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Region: Geopolity

European Free Trade Organisation wrote:

To: Shekhar Tanui, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Infiny
From: Council of the European Free Trade Organsation
Subject: Re: Entry into the EFTO as a non-European partner

Firstly, the Council wishes to express its apologies for the length of time it has taken to respond to your last message. We were glad to receive your application letter and the Council is very excited to establish a trade agreement with Infiny. After a review of your application we wish to inform you of the various provisions the Council wishes to make;

Provisions for the free trade of goods and services between European Free Trade Organisation and Infiny
The right for individual Member States to refuse the entry of products or services which do not meet the relevant legislation with regards to quality standards and similar legislation on banned substances.
This trade agreement will in no way change the current policies on the movement of people between Infiny and each individual Member State of the EFTO.

We hope both yourself and the Government of Infiny will review and accept these provisions for free trade. Should you require to add to the provisions outlined please do not hesitate to inform the Council where it can be reviewed.

Best Wishes,
Council of the European Free Trade Organisation

To: Council of the European Free Trade Organisation
From: The Infinian Ministry of Economic Affairs
Subject: Re: Entry into the EFTO as a non-European partner

Respected members of the council,

I would like to thank you for reviewing Infiny's official application for membership of the organization, and I am happy to hear that the evaluation has been favorable. Allow me to quickly address the various provisions that you have named;

- The provisions for the free trade of goods and services between members of the European Free Trade Organisation and Infiny will be accepted. We would, however, like to know whether this provision automatically extends itself to partners of the EFTO, such as Infiny and the Qing Dynasty.
- The right for individual member states to refuse the entry of products and services which do not meet the relevant legislation is unequivocally accepted.
- The absence of influence of this treaty on individual agreements between Infiny and individual member states of the EFTO is also accepted.

Therefore, we have no objections to anything outlined in your kind response, with the exception of the minor question in the first point. We are looking forward to many years of prosperity as a non-European partner of the EFTO.

Sincerely,

Shekhar Tanui
Minister of Economic Affairs

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