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Foreign relations of Hurmu

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Hurmu, both reunified and with its sovereignty in 1690, is an emerging country on the international arena.

Bilateral relations

See also: Visa policy of Hurmu and Visa requirements for Hurmu citizens

In the table below, relations are summarised. If a country is marked green, it has relations with Hurmu. In the "Missions" column, a Hurmu mission in a foreign city is indicated by the Hurmu flag and the city in question. Similarly, the foreign mission in Hurmu is indicated by its flag and its location in Hurmu.

Country Year Missions Comment
Aerla Aerla No relations.
Akhidia Akhidia 1704 Hurmu New Paris (e) Informal relations with the view of establishing diplomatic ones began in late 1702. Treaty signed in late 1704 when formal relations began.
Anahuaco Anahuaco 1711 Informal relations began in 1707, with Anahuaco sending a delegation for the Microvision Song Contest that year, which Hurmu hosted, and required coordination with Hurmu authorities for logistical purposes. Future formalized relations possible and likely. The Emperor and Prime Minister are members of the Order of the Holy Lakes. Formal relations began in 1711 after Anahuaco's accession to the Raspur Pact and thus also to the Hurmu–Raspur Pact Free Trade Agreement.
Angsax Anglo-Saksen Commonwealth 1707 Hurmu Johannsessbuurg (e)
Angsax Vesüha
Warm, friendly relations, Shared Crandish–Arminian heritage. Treaty (1707)
Arevacía Arevacía No relations.
Ashinthael Ashinthael 1705 Hurmu Marble Palace (e)
Ashinthael Vesüha
Informal relations began in 1703, formalized upon Ashinthael's assumption of sovereignty. Collabartion on the the AshinthaelTransprinitica border, including demarkation and delimitation. Treaty (1707)
Bassarid Periphery Bassarid Periphery No relations. Hurmu considers the country to be isolationist. Future relations possible.
Batavia Batavia 1691 Batavia Vesüha (e)
Hurmu 's Koningenwaarde (e)
Relations established formally on 21.III.1691. At the same time, coincidentally, Hurmu genealogists confirmed the membership of Hendrik Leopold des Vinandy and his family in the Order of the Holy Lakes. By Treaty (1702), relations were upgraded to ambassadorial status and otherwise regulated. Relations polite and cooperative.
Benacian Union Benacian Union 1702
1690
Hurmu Chryse (e (v))
Hurmu Ardashirshahr (cg)
Hurmu Merensk (cg)
Benacian Union Ghawlama (L)
Benacian Union Vesüha (O)
Initially warm and friendly relations. Shared history and culture. Part of the Hurmu–Raspur Pact Free Trade Agreement. Elwynn was assisting considerably in the establishment of the new Hurmu state organization through the Allied Reconstruction Mission in Hurmu (ARM-H). Hurmu's mission to the MTO in Chryse is also accredited to represent Hurmu in the city-state. However, once the Second Elwynnese Civil War began, relations became more tense, with a UDF ARM-H unit defecting to the rebel government Elwynn and Amokolia (REA). Hurmu also established itself as officially neutral with view to the civil war, which also angered the Court of the Princess. Thus Hurmu has difficult diplomatic terrain to navigate with regard to its relations with Elwynn. Hurmu has, however, not officially recognised the REA or Tarrland. Hurmu regards the Second Elwynnese Civil War as an internal matter for Elwynn to decide its government. As such, Hurmu considers itself neutral between the warring factions. Since 1702 of the Second Elwynnese Civil War, the Benacian Union took over the foreign affairs of both Elwynn and the Unified Governorates. After the peace agreement between the Verionists and Humanists in 1706, Free Elwynn was reunified with the Benacian Union, which made matters simpler for Hurmu's diplomatic corps.

The same year, the Benacian Union also notified that companies who trade directly with the rebel islands of Cimmeria and Raikoth would be refused access to the markets of the mainland.

See also Foreign relations of Elwynn. Linus Truls Thorgilsson represents the Benacian Union in Hurmu. In late 1702, Ambassador Lyydia Kruuna, who had represented Hurmu in the Benacian Union's capital Chryse, was recalled to Vesüha for consultations as a response to the Benacian Confrontation, which saw Hurmu's diplomatic staff in Chryse driven to Ransenar's border.

Çakaristan Çakaristan 1704
1690
Çakaristan Vesüha (e)
Hurmu Agra (e)
Hurmu Suqutra (cg)
Hurmu Myvar (c)
Relations, re-established after the dissolution of the Great Apollonian Empire, are formal and polite, governed by the Treaty of Suqutra (1690). Embassies established, ambassadors to be exchanged. Ambassador Emiilia Ask leads the Hurmu embassy in Agra. Ambassador Ravi Sharma represents Çakaristan in Vesüha. In early 1693, Hurmu opened a consulate-general in Suqutra and a smaller consulate in Myvar. On the eve of 1698, Hurmu recognised the Great Apollonian Empire as a successor to Çakaristan. Doing so, however, created an issue in Hurmu with regard to Jingdao's debt to Hurmu for its responsibility for the Hurmu genocide. This issue was resolved through the dissolution of the Great Apollonian Empire in 1704, after which Hurmu had nothing unsaid toward Çakaristan, and was ready to aid Çakaristan morally in the establishment of its new government.
Calbion Calbion 1693 Calbion Vesüha (e)
Hurmu Pentyre (e)
Relations established in early 1693. Polite and cooperative. See also Foreign relations of Calbion.
Cisamarra Cisamarra 1703 Cisamarra Vesüha (e)
Hurmu Acquecalde (e)
Relations established in early 1703 as a result of the Port Esther Summit bringing an end to the Sanaman Civil War. Hurmu sponsored Cisamarra's entry into the Xäiville Convention, which was effected in 1708.
Constancia Constancia 1690 Constancia Vesüha (e)
Hurmu Asterapolis (e)
Hurmu Aqaba (cg)
Relations are friendly and warm. Constancia has offered substantial funding for Hurmu's independence through the Allied Reconstruction Mission in Hurmu, and continues to be a significant investor in the Hurmu economy. Part of the Hurmu–Raspur Pact Free Trade Agreement. See also Foreign relations of Constancia.
Craitland Craitland 1690 Craitland Vesüha (e)
Hurmu Cherry Trees (e)
Friendly and warm. Free movement of people between the countries. Hurmu citizens in Craitland are afforded same civil rights as Craitish citizens. Craitish citizens in Hurmu are afforded the same civil rights as Hurmu citizens. Vesüha Accords governs the relations between the countries. Both countries are members of and cooperate through the Xäiville Convention. Ambassador Samuel u-Malik represents Hurmu in Cherry Trees
Dark Berry Islands Dark Berry Islands 1693 Dark Berry Islands Vesüha (e)
Hurmu Mountainview Bay (e)
Relations friendly and cooperative. Established in 1693. Free trade and cooperations on many areas. Relations governed by Hurmu–Dark Berry Islands Treaty.
Eastern Natopia Eastern Natopia 1709 Eastern Natopia Vesüha (e)
Hurmu Lindström (e)
Friendly and warm relations. Shared history and culture to some extent. Part of the Hurmu–Raspur Pact Free Trade Agreement.
Floria Floria 1691 Hurmu Northcliff (e)

Hurmu The Promenade (cg) Floria Vesüha (e)
Friendly and polite relations until 1706, when the Senate of the Lakes denounced Floria's invasion in Port Balaine as an illegal war of aggression. Floria was then subjected to heavy sanctions by both Hurmu and, later, also the other Xäiville Convention countries. Hurmu's embassy to Port Balaine was made a consulate general in early 1707 after international recognition of Floria's annexation became more prominent. See also Foreign relations of Floria.
Haifo-Pallisica Haifo-Pallisica No relations. Hurmu considers the country to be isolationist. Future relations possible.
Hexarchy Hexarchy 1694 Hurmu Azul'an (e)
Hurmu Marduk (c)
Hexarchy Vesüha (e)
Relations established in late 1694. The countries agreed to cooperate in the fields of regional stability, science, and tourism, as well as working towards increased trade between the countries. Treaty (1702). See also Foreign affairs of The Hexarchy
Highpass Highpass 1703 Highpass Vesüha (e)
Hurmu Rhodondra (e)
Relations established in early 1703 as a result of the Port Esther Summit bringing an end to the Sanaman Civil War.
Imperial Federation Imperial Federation 1706 None Relations established in late 1706 as a result of the Imperial Federation's accession to the Raspur Pact. HRPFTA.
International Mandate International Mandate 1695 Hurmu Tiegang (e)
International Mandate Vesüha (e)
Friendly relations. Established in 1695. Treaty.
Kalgachia Kalgachia 1694 Hurmu Oktavyan (e)
Kalgachia Vesüha (e)
Relations established in 1694. Formal and polite.
Krasnovlac Krasnovlac Informal relations began in 1707, with Krasnovlac sending a delegation for the Microvision Song Contest that year, which Hurmu hosted, and required coordination with Hurmu authorities for logistical purposes. Future formalized relations possible and not unlikely.
Kurum Ash-Sharqia Kurum Ash-Sharqia 1702 Kurum Ash-Sharqia Vesüha (e)
Hurmu Vrijplaats (e)
After the country successfully seceded from New Batavia, relations between Hurmu and Kurum Ash-Sharqia were informal, held mainly through through the Sultan and the Princess Consort's membership in the Order of the Holy Lakes. On 5.X.1702, Jan Spiik visited Vrijplaats. After being received by the Sultan and his family, Jan Spiik and the Grand Vizier confirmed the opening of diplomatic relations. Treaty signed on 9.X.1702. Embassies established the same year.
Lac Glacei Lac Glacei 1694  Lac Glacei Vesüha (e)
Lac Glacei Ghawlama (c)
Hurmu Monte Glacei (e)
Hurmu Ergo Sum (c)
Hurmu Nurthaven (c)
Relations established in 1694. Friendly and warm. Shared historical and cultural links. Cooperation on matters of mutual concern. Treaty (1694). Eesdeheito co-administered as a condominium. See also Foreign Relations of Lac Glacei.
Lanzerwald Lanzerwald 1703 Hurmu Oudorp (e)
Sankt Ludwigshafen Vesüha (e)
Relations opened automatically through Sankt Ludwigshafen's accession to the Xäiville Convention. Embassies exchanged in 1706. Hurmu's embassy moved from Stadt Sankt Ludwigshafen to Oudorp in 1710.
Lostisland Lostisland No relations. Hurmu considers the country to be isolationist. Informal relations began in 1707, with Lostisland sending a delegation for the Microvision Song Contest that year, which Hurmu hosted, and required coordination with Hurmu authorities for logistical purposes. Future formalized relations possible but not likely.
Meckelnburgh Meckelnburgh 1699 Meckelnburgh Vesüha (e)
Hurmu Alexandretta (e)
Diplomatic relations established in 1699. Considered friendly and polite. See also Foreign affairs of Meckelnburgh
Mercury Mercury 1690 Mercury Vesüha (e)
Hurmu Mercury (e)
Friendly and formal. Both are members of and cooperate through the Xäiville Convention. Former Mercurian consulate in Lakkvia upgraded to embassy to Hurmu.
Mondosphere Mondosphere 1702 Vesüha (r)
Hurmu Carlstad (r)
Cordial yet cautious with Mondo himself, as he is a Knight of the Holy Lakes by "birth"-right. Formal and warm relations between Hurmu and Varmland, however. Representation offices in Carlstad and Vesüha exist for the other party. Relations with Mondo himself, as mentioned, as well as Etzeland Etzeland, Greater Sangun Greater Sangun, Northbloom Northbloom, Riskai Riskai, and Steerswick Steerswick are more complicated and informal. Hurmu foreign service hopeful of expanding on these relations, however.
New Batavia New Batavia 1691 New Batavia Vesüha (e)
Hurmu Lucerne (e)
Friendly and formal. Ambassador Garjom u-b'-Awak represents Hurmu in Lucerne. Treaty signed on 22.II.1691. See also Hurmu–New Batavia relations
Normark Normark 1703
1689
Normark Vesüha (e)
Normark Ghawlama (cg)
Normark Niš (c)
Normark Tyrador (c)
Hurmu Konungsheim–Elieru (e)
Hurmu Nordiskehjem (cg)
Warm relations. Shared culture, mythology, language. Part of the Hurmu–Raspur Pact Free Trade Agreement. See also Foreign affairs of Normark and Hurmu–Normark relations
Nouvelle Alexandrie Nouvelle Alexandrie 1691 Nouvelle Alexandrie Vesüha (e)
Nouvelle Alexandrie Ghawlama (cg)
Nouvelle Alexandrie Kaupang (cg)
Hurmu Cárdenas (e)
Hurmu Punta Santiago (cg)
Hurmu Lausanne (cg)
Relations are characterised as friendly and warm. Treaty of Ciudad Howard (1691), Hurmu–Raspur Pact Free Trade Agreement, (1691) Hurmu Ruins Treaty (1694). Ambassador Sabrina u-Kant represents Hurmu in Cárdenas. Hurmu consulates in Fauquier, Quesque, and Punta Norte closed in 1702 for financial reasons. See also Hurmu–Nouvelle Alexandrie relations
Oportia Oportia Informal relations began in 1707, while no formal relations have yet to be established, but are likely to be established in the future.
Pacary Pacary 1706 Hurmu Ittoqqortoormiit (e)
Pacary Vesüha (e)
Relations opened in 1706, characterized by peace, love, and understanding. In 1707, Hurmu sponsored Pacary's successful attempt to join WANC.
Phineonesian Confederation Phineonesian Confederation 1694 Hurmu Negara Awan (e)
Phinbella Vesüha (e)
Relations established in 1694. Friendly, if at times confusing, relations. Established an student-exchange programme. See also Foreign relations of Phinbella.
Ransenar Ransenar 1691 Ransenar Vesüha (e)
Hurmu Goldfield
Relations formal and polite. Established in the negotiations leading up to the Hurmu–Raspur Pact Free Trade Agreement. Hurmu's embassy in Shirekeep accredited to Ransenar. Ransenar ratified the Hurmu–Raspur Pact Free Trade Agreement in 1705, which deepened relations even more. Embassies established the same year. See also Foreign affairs of Ransenar and Hurmu–Ransenar relations.
Reunion Reunion No relations. Hurmu considers the country to be isolationist. Future relations unlikely.
Sanama Sanama 1691 Hurmu Semisa City (e)
Sanama Vesüha (e)
Warm and friendly relations. Sanama has contributed considerably to the Allied Reconstruction Mission in Hurmu. Treaty (1703), previously party to the HRPFTA, but upon Sanama's withdrawal from the Raspur Pact in 1702, the HRPFTA no longer extended to Hurmu–Sanama relations. New treaty sets out a new framework for relations. See also Foreign relations of Sanama. Hurmu and Sanama cooperate through WANC. Ambassador Patriker Selka represents Hurmu in Semisa City. Ambassador Daniel Durchdenwald represents Sanama in Vesüha.
Senya Senya 1690 Hurmu Svorgas (e)
Hurmu Port Nelson (c)
Senya Vesüha (e)
Senya Tyrador (c)
Friendly and formal relations. Both countries are members of and cooperate through the Xäiville Convention and the Apollonian Express. See also Foreign relations of Senya. Ambassador Stina Sarj represents Hurmu in Svorgas.
Shireroth Shireroth 1690 Hurmu Shirekeep (e)
Shireroth Vesüha (e)
Formal relations. Friendly. Shared culture and history to certain extent. Part of the Hurmu–Raspur Pact Free Trade Agreement. See also Foreign relations of Shireroth. Ambassador Jonas Sokker represents Hurmu in Shirekeep (accredited also to Ransenar). See also Hurmu–Shireroth relations
South Sea Islands South Sea Islands 1693 Hurmu Joseph Town (e)
South Sea Islands Vesüha (e)
After a long period of informal friendly relations, formal relations established on 5.V.1693 after a visit of Jan Spiik to Joseph Town. He inaugurated Hurmu's embassy there, the first foreign embassy in Joseph Town. In 1694, Hurmu sponsored the SSI's successful admittance to the Xäiville Convention.
Suren Suren 1692 None Polite and formal. Cooperation through the Hurmu–Raspur Pact Free Trade Agreement. Hurmu's embassy in Aqaba accredited to Suren.
Tellia Tellia 1690 None Friendly and formal. Both are members of and cooperate through the Xäiville Convention. Hurmu's embassy in Merensk (UGB) accredited also to Tellia.
Thraci Confederation Thraci Confederation 1694 Hurmu Kadim (e)
Thraci Confederation Vesüha (e)
Thraci Confederation Ghawlama (cg)
Formal and friendly. Relations established in 1694. Embassies exchanged in 1706. Embassy in Kadim expected to move later in 1707 or 1708 to Lesser Eura.
Transnordata Transnordata No relations. Hurmu considers the country to be isolationist. Informal relations began in 1707, with Insulia (as the country was then known; before that Voxland and Westland) sending a delegation for the Microvision Song Contest that year, which Hurmu hosted, and required coordination with Hurmu authorities for logistical purposes.
Valora Valora Informal relations began in 1707, with Valora's membership in the MTO requiring coordination with Hurmu authorities for logistical purposes. Future formalized relations likely.
Vegno Vegno 1707 Hurmu Cossa (e)
Vegno Vesüha (e)
Relations formalized in early 1707 by Treaty.
Western Natopia Western Natopia 1709 Western Natopia Vesüha (e)
Hurmu Geneva (e)
Hurmu Walstadt (cg)
Friendly and warm relations. Shared history and culture to some extent. Part of the Hurmu–Raspur Pact Free Trade Agreement.
Zeed Zeed 1690 Zeed Vesüha (e)
Zeed Vadimbaatar (cg)
Hurmu Rusjar (e)
Friendly and polite relations. Zeed was assisting considerably in the establishment of infrastructure and border control in Lontinien. In 1703, the Zeedic consulate in Ghawlama was moved to Vadimbaatar amid protests from the Zeedic community in Vadimbaatar. See also the Hurmu–Zeed Friendship Society.

Multilateral relations

Treaty/Org. Countries Year Comment
Hurmu–Raspur Pact Free Trade Agreement (HRPFTA) Benacian Union Benacian Union

Constancia Constancia
Floria Floria
Highpass Highpass
Imperial Federation Imperial Federation
Jääland Jääland
Natopia Natopia
Normark Normark
Ransenar Ransenar
Shireroth Shireroth
Suren Suren
Zeed Zeed

1691 Sanama Sanama withdrew from the Raspur Pact in 1702 and was thus since then not part to the HRPFTA. Floria since 1706 under sanctions, and thus temporarily not part of the HRPFTA implementation in Hurmu.
MOS Micras Organisation for Standardisation Batavia Batavia

Benacian Union Benacian Union
Byalia Byalia
Calbion Calbion
Constancia Constancia
Dark Berry Islands Dark Berry Islands
Great Apollonian Empire Great Apollonian Empire
Meckelnburgh Meckelnburgh
Natopia Natopia
Nouvelle Alexandrie Nouvelle Alexandrie
Port Balaine Port Balaine
Ransenar Ransenar
Sanama Sanama
Senya Senya
Shireroth Shireroth
South Sea Islands South Sea Islands
Zeed Zeed

1693
MTO Micras Treaty Organization Batavia Batavia

Çakaristan Çakaristan
Cisamarra Cisamarra
Constancia Constancia
Dark Berry Islands Dark Berry Islands
Floria Floria
Hexarchy Hexarchy
Highpass Highpass
Kalgachia Kalgachia
Natopia Natopia
New Batavia New Batavia
Normark Normark
Nouvelle Alexandrie Nouvelle Alexandrie
Ralgon Ralgon
Ransenar Ransenar
Sanama Sanama
Shireroth Shireroth
Tellia Tellia
Thraci Confederation Thraci Confederation
Valora Valora
Vegno Vegno
Zeed Zeed

1690 In 1690, Hurmu assumed the membership of the organization that had since 1689 had belonged the Hurmu Trust Territory
MTO Micras Treaty Organization Convention on the Laws of the Seas Batavia Batavia

Çakaristan Çakaristan
Cisamarra Cisamarra
Constancia Constancia
Dark Berry Islands Dark Berry Islands
Floria Floria
Hexarchy Hexarchy
Highpass Highpass
Kalgachia Kalgachia
Natopia Natopia
New Batavia New Batavia
Normark Normark
Nouvelle Alexandrie Nouvelle Alexandrie
Ralgon Ralgon
Ransenar Ransenar
Sanama Sanama
Shireroth Shireroth
Tellia Tellia
Thraci Confederation Thraci Confederation
Valora Valora
Zeed Zeed

1690 In 1690, Hurmu assumed the membership of the convention that had since 1689 had belonged the Hurmu Trust Territory
World Association of Non-aligned Countries Cisamarra Cisamarra
Kildare Kildare
Meckelnburgh Meckelnburgh
Pacary Pacary
Sanama Sanama
1704
Xäiville Convention Craitland Craitland

Mercury Mercury
Sankt Ludwigshafen Sankt Ludwigshafen
Senya Senya
South Sea Islands South Sea Islands
Tellia Tellia

1690
MTO Micras Treaty Organization Convention on the Establishment of a Common Court Cisamarra Cisamarra

Floria Floria
Highpass Highpass
Meckelnburgh Meckelnburgh
Natopia Natopia
New Batavia New Batavia
Normark Normark
Nouvelle Alexandrie Nouvelle Alexandrie
Sanama Sanama
Shireroth Shireroth

1705
MTO Micras Treaty Organization Treaty to Establish the International Commission Cisamarra Cisamarra

Floria Floria
Highpass Highpass
Natopia Natopia
Normark Normark
Nouvelle Alexandrie Nouvelle Alexandrie
Normark Normark
Ransenar Ransenar
Sanama Sanama

1705