Farax officially recognizes Goytakanya as an independent nation

MONHIEL- After several months of controversy and indecision, Farax Prime Minister Marvin Tumbon and the Farax Parliament has officially passed a resolution making Farax recognize Goytakanya as an independent nation.

Concerns mainly from Faraxan Conservatives surrounded the Suvumese Government considering it still recognizes Goytakanya as part of its territory. However, Farax has no relations with Suvuma has no relations with Suvuma at all. There are no flights, trade routes, or embassies. Considering these circumstances, Prime Minister Marvin Tumbon releases this statement. “Most countries don’t recognize Goytakanya as an independent nation because Suvuma is a fear mongering nation. They threaten to cut ties with countries that recognize Goytakanya as an independent nation.”

Tumbon hopes that Farax’s recognition of Goytakanya will help resolve the conflict faster. He has made it clear that the country still recognizes Suvuma as an independent nation as he released this statement today. “We do not want conflict over this decision. The reason we made this decision is for peace, not war.”

Farax is likely to create direct flights and trade routes with Goytakanya in the near future, as well as allow Goytakanya to build an embassy in Farax. Farax also has approved to participate in military conflicts between Goytakanya and Suvuma so they can defend Goytakanya. Farax is accepting certain Neo Deltan and Goytakanyan Refugees if such is required.

It seems that Farax is now the 14th nation to recognize Goytakanya as an independent nation.

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