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Kurabis joins Nieusbasric MWG

March 4, 1420

Written by Tom Durand

Kurabis recently joined the Nieubasric "Multinational Working Group Regarding Passport Security and Travel Document Standards (or the MWG)" programme. 
Along with Tara and Cambray, Reçueçn, The Holy Principaly of Saint Mark and others, the group is targeting the growing incidences of cross-border crime.
 "If the new standardisation will come in force, the immigration procces at airports may need to be renewed. That can cost up to 2,5 million crowns (approximately 162 100 USD)," says Foreign Affairs Minister Daria Kulakov.
 According to a survey, 73% Kurabisians say they are fine with renewing their passport for a newer one according to the standards, while 15% say it is time-wasting or they do not have time for it. 

 

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Note: this article is outdated, as I have decided "č,š,ž" is still part of Kurabi alphabet.

New legislation will bring back "ž"

March 9, 1420
Written by Jakåb Våssr

The new legislation will bring back "ž" to the Kurabi language. It was removed long time ago from the alphabet with other letters, such as "č" and "š", since westerners thought "it was too complicated".The new legislation was created due to Kurabisians thinking the "zh" combo used until today looked strange.
 While the "ž" letter is getting back, Kurabisians are talking about also bringing back "č" and "š". The passing of this legislation may be postponed if enough Kurabisians will support this.

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Kurabis is preparing for its football league

April 18, 1420

Written by Jakåb Våssr

Preparations have begun in Kurabis for its annual football league, the Kurabijska fůtbalova liga. All 13 parts of the country will participate. It is a tradition, that the hosting place changes from territory* to territory, this time, it will be hosted in Kosovske Mjesto.

 

*Territories are a common name for all parts of Kurabis.

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Ministry of Transport has agreed to build a new section of a highway

October 11, 1420

 

Earlier today, Minister of Transport, Jakåb Kos /KNP/, has annouced plans for building a new section of the D3 highway. The new section will lead from Klenapist to Klejne Mjesto. The section should be done and open in March 1421.

"We are pleased to announce, that we are going to build a new section of a highway, D3 specifically. This new section leads from Klenapist to Klejne Mjesto. We have decided to do this because of the bad road connection to Klejne Mjesto. At this moment, the train is a more viable option to travel to Klejne Mjesto. It will also help tourism in Klejne Mjesto, thus the economy."

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Government has agreed to extend Ministry of Foreign Affairs' reach

November 16, 1420

 

Government has agreed to extend Ministry of Foreign affairs' reach to cover tourism, as more tourists have arrived to Kurabis. The new Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Tourism will adress tourism and overtourism, along it's usual business. The current minister, Daria Kulakov /FK/, will serve as the Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs under the new ministry, as he is deemed to be not fit for the new job. New Minister and Vice-Minister for Toursim will be selected next week.

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