I find it regrettable that I have to resort to bringing this matter to the IGS, but I have been left little choice.
It was brought to my attention by a number of my associates that one of Khimi Harar’s diplomatic officers, @Amicia_Cora , recently expressed some concerning views regarding the Caldari State and our relationship with the CONCORD signatories on a publicly accessible channel.
Expressing frustration over the Federation’s flagrant violation of the CEMWPA in early November, Ms. Cora went on to state that: “You don’t restore international law by joining in with those undermining it. You only condemn it further. I always felt that, despite our differences, both the Federation and the Empire at least understood that. And that so long as they both did so, the two smaller nations could be kept in line.”
Normally I would not regard such a comment with more than idle disdain, but my concern only grew once Ms. Cora was reached out to for an explanation regarding that comment, something she reacted to with callous dismissal and deflections, stating that her comment was made in “the heat of the moment” and should not be focused on, followed shortly thereafter by an abrupt disconnection.
Ms. Cora went on to reject any further dialogue on the subject, prompting me to take this matter to a more public setting such as these forums in hope of shedding some light on this situation.
I would ask @Amicia_Cora to elaborate on this belief she holds that the Empire and Federation have a shared understanding to “keep the two smaller nations in line”, especially seeing as the State has been the only signatory throughout this international crisis to behave totally and unambiguously within the confines of all international treaties.
I would also like to reach out to Khimi Harar’s leadership for comment on the subject, and if this belief as expressed by their diplomatic officer is representative of their organization’s views of the State.