|Part of Cicero Spenninger|
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Weg Marines load a car with necessary items for Bushwood residents.
|Wegmat||Confederation of Weimar|
|Commanders and leaders|
James Panton |
The Bushwood Blockade was political conflict between the governments of the Federal Union of Wegmat and the Confederation of Weimar. The conflict began after the New German Kreigsmarine began a naval blockade in Levare waters, in order to cut off Bushwood from Weg commerce.
The 7th Civil Regiment of the Wegmat Marines set up a relief base of operation in Shipstar, Gliffork to move goods to bush by walking or biking from Shipstar to Bushwood by avoiding New German territory on the north side of Madison Street. The regiment also began a motor lift by loading automobiles with necessities and sending them around Leavare and the cars would end up on the south side of Madison Street where the vehicles could be unloaded at the Bushwood Airport.
Wegmat Prime Minister orders Weg Air to begin mandatory cargo operation from Weg airports to Bushwood to airlift cargo into the city by drone and other aircraft.
On 13 March, Bushwood entered a state of emergency and the Wegmat Foreign Exchange Ministry requested the ACM to file an international injunction on Weimar. This injunction would order Weimar to lift the blockade by international law. If the injunction is passed, trade would continue normally, however, the Wegmat Navy will lead the first merchant ships.
The blockade continues an was used as a distraction from New Germany's aggressive land grab. During the Two Week War the Bushwood Blockade left the minds of the Weg public. The blockade was ended through provisions in the Treaty of Westerwald.