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« on: August 11, 2013, 07:45:28 PM »

Kingdom of Prussia:

1.- We, His Majesty Frederick William III would like to express our newfound confidence on the performance of our foreign minister, Count von Haugwitz. Thus, we give him the title of Chief Minister and we give him full control on the cabinet. Along with those two offices, a new Prussian Ministry of War shall we created in a few more months, to open the path for a more centralised military.

Prussian Cabinet:

Chief Minister: Christian Graf von Haugwitz (vacant since 1798).
Foreign Minister: Christian Graf von Haugwitz (retains post)
Interim Chief of the Army Reorganization: Lieutenant Colonel Gerhard von Scharnhorst.
Commander in Chief of the Prussian Army: Field Marshal Karl Wilhelm Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick.
Special Adviser/Envoy to Poland: Karl August von Hardenberg.

2.- Prussia would also like to remind other nations our compromise to neutrality, but we must warn France that we will not allow any kind of intervention beyond the Rhine. The same goes for the United Kingdom, should they try to force countries in the zone to join their war effort.

3.- We believe that the current reorganization of the court must continue, and we and the cabinet will draft a solution during the next months, to be discussed at a given point in 1801. Therefore, no disruption of public order or challenges to the discipline of the Prussian Kingdom are to be allowed, and they will be punished accordingly, taking Warsaw as an example.

4.- Referencing the previous statement, we will sent Karl August von Hardenberg as an envoy to our polish lands to see what changes can we made to allow a better life in the zone. However, violence is not to be tolerated, and foreign spies, should there be any of them, shall be punished greatly for trying to break the spirit of Prussia.
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« Reply #1 on: August 11, 2013, 08:10:52 PM »

The Prussian Government acknowledges the sovereignty of King George III and his family over Hannover, but we believe that British interests concern Hannover and Hannover alone, and that those interests have nothing to do with other German states.
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« Reply #2 on: August 11, 2013, 10:09:49 PM »

His Majesty Frederick William III and the Prussian Government would like to remind First Consul Bonapart that Prussian policy does not accept foreign intervention in Germany. We don't wish to meddle on France and Austria's affairs, but we believe that French domination over Baden would be unacceptable.
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« Reply #3 on: August 11, 2013, 10:32:33 PM »

His Majesty Frederick William III would like to personally thank First Consul Bonaparte for understanding the Prussian Government's thoughts on this issue. Our government has no issues with territorial changes in Belgium or Western Switzerland.

The Prussian Government acknowledges the sovereignty of King George III and his family over Hannover, but we believe that British interests concern Hannover and Hannover alone, and that those interests have nothing to do with other German states.
The Hanoverian government is free to engage in diplomacy with its neighboring powers as it pleases, and it just so happens that the Hanoverian sovereign will defer to the policy of the British government on this matter. We do not wish to bring our own war to the borders of Prussia; in fact, we seek to prevent it. We wish to keep the French out of Germany for the same reasons as your own government.

Agreed in principle, and for the sake of mantaining said position for both Britain and Prussia the Prussian Goverment will back down on the diplomatic language.
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« Reply #4 on: August 13, 2013, 11:18:10 AM »

Kingdom of Prussia:

We, His Majesty Frederick William III, King of Prussia and Elector of Brandenburg, announce the following royal decrees and dispositions for the next three months:

Government: Whereas there is an open need for getting rid of corruption in the Prussian State, I appoint Baron Heinrich Von Stein to oversee the reform of the Court and the nobles. This shall be done with every respect and consideration with the social position of said nobles, but Baron Von Stein's authority shall not be contested, as it comes from the King himself.

Army: Whereas the Prussian Army is in need for reform, we ask Colonel Scharnhorst to present a report and plans for modernization of the Army to be ready in three months, and to be implemented in the first months of 1801.

Diplomacy: The Prussian state acknowledges the formal membership of the Kingdom of Prussia in the League of Armed Neutrality, given that our country desires peace in Europe. We congratulate France and Austria on their disposition to sign a peace treaty, especially when there will be no territorial changes in Europe.

Poland: The Prussian State also acknowledges Von Hardenberg’s report on Poland, and we wish to begin formal discussions and meetings with Polish nobles to discuss a solution. Von Hardenberg shall lead the Prussian delegation, and we ask the nobles of Poland to choose three envoys and a Chief Negotiator. The creation of a new Polish Kingdom is out of the question, but some degrees of domestic autonomy are open to discussion.
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« Reply #5 on: August 17, 2013, 09:28:11 PM »

OOC: (Just for fun) Unconfirmed reports from the Prussian Court seem to indicate that the Prussian King has lost his temper, and apparently he has yellled at the Cabinet and Queen Louise that he looks grossly incompetent and lazy when compared to Emperor Alexander.
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« Reply #6 on: September 07, 2013, 03:37:06 PM »

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