Fosian Association for Regional Cooperation
The Fosian Association for Regional Cooperation (Breislandic: Fosiatische Vereinigung für regionale Zusammenarbeit; FVRZ) is a continental organization that was founded on 1953, for the purposes of solidarity and cooperation among its member states within the Fosian continent. U/C
Goals and purpose
In the words of Article 1 of the Charter, the goal of the member nations in creating the FVRZ was "to achieve an order of peace and justice, to promote their solidarity, to strengthen their collaboration, and to defend their sovereignty, their territorial integrity, and their independence." Article 2 then defines eight essential purposes:
- To strengthen the peace and security of the continent.
- To promote and consolidate representative democracy, with due respect for the principle of non-intervention.
- To prevent possible causes of difficulties and to ensure the pacific settlement of disputes that may arise among the member states.
- To provide for common action on the part of those states in the event of aggression.
- To seek the solution of political, judicial, and economic problems that may arise among them.
- To promote, by cooperative action, their economic, social, and cultural development.
- To eradicate extreme poverty, which constitutes an obstacle to the full democratic development of the peoples of the hemisphere.
- To achieve an effective limitation of conventional weapons that will make it possible to devote the largest amount of resources to the economic and social development of the member states.
Membership and adhesions
The later expansion of the FVRZ included decolonized states, Daras and other communist states. Members with later admission dates (sorted chronologically):
Suspension of Jumia (1957–1992)
Following the 1957 Jumian coup d'état, Jumia's membership of the Association was suspended unanimously at midnight on DATE 1957. U/C
The Association's working languages are Darasian (Zhuyin), Kemalian (Devanagari), Limonian (Jihozr), Mataraman (Aksara Mataram), and Zong (Giokji). These working languages are mainly used for written documents while assemblies and meetings are held in any official language of respective nation-states, similarly to the Adonian Community.