miles inland around Seoul.
    However, half of these were withdrawn, with the Maltese navy transporting 1000 troops home to Valetta.
    The remainder are in Busan province.


    Netherlands
    HNLMS De Zeven Provinciën,
    HNLMS Tromps
    HNLMS Van Speijk
    HNLMS Johan De Witt
    HNLMS Rotterdam

    Most of these should be listed on the new map
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    This new map also includes the location of the landing of the three Rodong-2 missiles launched as tests by the DPRK. It also notes the initial UNSC+ attacks.


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    On a personal level, sorry this has taken so long, this week has not been a good one. I've got a few more things to sort out, the resolutions, treaties and I'll try and do another MUN Map soon enough. My deepest apologies.
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    The Federal Republic of Austria would be delighted to have this summit in Vienna.

    Location: We can offer the luxuary of the Austria Center Vienna, a top of the range conference centre with all modern facilities in the heart of the beautiful city of Vienna. Our tourist office will be more than willing to set delegates up in the finest hotel Vienna can offer.

    Transport: Transport will be provided to all representitives. Drivers can drive reps from Vienna International Airport to the conference centre. These drivers are trained diplomatic protection officers from the Bundespolizei (Austrian Federal Police)

    Security: The Bundespolizei will offer on the ground security for the building during the duration of the summit, with the specialist diplomatic protection branch taking charge of the delegates. Any country wishing to bring armed security personell must negotiate this with myself. Running up to the summit the Bundeskriminalamt (Austrian Federal Investigation Bureau) will be monitering intelligence reports and have under cover officers on the ground.

    Austria is delighted to host all and we welcome everyone to our fine city, if anyone has any questions please ask away!
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    The Portguese Republic will certainly be attending this important summit.

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    Will we be able to take the little pens by the side of the bed in the hotel?
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    Malta will be attending - and a menu will be arranged soon, featuring a range of Korean delicacy's.
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    (ooc) oh yes! Back to the whole catering debate :p: (ooc)
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    [ooc] I'm a good cook with korean foods so hopefully not [/ooc]
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    Brazil kindly accepts this invitation to the Summit.

    Should the need for a peacekeeping or police force be needed, Brazil is happy to offer such a force.

    [OOC]Are UNO invited?
    Also, Mr SG, in your OP, shouldn't it say "As we understand it, the DPRK has withdrawn to its legal internationally recognized borders, around the traditional 38th Parallel.", instead of "As we understand it, the DPRK has withdrawn to its legal internationally recognized borders, around the traditional 28th Parallel." [/OOC]
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    The DPRK would prefer for a police force not to be needed as we are sure both sides can act in a reasonable manner. We are also glad that this is going ahead. We will be arguing for a united Korea and hope to achieve this.
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    France will send a small delegation to the summit, and once again congratulates both RoK and DPRK on reaching this momentous occasion.
    Although France hopes (for the love of God) that this catering arrangement talk isn't going to be a regular thing from now on...
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    (Original post by Student2806)
    France will send a small delegation to the summit, and once again congratulates both RoK and DPRK on reaching this momentous occasion.
    Although France hopes (for the love of God) that this catering arrangement talk isn't going to be a regular thing from now on...
    Oh mon dieu! The Federal Republic of Austria does most utterly and fully agree :p:
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    (Original post by gyyy2807)
    Brazil kindly accepts this invitation to the Summit.

    Should the need for a peacekeeping or police force be needed, Brazil is happy to offer such a force.

    [OOC]Are UNO invited?
    Also, Mr SG, in your OP, shouldn't it say "As we understand it, the DPRK has withdrawn to its legal internationally recognized borders, around the traditional 38th Parallel.", instead of "As we understand it, the DPRK has withdrawn to its legal internationally recognized borders, around the traditional 28th Parallel." [/OOC]
    [facepalm] Bit of a horrific typo there, damn! Thanks for telling me
    Certainly, UNOs are welcome
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    The RoK thanks Austria and the SG for thier efforts, and we kindly accept the invite. The RoK looks forward to discussing a permanent peace solution in the Korean pensisula, as well as the DPRK provocative missiles tests, and the possibility of a reunification with our Korean brothers and sisters in the North.
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    The Kingdom of The Netherlands is delighted to see the situation progressing through non violent means and will of course be attending the summit.
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    It is the pleasure of the Secretariat to organize this and we are glad of the response

    When do we want to start? Any specifics, such as a program to discuss we want to prepare? I'll probably be most free to post this on Sunday as a full Summit, but the maps etc will still be here.
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    [ooc]I didnt take part in the war, can I still come? :P[/ooc]
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    (Original post by jakemittle)
    [ooc]I didnt take part in the war, can I still come? :P[/ooc]
    Nigeria would be most welcome in Vienna, consider yourself personally invited!
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    (Original post by Radgebanter)
    Nigeria would be most welcome in Vienna, consider yourself personally invited!
    Ahh, Nigeria thanks you warmly for the invitation and will surely be there, hopefully this situation can be resolved.
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    Italy will most certainly be attending and hopes for a progressive conference.
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    Malta will happily join in the Talks, seeing as we have taken part in the war.
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    The Republic of South Africa will attending this meeting and will send peace keeping forces to the region if needed.
 
 
 
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