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Greece was Liberated by Security Council Resolution # 29

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Welcome to Greece, Birthplace of Western Civilization and Democracy. Greece was the first area in Europe where advanced early civilizations emerged, beginning with the Cycladic civilization on the Aegean Islands, the Minoan civilization in Crete and then the Mycenean civilization on the mainland. Enjoy our lovely islands, history and culture, join in on some fine dancing and sip some Ouzo! Opa!

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Embassies: Christmas, Ireland, Brasil, United States of America, Australia, Portugal, Japan, Cyland, Empire of Great Britain, The New Mappers Union, Singapore, Union of Christian Nations, Bloco Liberal, Philippines, Mediterranean, Hiyamashu, and 23 others.Monarchist and Democratic Alliance, Paraguay, Zombie Research Institute, Libertatem, Atlantis, The Metaxist Front, Corfu, Africa, Bharat, American Jewish Committee, The New Meritocracy, Nasicournia, United States of Femdom, The New European League, The Great Universe, Europe but better, United of Loush Lands, Anti Fairy Pact, Hellenic League, The Acropolis, Aissurian Union, Nordic Territories, and Romania.

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Greece contains 31 nations, the 542nd most in the world.

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Today's World Census Report

The Nudest in Greece

After exhaustive surveys, the World Census calculated which nations have the greatest acreages of flesh on public display.

As a region, Greece is ranked 5,440th in the world for Nudest.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Empire of HealoInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Why so serious”
2.The City-States of Nikopolis of Nikolaos The GreatCivil Rights Lovefest“Knowledge, Wisdom, Prosperity”
3.The Pageant Representative of AmphipolisAnarchy“Εδώ είναι ... Μις Αμφίπολη”
4.The Republic of Region of EpirusAnarchy“Progress with Humanity”
5.The Secret Rite of The Eleusinian MysteriesDemocratic Socialists“The Mysteries”
6.The Liberation Front of Dimokratikos StratosLeft-wing Utopia“Dimokratikos Stratos Elladas (DSE)”
7.The Golden Dawn Showers of HelleneIron Fist Socialists“An' it harm none, do what ye will”
8.The Republic of GraikosAnarchy“Ίσχύς μου ή άγάπη του λαού”
9.The Audi of R8Inoffensive Centrist Democracy“R8”
10.The Republic of Jason and the ArgonautsAnarchy“The best lack all conviction”
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Greece Regional Message Board

Indo-Greco-Bactria wrote:Hello

Hi!

Indo-Greco-Bactria, Theodoro-Mancup I propose to all have the same timeline!

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What is this timeline that you're talking about?

Kallidrus wrote:lololololololololol

No.

Indo-Greco-Bactria wrote:What is this timeline that you're talking about?

we could draft a similar timeline for our nations...

So? Shall we draft the timeline?

Trebizond- wrote:Theodoro-Mancup u still online?

Am now

Theodoro-Mancup wrote:Am now

Ok when finished show example.

HAPPY INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE

Today is the International Day of Peace. Let us come together in reflection, hope and prayer for a world with less violence, conflict and injustice and one where peace, justice and kindness rule.

I would also like to share with you all an incredible campaigner for peace and justice. Eleanor Roosevelt was the First Lady of the United States from 1933-1946, served as the US Representative to the United Nations, oversaw the drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and was a prominent campaigner for youth, women and racial minorities in the United States. She was a woman far ahead of her time whose resolve and influence has fundamentally changed the world for the better.

This quote by Eleanor Roosevelt has been a favourite of mine for many years. I hope it inspires you, as it does me, on this important day.

ĎIt isnít enough to talk about peace. One must believe in it. And it isnít enough to believe in it. One must work at it.í

Blessings to you all on this important day.

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