My Dearest Duke of Mieczyslaw and Prince Elector of Vulgaria,
I trust my letter finds you and your fine countries in good stead. I am writing on behalf of our Grand Duke, Irwin-Amadeus II, who has recently been incapacitated by developments beyond his control. As a senior cabinet member for the Grand Duchy of Stollen, my colleagues have asked me to draft this communiqué to you both.
It is our deepest wish to establish firmer trade and diplomatic relations between our own Grand Duchy of Stollen, the Duchy of Miezyslaw, and the Electorate of Vulgaria as soon as possible. Recent events across apochryphal 18th century
Following much debate in recent days here in the Stollenian parliament, it is our considered opinion that neither Hesse-Seewald, nor
With this in mind, we are dispatching emissaries to your capitals at once, to begin discussing the possibilities of closer ties between our countries. Should Miezcyslaw and Vulgaria be open to this possibility, and should the associated talks prove conducive to further dialogue, it is our wish to set up embassies and also arrange for improved trade, by establishing representatives of our most prominent merchant families in your capital cities and larger towns. In return, we are prepared to offer you both similar arrangements in the Grand Duchy of Stollen.
As a sign of our good will, we are prepared, in the name of our Grand Duke Irwin-Amadeus II, to invite settlers from your countries to establish residence and farms as early as this summer in the sparsely populated, eastern most reaches of Stollen, along the frontier with Poland-Lithuania.
With Sincere Regards,
Hans Karl von Wilkowiczeske