Revised SPEED[edit | edit source]

In the interest of revising the SPEED Document for the 21st century, Queen Stephanie issued a royal decree for a revised version of SPEED to be issued. It is heavily based on the original SPEED document that was drafted by Adrik Annan in 1991.

Royal Decree of the Queen of the Maritime Republic of J Andres

Decree 2052-07-06

Standard Protocols for Embassy Establishment Decree

Article I. Short Title This decree establishes the standard protocols for embassy establishment within the Maritime Republic of J Andres by the name and authority of Her Majesty, the Queen, Stephanie, Daughter of Josef I. This decree shall henceforth be referred to as "SPEED."

Article II. Embassy Establishment A request for an embassy in the Maritime Republic of J Andres must be approved by the Minister of Foreign Affairs. Once approved by the Minister, the foreign nation must agree to all terms outlined in Article III. Once foreign nation signs “SPEED” then they shall be granted an embassy in Endor Cuidad.

Article III. Terms of Establishment Embassy are established according to the Standard Protocols stated in “SPEED” and in good hopes of fostering continued understanding, peace, and improved relations between J Andres and the foreign nation. The established Ambassador and J Andres officials may request an audience with one another at any time and this request should be granted to the fullest capability.

Section I. Embassy Staff The Foreign Entity may send one ambassador to their embassy. Embassy personnel are never to exceed fifty persons; this includes the ambassador, diplomats, aides, assistants, security, and all else not mentioned. Security staff of the embassy may possess small firearms (handguns) while on embassy territory. Foreign nationals may not possess firearms when outside embassy territory.

Section II. Extraterritoriality of Embassies Embassies are considered to be land of the foreign entity. J Andres personnel may only enter Embassy ground with permission from the established ambassador.

Section III. Diplomatic Immunity and Right to Expel Only the established ambassador from the foreign entity may receive diplomatic immunity. The government of J Andres reserves the right to expel any foreign national from J Andres territory. Said expelled nationals may reside in the embassy or may be transported out of J Andres. Foreign nationals residing in an embassy for asylum are not guaranteed safe passage from J Andres. Any foreign nationals without diplomatic immunity may be prosecuted to the full extent of J Andres law.

Section IV. Diplomatic Vehicles Foreign entity is permitted to bring three vehicles and one helicopter to J Andres. All vehicles must be properly registered with the Department of Foreign Affairs.

Section V. Revocation of Embassy and Diplomatic Rights The nation of J Andres reserves the right to close the embassy at any time. If the embassy is closed in this manner, all diplomatic staff will be permitted safe passage from J Andres. Individuals without diplomatic immunity will become subject to J Andres law after the closing of the embassy and may be taken into custody of the Maritime Republic and prosecuted.

Article VI. Land Claims By establishing an embassy in J Andres, the foreign entity recognizes the authority of the government of the Maritime Republic of J Andres as the sole authority and governing body within the J Andres borders.

By Royal Order,

Her Majesty, The Queen of the Maritime Republic of J Andres and its Empire, Stephanie of the House Mercton

Treaties of J Andres[edit | edit source]

Active Treaties[edit | edit source]

J Andres currently has no active treaties.

Embassies in Endor Cuidad[edit | edit source]

Prior to 2113, embassies existed on either Embassy Circle (1-20) or Bethesda Way (1-8). After the assassination of King Phillippe, Phillippe II renamed sections of Embassy Circle to honor past monarchs. Phillippe Avenue consists of Embassy Circle buildings 1-8. Katherine Boulevard consists of Embassy Circle buildings 9-15. Stephanie Street consists of Embassy Circle buildings 16-20.

Phillippe Avenue[edit | edit source]

Embassies of Phillippe Avenue
Address Image Nation Continent Previous Residents
One VenicianaEmbassy.jpg
Two NewArundelEmbassy.jpg Ottania North America
  • Arundel
  • Disparu
  • Caucasus Union
Three LEGembinEndor.jpg
Four Gandiembassyinendor.jpg
Five Transinendor.jpg
Six Crimeainendor.jpg
  • Crimea Iso
  • Greater Quebec Republic
  • Tikal
Seven Pdsarinendor.jpg
  • Newfoundland & Labrador
Eight Joyseyinendor.jpg
  • Joysey
  • Neo Franzharia
  • North Pacific Commonwealth
  • Republic of Pará
  • Vinsalia

Katherine Boulevard[edit | edit source]

Embassies of Katherine Boulevard
Address Image Nation Continent Previous Residents
One Distinendor.jpg Vermont Republic North America
  • Distopia
Two Kanteeroinendor.jpg
  • Kanteero
  • Imperial Union
  • Maine
  • Free Republic of the Carolinas
  • Kingdom of Brazil
Three Daoriminendor.jpg
  • Daorim
  • Imperium of America
Four Tahoeinendor.jpg
  • Tahoe
Five Usnainendor.jpg
Six Plinendor.jpg
  • Promised Land
Seven Turkeyinendor.jpg
  • Turkey
  • Byzantium
  • Las Islas Bellas

Stephanie Street[edit | edit source]

Embassies of Stephanie Street
Address Image Nation Continent Previous Residents
One 16embassycircle.jpg
  • Marscurian Siberia
Two 17embassycirc.JPG
  • Rebel Virginia
  • Lansia
  • Grand Ottoman Empire
Three Colstreaminendor.jpg
  • Colstream
  • Gemini Republic
Four Raccinendor.jpg
  • Raccoonia
  • Federal Republic of Alaska
  • United States of America
  • Iberia
Five Kangislandinendor.jpg
  • Kangaroo Island

Bethesda Way[edit | edit source]

Embassies of Bethesda Way
Address Image Nation Continent Previous Residents
One 1bethesda.jpg
  • Dragon Empire
  • Federal Republic of Greenland
  • Greenland
Two 2bethesdaway.jpg Quebec North America
Three Threebethesda.png
  • Selenarctos
  • Moskva
Four Fourbethesda.png
  • Hudson Bay Federation
Five Fivebethesda.png
  • Terre Regius
Six Sixbethesda.png
Seven Sevenbethesda.png
Eight Eightbethesda.png
  • Ireland
  • Sleepy Hollow

Ambassadors[edit | edit source]

In an effort to streamline the Department of Foreign Affairs, after the 2052 reformation, Senior Ambassadors were assigned to countries by continents. Certain countries may warrant specific full time ambassadors, but these ambassador specialists still report to the Senior Ambassador for the area.

North America: George Wright
South America: Albert Gauss
Europe: Bernard Gray
Africa: Robert Fournier
Asia: Sergey Artyom
Australia & Oceania: Abbey Brown
Antarctica: Sofie Trommler

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