20: The Minister of Foreign Affairs at a press briefing at the MFA Headquarters in Foundersville declares that the King is considering the situation in the Ukraine and moreover Crimea, on whether or not to recognize the ascension of that region into the Russian Federation as a federal subject. The King, as per the Availability Clause of Section 8(d) of Chapter 5 of the Constitution is the Chief Diplomat of the Kingdom, thus the highest authority on Washingtonian foreign affairs.
6: Hours after the death of Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, King Randall I and President O'Neill release a joint press statement sending their condolences to the Mandela family and the people of South Africa, stating "Mandela was a global icon who inspired everyone with well intended ambition for humanity."
30: The Minister for Foreign Affairs in a public statement urges the United States to consider other-than military actions in the wake of the chemical attacks in Syria, allegedly done by Syrian President Assad. The Ministry had hours earlier finally declared that Washingtonia condemns the attacks however will not place blame without credible international sources verifying the origin of the chemical weapons and those who had used them.
29: Coinciding with the passing of a new draconian deportation law passed in the Ottoman Empire, the Washingtonian government publicly condemns the Siege of Van and the aggressive treatment of Armenians by their Ottoman overlords.
21: The Washingtonian Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire, Franklin Cane, accompanies American Ambassador Henry Morgenthau, Sr. to Constantinople to raise the issue of the Ottomans' treatment of minority Armenians after the Siege of Van. After the meeting, Ambassador Cane communicated to Foundersville -
"The Ottoman Government believes it is justified in its persecution of the Armenian minority, citing alleged collusion with Russian forces. I am supported by the American Embassy here in urging the strongest condemnation possible of the heinous acts committed by this Islamic state against vulnerable God-fearing Christian men, women and children. With the gradual disappearances of Armenian leaders and thinkers over the last two months, I believe there is little doubt left as to a planned war on the Armenian ethnicity."