W-Southern the leading transport service provider of Mount Vema announced today that regular ferry services from Cape Town to Mount Vema will start this month.
The announcement comes after a deal with a group of local companies to provide the vessels needed to transport workers and visitors to the island.
The news was welcomed by Mount Vema and South African companies who have been waiting for this news for many years since the creation of the Kingdom of Mount Vema. The service is expected to boost the local economy and to create more than 1000 jobs in Cape Town, in the region and in Mount Vema.
The Mount Vema Department for Fisheries has expressed concern after the plastic pellets spill in South Africa, one of the Kingdom of Mount Vema closest neighbours.
In a statement issued today, the Government said, the Kingdom of Mount Vema is following the events and is treating it as an ecological disaster threating the South Atlantic marine life.
According to the latest data provided by the Mount Vema Coast Guard, remotely following the currents, the nurdles packed into two containers which fell off the MSC Susanna have now moved as far as the Vema Seamount Territorial waters.
Mount Vema plans to drop dollar peg was confirmed today after two years since the government first announced the decision and reassured the market that the Kingdom of Mount Vema is not cutting ties with the US currency.
The decision to unpeg the golle is part of a plan to track a basket of currencies, according to the Central Bank of Mount Vema who said in a statement that the cap, introduced in 2006, is no longer justified. As of tomorrow, all commodities within the Mount Vema market, will be priced in golles.
The state of the economy of Mount Vema for the next three decades is very good and it is likely to continue for some time. Said the Mount Vema Central Bank who kept interest rate unchanged at 3.45%, maintaining the amount investors pay to hold deposits in golles. The Central Bank said, the economy will continue to be stable and predictable, to entice current investment, without the need to keep changing currency policy from one day to the next.
GolleCard announced today that it will reopen its payment services on Monday to provide Mount Vema financial institutions with GolleCard-branded payment products that can be used to offer credit to their customers when dealing with the Kingdom of Mount Vema.
GolleCard stopped offering credit card services almost six years ago when His Mount Vema Majesty’s Government and the Central Bank of the Kingdom of Mount Vema decided to restructure the Mount Vema financial system to improve its independent Global settlement of payment services in golles.
The company was granted a new license last week and is ready to reopen for business and to reclaim its place as the leading processor of payments between the banks of merchants and the card issuing banks of the Kingdom of Mount Vema.
His Mount Vema Majesty’s Government Department responsible for territorial management announced plans to train more commercial divers, this year to tackle the shortage of divers in the Mount Vema’s overseas jobs market.
The government plans was announced today when Handy-Deed, the City of Mount Vema project manager share price in the Mount Vema Stock Exchange fell, after the company announced that its campaign to recruit the necessary number of commercial divers to meet its contract obligation with His Mount Vema Majesty’s government failed to attract suitable candidates.
His Mount Vema Majesty’s Government announced plans to issue Press Cards (Mount Vema Press Pass) or (MV Press Card) to professional newsgatherers working with the Kingdom of Mount Vema overseas. The passes will be wholly owned and controlled by the Vema Seamount Authority and will be introduced next week.
The cards will be used by journalists and other media personnel (employed or freelance) authorized to gather material related to projects and government works related to the Kingdom of Mount Vema for editorial publication in all media - print, broadcast and electronic.
Any news organization can apply to issue the Mount Vema Press Pass to its members, or to those whom it or its members employ, as part of His Mount Vema Majesty’s Government plans to fight fake news in relation to the Kingdom of Mount Vema.
To be eligible a newsgatherer must earn most or all of his/her income on the front-line of the news business. The occupations include reporters and writers, photographers, TV camera operators and crews, and other broadcasting workers such as producers, and researchers.
The Official Photo of His Mount Vema Majesty King Peter J Goldishman –
The Vema Seamount Authority - 2018
His Mount Vema Majesty’s Government launched Passport Card to make international travel easier for nationals leaving overseas.
The card comes after intense but highly secrete negotiations between Mount Vema and more than five countries to enable Veman nationals to travel visa free and to facilitate investments from Mount Vema, as the purchasing power of Veman nationals is expected to increase after a positive report on fishery resources.
The Kingdom of Mount Vema is expected to spend more than ₲5 billion Veman golles in the next five years for access to foreign market and at the same time ensure that its passport holders can travel any where in the world free to explore investment opportunities in line with Government policy of poverty reduction through education and job creation.
The Passport Card is now open for applications at a cost of ₲65 Veman golles. Applicants must already hold a Mount Vema Certificate of Citizenship to apply. It’ll allow bearers to travel using it alone anywhere, to all countries added to the list to be updated regularly by the Royal Mount Vema Department of Foreign Affairs.
This year, members of the Mount Vema community voted for the producers of The Blue Planet in recognition for their work in relation to the marine life.
The Universal Cross, is one of the most prestigious prizes awarded annually by The Kingdom of Mount Vema to people and organizations worldwide for services to the Environment, Promotion of Peace, Universal Welfare and Life Achievement.
The Blue Planet is a British nature documentary series created and produced by the BBC. It premiered in 2001 in the United Kingdom. It is narrated by David Attenborough, and it is the first ever comprehensive series on the natural history of the world's oceans, enabling the world to understand the different aspects of marine life, with behaviours that had previously never been filmed.
The Universal Cross 2017, is not the first recognition and is not the last. Over the years, Mount Vema has given many prestigious awards in recognition for several works in relation to the welfare of the universe.
His Mount Vema Majesty King Peter – The Vema Seamount Authority, delivered Christmas Message today, when he spoke of the importance of community work.
This is His Royal Mount Vema Majesty King Peter J. Goldishman 11th Christmas message as a Sovereign since the creation of the Kingdom in August 2006.
The Sovereign wished Merry Christmas to all and a prosperous New Year, before he joined family members for Christmas Day prayers.
His Mount Vema Majesty King Peter J. Goldishman, the Vema Seamount Authority has congratulated Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their engagement.
In a statement released today by the Monarchy of Mount Vema, His Majesty the King said: “My family, my wife and I are delighted to hear that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are engagement”.
“We wish them all the best”. Said the Mount Vema King.
Plans to partially lift restrictions on advertising campaigns related to Mount Vema and related projects was announced today. His Mount Vema Majesty’s Government said in a statement that it will allow government departments, agencies and project participants to partially resume spending on advertising.
The news comes after the Kingdom of Mount Vema cancelled last month a worldwide marketing strategy that would have resumed a long-planned advertising campaign to market Mount Vema abroad from September this year.
Today the government changed its guidelines after the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade revised its advise stating that it sees improvement in the way search engines are now dealing with fake news and defamation against the Vema Seamount territory.
Today is the 11th birthday of the Kingdom of Mount Vema. Mount Vema celebrates 11 years since the territory was declared independent, on the First of August of Two Thousand and Six. The day Peter Goldishman declared Vema Seamount a Sovereign Territory.
The Mount Vema Independence Day is an annual celebration commemorating the anniversary of the nation's assumption of independent statehood, the day in history when His Mount Vema Majesty the King Peter Goldishman declared Vema Seamount and its adjacent territorial waters a sovereign territory.
Yesterday the Government announced that all services provided by Mount Vema institutions including online will be closed for business this weekend including this week Friday.
This is the time of the year when the administration reports the condition of the Vema Seamount and the community, which will pave the way for the future Prime Minister to outline the legislative proposals for the upcoming year, the overall agenda of His Mount Vema Majesty’s Government and priorities to the community and the world.
The Sea Fisheries Act, Mount Vema 2017 will come into operation tomorrow after the Royal Mount Vema Seal was granted by His Majesty King Peter Goldishman of Mount Vema this weekend.
The Act makes provision with respect to the levies which may be imposed, makes further provision for the regulation of sea fishing, makes provision related to fishing boats and gear lost or abandoned at sea.
The law says that the Minister may, whenever it appears necessary or expedient, by order make provision for regulating the conduct of, and safeguarding, fishing operations and operations ancillary, including provision with respect to the identification and marking of fishing boats and fishing gear.
The Mount Vema Minister for Fisheries may by order with respect to foreign fishing boats which, in pursuance of an arrangement for the time being in force between His Mount Vema Majesty’s Government and the government of any other country, enter Mount Vema fishery limits for the purpose of carrying on fishing operations or operations ancillary thereto, including provisions regulating the movement of those boats within those limits.
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Online advertising agencies and companies will lose about $10 million US dollars a year and more as the Kingdom of Mount Vema plans to cancel a worldwide marketing strategy that would resume its long-planned advertising campaign to market Mount Vema abroad from September this year.
The government said that search engines inability to deal with fake news and defamation against the Vema Seamount territory is making it difficult to spend in advertising. The Royal Mount Vema Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said in a statement today that no matter how much we spend, it would only benefit the websites who are willing to write and publish anything defamatory about the Kingdom of Mount Vema and direct traffic to their websites.
The Government said unless this issue is dealt with, apps and tech companies that make most of revenues from advertising, will continue to miss on potential revenues from Mount Vema and its project participants. So far planned campaigns on Twitter, Facebook, Bing and Google were already postponed until further notice, and services of two leading advertising apps that would take Mount Vema ads to Google, Bing and including CNN and the New York Times were also cancelled yesterday.
The news comes after the government announced that His Mount Vema Majesty King Peter has officially initiated talks with regional leaders for trade and regional development.
The Promissory Oaths Act, Mount Vema 2017, comes into operation tomorrow to make provisions relating to the law of Promissory Oaths of the Kingdom of Mount Vema.
The law says that where in any oath under this Act the name of His Mount Vema present Majesty is expressed, the name of the Sovereign of this Kingdom for the time being. The oath of allegiance form says, “I,… , do swear that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to His Mount Vema Majesty King Peter, his heirs and successors, according to law and the Vema Seamount Declaration of Sovereignty. So help me God.”
Other forms of oath included are, the Official and Judicial Oaths.
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The Citizenship legislation of the Kingdom of Mount Vema comes into force today to make provision about citizenship and nationality, and the right of abode in the Kingdom of Mount Vema.
The law says that a person born in the Kingdom of Mount Vema, a diplomatic premises, or a registered marine vessel under the Merchant Marine and Shipping Act – Mount Vema 2017, shall be a Mount Vema citizen if at the time of the birth his father or mother is a Mount Vema citizen.
A person born outside the Kingdom of Mount Vema is a Mount Vema citizen if at the time of the birth his father or mother is a Mount Vema citizen and is serving outside the Kingdom of Mount Vema.
When a person invests in the Kingdom of Mount Vema, and such investment exceeds ₲1,000.000, the Secretary of State may, if he thinks fit, cause him to be registered as a Mount Vema Overseas Citizen. After a year, such person may apply to become a Mount Vema Citizen, and after another year such person may apply for the right of abode in the Kingdom of Mount Vema.
When a person invests in the Kingdom of Mount Vema, and such investment exceeds ₲500.000, the Secretary of State may, if he thinks fit, cause him to be registered as a Mount Vema National (Overseas). After three years, such person may apply to become a Mount Vema Citizen, and after a year such person may apply for the right of abode in the Kingdom of Mount Vema.
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The Government has removed a number of organizations and companies from its blacklists after His Mount Vema Majesty King Peter Goldishman approved the defamation law of Mount Vema, that will come into force tomorrow.
Some organizations and companies were removed from the Government’s blacklist because of a section of the law that protects them, but the others will be subject to prosecution and fine if found guilty of defaming the Kingdom of Mount Vema, Mount Vema, Vema Seamount and its institutions. The legislation also paves the way for the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act of Mount Vema including the Trade Marks legislation to be laid before His Mount Vema Majesty the King this month.
The new legislation makes provisions with respect to actions for defamation and malicious falsehood by a person who has published a statement alleged to be defamatory of another person, a registered company, an organization, a government, an authority, a state or a territory which is a natural and an identifiable integral part of the Planet Earth.
The law says that public statements having qualified privilege without explanation or contradiction are:
A fair and accurate report of proceedings in public of a legislature anywhere in the world. A fair and accurate report of proceedings in public before a court anywhere in the world. A fair and accurate report of proceedings in public of a person appointed to hold a public inquiry by a government or legislature anywhere in the world.
Including: A fair and accurate report of proceedings in public anywhere in the world of an international organization or an international conference. A fair and accurate copy of or extract from any register or other document required by law to be open to public inspection. A notice or advertisement published by or on the authority of a court, or of a judge or officer of a court, anywhere in the world. And a fair and accurate copy of or extract from matter published by or on the authority of a government or legislature anywhere in the world.
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The Royal Mount Vema Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is hiring Call Center Managers to work at the consular facilities of the Kingdom of Mount Vema, to provide services that involves inbound calls - receive calls and emails from customers and clients, e.g. queries, requests, orders and complaints; and outbound calls - contact potential customers and clients with the aim of gathering information or selling a product or services to foreign governments and corporations.
If you thrive on leading a team in a customer-focused role a career as a call center manager could be for you. You will be responsible for the daily running and management of the center through the effective use of resources.
You'll have responsibility for meeting, and possibly setting, customer service targets as well as planning areas of improvement or development. You will ensure that calls and emails are answered by staff within agreed time scales and in an appropriate manner.
You will liaise with businesses and governments for which you provide the first response, as well as the third parties who supply products to the center. You'll coordinate and motivate call center staff and manage staff recruitment. The center operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and targets overseas clients in different time zones. Part-Time work is available. Learn more about the vacancy.
Mount Vema institutions have launched an international campaign to attract top sales representatives to sell products and services related to the Kingdom of Mount Vema including fish and related products as well as inviting companies to bid for government contracts.
Depending on experience some Government Departments are offering up to ₲55,000 golles, with a commission or bonuses that can add ₲2,000 to over ₲50,000 to a ₲15,000 basic salary, depending on the industry, product, service, the location and level of individual success, with customers that include individuals, businesses and government organizations.
The job involves selling products or services from one government to another or from government to business, and the representative may be involved in making a strong argument so the products or services find interested buyers.
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The ‘Sea Fish and Conservation Act, Mount Vema 2017’ was approved today by His Mount Vema Majesty King Peter J Goldishman. The Act will provide for regulating the commercial use of, fishing for, and landing of, sea fish, and for authorizing measures for the increase or improvement of marine resources.
The law says that no person shall land in Vema Seamount – The territorial waters of the Kingdom of Mount Vema any sea fish of any description, being a fish of a smaller size than such size as may be prescribed which does not meet such requirements as to size as may be prescribed in relation to sea fish.
Sea fish of any description which do not meet the requirements as to size prescribed in relation to sea fish of that description by an Order shall not be carried, whether within or outside relevant Mount Vema fishery limits, on a Mount Vema vessel, and an order may also prohibit the carrying by a foreign vessel in the Kingdom of Mount Vema waters.
The law comes into force tomorrow and includes provisions for regulation of nets and other fishing gear, licensing of fishing boats, restrictions on time spent at sea, licensing of vessels receiving trans-shipped fish, powers to restrict fishing for marine environmental purposes, regulation of the landing of sea fish, exemption for operations for scientific purposes, and measures for increase or improvement of marine resources.
Consular Relations Act, Mount Vema 2017, was approved by His Mount Vema Majesty King Peter J. Goldishman to give effect to the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations and to enable effect to be given to other agreements concerning consular relations and to make further provision with respect to consular relations between the Kingdom of Mount Vema and other countries.
The legislation will also deal with matters arising in connection therewith, to restrict the jurisdiction of courts with respect to certain matters concerning or arising on board certain ships or aircraft, and to enable diplomatic agents and consular officers to administer oaths and do notarial acts in certain cases.
The Vienna Convention on Consular Relations of 1963 is an international treaty that defines a framework for consular relations between independent states. A consul normally operates out of an embassy in another country, and performs two functions: 1- protecting in the host country the interests of their countrymen, and 2- furthering the commercial and economic relations between the two states. While a consul is not a diplomat, they work out of the same premises, and under this treaty they are afforded most of the same privileges, including a variation of diplomatic immunity called consular immunity. The treaty has been ratified by more than 175 states
The Act may be cited as the Consular Relations Act, Mount Vema 2017, and comes into force today.
Diplomatic Privileges Act, Mount Vema 2017, was approved by His Mount Vema Majesty King Peter J. Goldishman to provide provisions for the diplomatic privileges and immunities by giving effect to the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations and connected purposes.
The Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations of 1961 is an international treaty that defines a framework for diplomatic relations between independent countries. It specifies the privileges of a diplomatic mission that enable diplomats to perform their function without fear of coercion or harassment by the host country. This forms the legal basis for diplomatic immunity. Its articles are considered a cornerstone of modern international relations, ratified by more than 190 states.
The Kingdom of Mount Vema today has officially ratified MARPOL 73/78 (International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships) after His Mount Vema Majesty King Peter J Goldishman approved the Merchant Marine and Shipping legislation of Mount Vema that incorporates provisions of the Convention on the International Maritime Organization.
The law says that His Mount Vema Majesty may by Order make such provision as he considers appropriate for the purpose of giving effect to any provision of any of the following which have been ratified by the Kingdom of Mount Vema--
The International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (including its protocols, annexes and appendices) which constitutes attachment 1 to the final act of the International Conference on Marine Pollution signed in London on 2nd November 1973.
The Protocol relating to Intervention on the High Seas in Cases of Marine Pollution by Substances other than Oil which constitutes attachment 2 to the final act, the Protocol relating to the said Convention which constitutes attachment 2 to the final act of the International Conference on Tanker Safety and Pollution Prevention signed in London on 17th February 1978, and the International Convention on Oil Pollution Preparedness, Response and Co-operation, 1990 (including the Final Act of the Conference and the attached resolutions) signed in London on 30th November 1990.
MARPOL 73/78 is one of the most important international marine environmental conventions. It was developed by the International Maritime Organization in an effort to minimize pollution of the oceans and seas, including dumping, oil and air pollution. The objective of this convention is to preserve the marine environment in an attempt to completely eliminate pollution by oil and other harmful substances and to minimize accidental spillage of such substances.
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Law of the Sea Treaty (United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea)
MARPOL 73/78 (International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships)
The Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations of 1961
The Vienna Convention on Consular Relations 1963
The Right to Self-Determination
Many believe because our community is not a member of the United Nations and is only just over a decade old, doing business with the Kingdom of Mount Vema is not possible for foreign nationals and foreign companies seeking to take advantage of the business opportunities the floating city project is creating. Nothing could be further from the truth. The territory doesn't need a United Nations membership to function as a sovereign territory, or to exercise its inalienable right for self-determination