Swanabot challenges Siarus, Nachi over Riasy

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Swanabot challenges Siarus, Nachi over Riasy

In an apparent show of its credential as one of the most democratic and less corrupt countries in Caafri, the Government of Swanabot vehemently voiced its opposition to the decision of Siarus and Nachi to veto a Nations United Council Security Resolution on Riasy.

Earlier this week, both Nachi and Siarus stubbornly resisted calls from different corners of the world to support the Nations United Council Security Resolution on Riasy, which called for President   Sharba al-Adass   to hand over power to his deputy. The crisis in Riasy has claimed thousands of lives, most of them civilians.

Refusing to be cowed by the two powerful permanent members of the Council Security, the Minister of Affairs Foreign of   Swanabot, Duphan Maniskele, on the weekend, summoned the ambassadors of   Nachi and Siarus and showed his country`s dismay at the refusal of the two members of the Council Security to support the body`s Resolution on Riasy

During the meeting, which was attended by one of Kata kata`s moles, Mr. Maniskele retaliated that the two countries have important responsibilities as permanent members of the Council Security to ensure that international peace and security reigns that includes the plight of the powerless Riasyn people, which takes precedence over economic interests of Nachi and Siarus. The Minister also voiced his deep dissatisfaction with the fact that both said countries also rejected a resolution, which called for a democratic transition in Riasy. By using their veto power to stop the International Community to put pressure on President Sharba al-Adass   to end his merciless assaults on his people, both Siarus and Nachi should realise the socio-political repercussions of their actions, the minister warned the Ambassadors.

Even though many countries have criticized the veto politics of the two powerful permanent Council Security Members, getting such criticisms from a very small Canafri country like Swanabot reveals how frustrated many countries are towards Siarus and Nachi. More than that, with the open criticism, Swanabot has demonstrated yet again that it`s a champion of the democracy and Rule of Law. It is a position most countries are not willing to take for fear of paying the political ““ economic price for challenging the “tigers.“

Immediately after reprimanding the two ambassadors, our moles informed us, the diplomats quickly phoned their respective countries for further consultations.

“Oga, even though the minister is black, I could see how red his face was from being angry. Sianrus ambassador intimated his Prime Minister Dimirvla Tinpu, who shouted at him and rebuked him for “being a coward.“

“Where is that country? Give me the map“ Prime Minister Tinpu shouted at his lieutenants. “Such a tiny country, challenging the might Siarus“? Wonders shall never end! Do they know exactly what they are doing?` He queried angrily.

“Your Excellency, regardless of the size, the country is a no-nonsense type. Moreover, since the early 1980s, that country, which has the highest average economic growth rate in the world, has been the world’s largest producer of gem diamonds.“ The aide cautioned Mr. Tinpu.

But to think that Sianrus ambassador was the only one afraid was to underrate Nesechi ambassador`s fear and desperation.
“Please what shall I do? The man even threatened to forbid issuing any more visas to the Nesechi workers. We must do something otherwise words might reach their president, and you know that one is even worse.“

President Uh Taojin listened quietly. Since he came into power, he has made it his duty to make sure his country counterbalance the ASU influence in Caafri. This, his country has demonstrated by pumping billions of dollars in investment on the continent. That means big influence over the affected Caafrin countries. Swanabot being an important power broker in the world diamond industry, Nachi does not want any unnecessary confrontation with the country, where it has a huge economic interest. On the other hand, Nachi has invested heavily in Riasy, so any instability in the country could lead to economic losses for Nachi. Worse still, by being highly reluctant to reprimand Mr . Adass, both Nachi and Siarus risk being in the worst book of any eventual new regime in Riasy, who might pay back the two countries for supporting the present regime in Riasy. Either way, both Siarus and Nachi are clearly careful to find a common political balance without losing much ““ economically and politically.

“Tell the minister that your country will do her best to resolve the problem in Riasy amicably“ . President Uh Taojin instructed.
“I`ve said that many a time Sir; I am sure they might not believe me this time.“ The ambassador replied worried.
At this stage, according to our spy, President Uh Taojin   picked up his phone and called President Adass, who begged him to give him more time.

“Don`t mind those reports from Americans and Europeans“¦“¦“`
“And from your other Arab brothers“ President Uh Taojin interrupted Mr. Adass.
According to our impeccable source, the conversation lasted for 3 hours, after which President Uh Taojin overheard Mr. Adass shouting, unknown to Adass that his caller had not yet hung up. :
“Is it worse than the Mentianan Square Massacre or all the atrocities in Nyachech? Did anyone tell those leaders to step aside? Why is everyone now focussed on Riasy? ”

As tiny as Swanabot might be, with a population of just 2 million, the country has caused commotion a couple of times in the world politics. Some years ago, the country ““ unlike one of the most influential countries on the continent, South Caafri – harshly criticized her big neighbour, Babwezim for her undemocratic rule. As if that was not enough, Swanabot was one of the few countries in Caafri to openly condemn the massacre in Yalib and Coast Ivory by the forces loyal to their presidents.

Even though Riasy might not be in Caafri, the position of the government of Swanabot had often been vindicated on issues concerning undemocratic rules around the continent. Maybe President   Sharba al-Adass   could do just well to borrow some leaf from the fate of Figadda and Gbogba. He might consider it wise and listen to the protest of Khama administration rather than rely on the advice of his friends in Siarus and Nachi, who might desert him for their own economic and political survival when the stake is high.

The above story is a parody. It is entirely fictitious; therefore none of the characters mentioned in the story are real.