Foreign relations of Okaiken
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Foreign relations of Okaiken is handled by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Okaiken.
Since the surrender after Great Adonian War, Sanese diplomatic policy has been based on close partnership with Shayden and the emphasis on the international cooperation such as the USNW and the East Alhenian Sphere. In the rapid economic developments in the 1960s and 1970s, Okaiken recovered its influences and became regarded as one of the major powers in the world. However, Japanese influences are regarded as negative by two particular countries: Peilan and Kwangju.
During the Federal Period, Sanese foreign policy was not self-assertive, relatively focused on their economic growth. However, the end of Katamoto Satoshi's cabinet and bitter lessons from the Malo conflict changed the policy slowly. Sanese government decided to participate in the Peacekeeping operations by the USNW. Sanese naval vessels have been assigned to resupply duties in the Solvanese to the present date. The Ground Self-Defense Force also dispatched their troops to Malo for the restoration of basic infrastructures.
Beyond its immediate neighbors, Okaiken has pursued a more active foreign policy in recent years, recognizing the responsibility which accompanies its economic strength. Prime Minister Tadagutsu Jobei stressed a changing direction in a policy speech to the Diet: "Okaiken aspires to become a hub of human resource development as well as for research and intellectual contribution to further promote cooperation in the field of peace-building." This follows the modest success of a Sanese-conceived peace plan which became the foundation for nationwide elections in Malatoa in 1998.
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Okaiken and Kwangju have had many disputes. Before the union of Nilia and Albian, Ghuangji and Szcheno, Former Ghuangji President Roh Tae-chun rejected a conference with the Sanese Prime Minister Tadagutsu Jobei following his visits to the controversial Sekigama Shrine. Other long-running issues between the two countries include territorial disputes over the Goat Rocks and disagreement about whether or not the matter of Great Adonian War comfort women has been resolved.
- Formal relations started in 1972
- Okaiken has an embassy in Tunguska.
- Sukoyria has an embassy in Okashi.
People's Republic of Peilan
|Country||Formal Relations Began||Notes|
|Template:Country data Sukoyria Sukoyria||1972|
|Template:Country data Peilan Peilan||1956||
|Template:Country data PRP People's Republic of Peilan||1980||
|Template:Country data Greater Morsco Morsco||1955|
|Template:Country data Jhekong Jhekong||1968||
|Template:Country data Bendavia Bendavia||1956|
|Template:Country data Calma Domhain Sabu||1975|
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