Embassy Row (Zamastan)

Embassy Row

Diplomatic District of International Embassies
Diplomatic District
The Headquarters Building of the Coalition of Crown Albatross in Embassy Row, Tofino, Zamastan.
Flag of Embassy Row
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Official seal of Embassy Row
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CountryZamastan
CityTofino
Founded1819

Embassy Row is the informal name for a diplomatic exclusive district in Tofino, Zamastan dedicated to embassies, ambassador residences and offices of foreign governments from across Iearth. Visiting dignataries, whether on diplomatic visits on behalf of their national leaders or attending Coalition of Crown Albatross sessions at the headquarters, also located in the district, have residencies in this district.

Sub-Districts

There are four sub-districts within Embassy Row. There are varying streets and infrastructure which also varies in terms of how large each embassies' staff is. The sub-districts are;

  • Whitefield Street
  • Hapson Gardens
  • Abotsford Park
  • Mamba District

Whitefield Street

One of the complexes of the Whitefield Street embassies

Whitefield Street contains the embassies of:

Country Ambassador To Ambassador From Notes
Gladysynthia Amadou Durand Josiah Martin Closed from 1937-1954, and again from 1968-2018. Reopened in 2019
Arenoran Isles Aaron Jacquard
Unified Sera Michel Derocles ?
Timeria Thierry Arloma ?
Mulfulira Ernest Allaire Hamal Fellag
Greland Edmond Jauffret Jonnes Rasmurson
Peoratia Olivia Gouin Souleymanou Houmma Closed from 1981-91 during the Peoratia civil war
Jaginistan Lilian Astier Faheed al-Zahari closed from 1982-93 during the Jaginistan Civil War
Alecburgh Georges Cahun Josh Narrow
Cyruda Caro Landry Zhembolet Yunuh
Murzi Claudia Parry Hugues Bruguière
Ossinia Annette Le Tonnelier Aaron De Villepin closed from 1985-2020, reopened following overthrow and arrest of Martin Saint-Yves
Syraranto Simone Rodier Rahimat Seghir closed since August 12th, 2020, with the onset of the Second Syraranto Civil War; Ambassadors and diplomats meet at the headquarters complex of the C.C.A.
Yubonia Felix Butler Amaury Laurens
Sulifa Lennon Harper Rahman Brahimi
Togaria Parker Young Ghassan Ayache
Qolaysia Valentin Boudon Zafir Hamina
Versenia Phil Marchand Renate Lingenfelter
Elborra Kyle Atkinson Jan Schroth
Saint Offeat Franck Gounelle Ralf Faulhaber

Hapson Gardens

One of the complexes of the Hapson Gardens embassies

Hapson Gardens contains the embassies of:

Country Ambassador To Ambassador From Notes
Vulkaria Jake Webb Endre Boler
Kyti Raymond Bellegarde Eivind Espe
Besmenia Catherine Deshais Klaudia Bechmann West Besmenian embassy closed in 1923. Embassy of the Federal Republic has been open since 1928.
Ruskayn Skylar Hunter Åge Haraldsen
Birnir Franck Beaufils David Arntzen
East Chanchajilla Johnnie Hudson Sergio Pastor
Beatavic Shirley McMahon ?
Yuan Christopher Devereaux Xiao Wuying
Zitasso Jake Webb Riccardo Donati
Verdusa Tracey Maxwell Sergi Montes
Durnstaal Olivia Bruneau Kaleb Blanke
Emmiria Matthieu Sylvestre Badraan el-Hosein
Somodi Junior Ward Odchigin Abaga
Iobaray Noah Robertson Pau Mesonero
Alluna Charlotte Gray Vincent Heilprin
Vuswistan Edwin John Kasym Yandarbiyev
Ascacia Ruben Walker Adam Rädler
Utobania Trinity Dillon Alexander Mahler
New Anea Constantin Jacquet Liam Priesner
Saudi Jiddiya Laurent Robineau Mohammed Firsa closed from 1990-98, spanning the Jiddiyan Civil War until its acceptance by the Coalition of Crown Albatross
Buckingla Dimitri Genet Dhaahir al-Rasheed
Zalluabed Stefan Barrett Jumail al-Fares Closed and reopened numerous times; 1944, 1951, 1977, 1991, 1993, 2000, 2003, and most recently in 2021 during the Hisrea War.
Alcarres Celia Bernier Marin Balog
Kuresa Keith Shaffer Vanja Biloglav
New Elkland Vincent Sawyer Marcel Meusburger

Abbotsford Park

One of the complexes of the Abbotsford Park embassies

Abotsford Park contains the embassies of:

Country Ambassador To Ambassador From Notes
Cadair Edgar Delafose Gryffyn Harvey
Drambenburg Basile Lambert Josef Ehlers
Tervali Islands Aurore Boulanger Adam Frey
Paraboca Hunter Russell Netuno Luz
D.S.C. No ambassador No ambassador Only partially functioning; most diplomatic relations are non-existant
Quetana Tanner Whitehead Carlos Amorim
Kossmil Harris Allaway Nikita Kaganovich
Skith Benjamin Wagner Treave Trelease First embassy opened in Zamastan in 1811. Closed from 1824-26, 1830-36, and 1980-82.
Beleroskov Marc Anouilh Vladamir Timotev closed from 1986-1999
Constantio Henry Marchand Dewi Townsend
Austrolis Aude Astier Sam Maurer
Caspiaa Robert Hutchinson Jonas Bakker
Rumaztria Estienne Jaccoud Iosua Lotulelei
Lutharia Antonio Murphy Inge Heimark
Larinthia Jacob Linington Ercole Sorbello Closed from 1938 to 1986
Siniapore Norbert Leavitt Kaisara Asau
Great Epsilon No ambassador No ambassador closed since 2004
Albarine Julien Boudon Marcel Trottier
Saint Croix and Bens Alexandre Lefeuvre Ammar Benyamina
Nebetia Sylvain Haillet Hashim Morceli
Andaluni Martin Bowman Ivan Noss
Alonnisosa Denis Bennett Jon Schou
West Chanchajilla Mark Trenholm Teo Cantero Closed in 2008, reopened in 2021 at the conclusion of the Chanchajilla War.

Mamba District

One of the complexes of the Mamba District embassies

The Mamba District embassies are the newest addition to the Embassy Row district, with most buildings being constructed in the early 2010s. Many nations relocated from their previous embassy sites in Abbotsford Park to take residence in the more modern, individualistic structures. Mamba District contains the embassies of:

Country Ambassador To Ambassador From Notes
Avergnon Camille Dufresne Amaury Laurens
San Martina Victor Derocles ?
Kiergat Oscar Spillett ?
Karnaim Jacob Dunstan Philip Buckner
Barangadesh Clement Pascoe ?
Caruban Hamilton Blissett ?
Slavic Union Sam Palmer Vasya Nikolaev
Goga Hubert Knife ?
Cechena Aubrey Flinders ?
Azil Isaac Harston ?
Kantoalina Winston Brandom ?
Kint Howard Lipman ?
Costa Sarba Christopher Dimmick ?
Janapa Brinley Rogers ?
Semalia Percy Chesterman ?
Trevivona Claude Outen ?
Angouburg Dugald Luker ?
Chaesia Arthur Fossey ?
Shoassau Louis Bouchard Gilbert George
Blaoria Ralph Scott ?
Dasmistan Leonard Reddish ?
Muprueburg Wilfred Aldworth ?
Zastaland Ernest Fisher ?
Khaytan Finlay Brant ?
Vitosium Kevin Beauchamp Joseph Vianelli
Serra Leon Elijah Jephson ?
Karabakhi Claud Bird ?
Wyomia Timothy Rosewall ?
Lovinali Amos Bartlett ?
Candatora Levi Levene ?
Artegana Norman Harrison Alexander Brading
Lillestola Eric Dadson ?
Ossotia Leo Pascoe ?
Jyau Israel Harding Allen Dupree
Nancaya Jim Huskinson ?
Oeslia Edmund Tonkin ?
Elbresia Thomas Marshall Allan Trevarthen
Ivite Alexander Brading Felix Semmens
North Shebat Harold Foster ?
South Shebat Bryn Sandow ?

Embassy Regulations

1. Embassy Plot, Staff, Mobility

a. The Zamastanian Government holds authority over the rejection or application of any foreign nation in any of the embassy grounds

b. The embassies will remain under governance of the soil of the sovereign nation currently using it.

c. Aircraft or sea-craft belonging to foreign dignitaries will be stored at the nearest port of entry unless ordered otherwise by the Zamastanian government.

d. Before entering Zamastanian soil, all members of the Foreign Diplomatic Mission will be subject to security checks at airports, seaports, or other ports of entry.

e. Each embassy is reserved to no more than the specified number of security personal, weaponry, and vehicles, as distinguished per district;

  • Whitefield Street - 45 Security Personnel, 55 Small arms, 4 semi-automatic rifles, 12 ground-vehicles, 3 air vehicles
  • Hapson Gardens - 45 Security Personnel, 55 Small arms, 4 semi-automatic rifles, 10 ground-vehicles, 3 air vehicles
  • Abbotsford Park - 32 Security Personnel, 40 Small arms, 2 semi-automatic rifles, 10 ground-vehicles, 3 air vehicles
  • Mamba District - 30 Security Personnel, 40 Small arms, 2 semi-automatic rifles, 8 ground-vehicles, 2 air vehicles

2. Diplomatic Immunity

a. Diplomatic Immunity shall be extended towards all Embassy Staff.

b. Diplomatic Immunity shall consist of the following:

b.i Freedom from arrest and/or detention.

b.ii Freedom from prosecution.

b.iii Freedom from being issued a subpoena.

b.iv Diplomatic Immunity shall not extend to the following:

c. Tickets issued for traffic and/or public order incidents.

d Freedom from being subject to a warrant to enter the Embassy.

3. Restricted Substance

a. Various drug substances are illegal in Zamastan. Embassy Staff found entering Zamastan with illicit drugs will have the prohibited substances confiscated. Other sanctions may apply.

b. Animals are permitted, provided a licence for them is obtained from the Zamastanian Government. The Zamastanian Government reserve the right to reject or approve any licence request.

c. Any plants or plant-like substances brought into Zamastan by Embassy Staff are subject to inspection. Any substance found to be dangerous or a risk to Zamastan will be confiscated. Other sanctions may apply.

International Relations

Zamastan (blue) and their allies (dark blue), neutral states (yellow), threats (orange), and enemies (red) as of 2019.

Main Article: Foreign Relations of Zamastan