As reported on the latest news bulletin from Lina Ambre, officials between the Lai Dai Corporation and the Intaki Assembly have signed an armistice guaranteeing a ceasefire and an orderly withdrawal for Onikanabo Brigade contractors and presumably Lai Dai Protective Service 203rd Combined Asset Protection Regiment troopers and materiel that are currently entrenched in defensive positions at the Kainta Yavaat Transorbital Launch Facility.
Whilst it is favourable that the standoff has been resolved through a formal agreement between the sovereign authorities of Intaki V and the aggressing parties, without the potential for a horrific loss of life and further destruction to the areas afflicted, it must stand for the record that this is a situation that never should have occurred and that Lai Dai had no business interfering with the affairs of a Federal member state. The Federation must do more to prevent repeat instances of unlawful incidents carried out by entities acting in a cavalier, heavy-handed manner with no regard for basic sovereignty and interstellar law in order to meet their obligations under the Federal Charter which all member states have acceded to.
Furthermore, the loss of cultural artifacts and sites, both destroyed and potentially plundered according to accusations from within the affected communities, remains a burning issue for the inhabitants of Intaki V. If these allegations transpires to be truthful, as to my knowledge a full manifest of missing and destroyed items has not yet been compiled, then this agreement has permitted the Onikanabo Brigade to make off with their looted goods like a common mob, or a band of brigands that have robbed law-abiding Federal citizens and have been abetted in their crimes by Lai Dai.
Lastly, I’d like to thank the brave and valorous men and women of the Condottieri Rouvenour and Isuuaya Tactical contractors that provided support to the Intaki Assembly security forces, amongst others. I would strongly encourage other member states that reside in the border regions as well as the Federal Defence Cordon to revise their security arrangements and make wherever necessary improvements to bolster the strength and capabilities of member state armed forces, as well as to demand where possible additional Federal assets to safeguard the sovereignty and freedoms of the people.