Group of Island Nations

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Group of Island Nations
Logo of the Group of Island Nations
Membership of the Group of Island Nations
Islands (dark blue) on Eurth.
FormationMay 19, 1974; 49 years ago (1974-05-19)
FounderKenkyō Declaration
Founded atKenkyō, Mitō
Legal statusActive
PurposeOrganisations of maritime nations
HeadquartersMaimedo (until 2022)
Secretary General
Mrs Miyo Okage

The Group of Island Nations (GIN) is a multinational organisation on Eurth. Its members discuss common socio-economical topics challenges as economic development, trade and shipping, ecology, fishing, etc. As island nations, the organisation's members share similar opportunities, concerns, and solutions which are markedly different from other, land-based Eurthican countries.[1]


The 1960s-1970s period on Eurth was a difficult time for many island nations. The Second Argic War had many negative consequences, including rising energy prices and its effect on our shipping costs. The Group of Island Nations expected their combined influence could pressure the Oil Producing Eurthican Countries to again lower these energy prices. The first (informal) meeting took place in 1974 in Mitō. It was the first international conference without continental powers. King Tomasso from the Sunset Sea Islands and Michael Cancio from Salvia were there. They, along with a host of other heads of state, put a great megaphone on the islands' situation. They also vowed to no longer get involved in ‘Great War’ logic. The Kenkyō Declaration was an incredibly optimistic moment of fraternity, solidarity, and pacifism.[2] This resulted in the Group of Island Nations' formation and the appointment of its first secretary-general.[3]


The Group of Island Nations is led by the Secretary-General. This person is appointed to a two-year term by a simple majority vote of the member countries. The Secretary-General is responsible for organising the conference. Current and previous Secretaries-General include:


  1.  Akwisia
  2.  Andalla
  3.  Ayubi
  4.  Bainbridge Islands
  5.  Burkini
  6.  Damak Var
  7.  Esonice
  8.  Galahinda
  9.  Gallambria
  10.  Giokto
  11.  Great Xio
  12.  Hexanesa
  13.  Konalani
  14.  Llalta
  15.  Mevraq
  16.  Miiros
  17.  Mitō
  18.  Niederoestereich
  19.  Orioni
  20.  Oyussa
  21.  Rhava
  22.  Rohini
  23.  Safiloa
  24.  Saint Francoisbourg
  25.  San Ba
  26.  Sanctum Imperium Catholicum
  27.  Seylos
  28.  Sunset Sea Islands
  29.  Tarua


  1. Group of Island Nations (7 December 2018)
  2. Chapter 1: the Nakazima Declaration (8 May 2019)
  3. When life gives you lemons, make GIN and tonic (9 March 2019)
  4. OOC. The position of Secretary-General for 2022-2023 was proposed to Safiloa.