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Motto: Some cliche about cooperation
In green, members. In light green, partners.
|Otto von Hößlin|
• Gothberg Agreement
|Time zone||Euclean Standard Time (EST)|
The Northern Forum is a regional organization for intergovernmental cooperation among the countries located on the North Sea of Euclea. It attempts to facilitate common policy on transit and energy infrastructure as well as climate change and the environment. Other issues deemed pressing by the member-states are also included in its agenda.
The budget of the Northern Forum is funded by its seven member states: Alsland, Azmara, Borland, Caldia, Geatland, Scovern, and Werania. Its secretariat and institutions are based out of Gothberg, Werania. The Northern Assembly is composed of members of parliament and its decision are advisory. The working language of the Northern Forum is Weranian.
Northern Travel Agreement
The Northern Travel Agreement, ratified in 19XX, is a passport union that allows citizens of the Northern Forum il to travel and reside in another participating country without any travel documentation (e.g. a passport or national identity card) or a residence permit. Identity documentation is not legally required to enter or reside in any participating state. However, some companies and government agencies may require proof of identity in order to qualify for certain services. This is true for services like banking, which requires identity documentation issued by a local government authority. Those who travel within the participating countries but come from outside of the Northern Forum or the Zilverzee Area must provide identity documentation to enter, however it is not required to move between the countries if all participating governments maintain a visa-free travel agreement with a foreign state.
Northern Joint Aviation Agency
As the popularity of civilian air traffic increased, the Northern Forum agreed to establish a single aviation authority among them. In 19XX, the Northern Joint Aviation Agency was established. It maintains a joint aircraft register and oversees the approval and regulation of all civil aviation in participating states.
The Council of the Northern Forum is responsible for intergovernmental cooperation. Heads of government have the ultimate responsibility and attend quarterly summits to discuss cooperation and issues facing member-states and North Euclea at large. The day-to-day responsibilities of the Council are delegated to a member of the Council’s Secretariat who is nominated by the head of government of each state. The President and Vice-President are selected from among the members of the council on a rotating basis.
The Director-General is responsible for overseeing all functions of the Council of the Northern Forum. This includes meetings of the Council and the agencies created by the agreements implemented by the Council. The Secretariat, which functions as the administrative arm of the Council is led by the Director-General. The Director-General also overseas all of the activities of the Northern Forum. The current Director-General is Per Björnsson of Geatland.
Relationship with other intergovernmental organizations
The Northern Forum has six members.
|Country name||Arms||Flag||Head of government||Parliament||Membership status||Represented since|
|Alsland||Ottila Möller||Folkssenaat||Sovereign state|
|Azmara||Sofija Anasdohter||Alþing||Sovereign state|
|Borland||Yoghen Laakman||Rÿksdagh||Sovereign state|
|Caldia||Stiofán Mac Suibhne||Tionól||Sovereign state||1952|
|Geatland||Karl Nilsson Jung||Riksdag||Sovereign state||1952|
|Scovern||Ine-Linda Nesby||Rigsdagen||Sovereign state|
|Werania||Otto von Hößlin||Bundestag||Sovereign state||1952|