TAKEBE, Seidaikei (DFNS) - The admission of the territory of Loyola Heights, Quezon City into the Daikoku Federation and the establishment of the federal city of Kitakyo on April 11 was met with protests from the governments of the State of Ariana and the Independent State of Kaleido.
The State of Ariana filed a protest against the government of the Daikoku Federation stating that they were not notified of the admission of Loyola Heights into the Federation and that the admission of the new territory went against their interests.
Negotiations immediately began between the Daikoku Federation and the State of Ariana, with a resolution expected to be reached in the coming days.
The Independent State of Kaleido issued the statement of King Mahayap (former Governor-General Luis Palay) in Filipino condemning the admission of Loyola Heights into the Daikoku Federation.
In his statement, Mahayap called the admission of Loyola Heights as "another great act of foolishness" and asked the "logical reasoning" behind the "occupation" of the area. He also called the Daikoku Federation to "occupy territories that can be governed" and not to "become ambitious."
"Let us not do reckless things in the present for we will reap it in the future," added Mahayap.
The Daikoku Federation had not issued a statement in response to Mahayap's statement due to the lack of diplomatic activities between Daikoku and Kaleido.