The Islamic Kingdom of India (pink) has just declined a ceasefire request in its attempt to invade the Christian Republic of Rome (light green). But there is Britannian land (purple) to get through first, and if the Indians want a fight, that's what they'll get.
Britannian citizens near the border between the Islamic Kingdom of India and the Kingdom of Britannia are advised to move west, where Britannian troops are providing humanitarian aid. If this is not possible, citizens are strongly advised to fortify residences and stockpile supplies.
The Danish Union has agreed to assist Britannia in protecting itself and by extention the Christian Republic of Rome from the Islamic Kingdom of India.
The BOBS (Britannian Office of Border Security) would like to assure the people of Britannia that India poses no threat, and that evacuation in the east is only precautionary. BOBS Chancellor Oliver Williams said this morning, "This is not something people should be worrying about. We are much more technologically advanced than India, we have more and better trained soldiers, and we have the support of Denmark. I'd also like to add that the Sunni-Catholic war has been going on for some time as rebel Catholics try to depose the Indian government, but this is the first tims Indian troops will attempt to attack the Republic." Of course, the only way India can enter the Christian Republic of Rome is through Britannian land. Britannia has always taken a tough stance towards non-secular nations; that is, the Islamic Kingdom of India, the Christian Republic of Rome and the South American Christian State (dark green). King Harold Godwinson II has made clear his distaste for religious interference in politics, and Chancellor Williams stresses that the response to India is mainly based on defending Britannia, although of course the prevention of Roman civilian deaths is a factor.
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