Mount Vema has announced today complete departure from its development policy. The Kingdom of Mount Vema has always looked west for help when procuring building materials, equipment even securing future trade deals and recruitment of skilled workers. So far, there is a sense of lack of visionary leadership in the west.
As the city construction deadline looms, the Vema Seamount Authority has begun to look east, where support can be found from more practical and decisive visionary leaders. A statement from the Mount Vema foreign affairs department reads that “…Mount Vema needs to start talking and working with those leaders and countries who are serious pro wealth creators rather than relying on potential trade partners easily influenced by the media or public opinion.
China and Russia have moved to the top of the list as potential trade partners as Mount Vema pushes for deals from currency swaps, to reliable supply of construction material, manpower, equipment, household goods, security equipment, food, medicine and more, to meet its development deadlines.