(AP) Koenigsberg, PRUSSIA.
The Council of Prussia sent ambassadors to the Republic of Lithuania & the Russian Federation. In Lithuania, our noble ally Russia, has allowed use of an office within their own embassy in Vilnius for our diplomat, the Honorable Rodja Lepp Skoja. Ambassador Skoja bears a letter from the Council of Prussia to the Lithuanian president stating that those lands formerly of Prussian heritage should be immediately ceded to the new republic based upon the results of a general annexation vote. Our ambassador to the Russian Federation, the Honorable Sepp Reinhardt and his staff took up residence in the former embassy of Georgia.
In recent weeks the people living in those lands have protested and marched for annexation to the new Prussian state. Polls taken clearly show that 73% of the population there favor annexation to Prussia.
(In secret, the Council of Prussia has been encouraging & funding local pro-Prussian groups in Lithuania.)
In other news, the Council of Prussia presided over the first session of the National Assembly as each minister was sworn in to office. As is commonly known, only citizens may vote or serve in government office, although civilians (second-class citizens) enjoy all other liberties of the Republic. The ministers completed work on our constitution and submitted it to Chancellor Conrad Hekel and the Council of Prussia for approval.
The Prussian Defense Force recently took possession of three MIG-21 Lancer fighter jets from Russia. The jets were part of a military aid package from Moscow. Russian military advisors arrived in Konigsberg to offer training assistance per the request of the Commandant of the PDF, Colonel Lettow-Vorbeck. (I purchased Ambush Alley's Force on Force rules today! A 188MB pdf file download, price $25.)