User talk:Padrhom

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Mutual recognition between Republic of Padrhom and my micronations

Dear Padrhom,
My micronations,the German Reich of Mednyi and the People's Republic of Hashima will be pleased to can establish mutual recognitions and diplomatic relationships between us,and i also invite you to enter inside the United Micronations.
I will wait for an your reply.
Sincerely,
Fabriziodg91
--Fabriziodg91 (talk) 15:37, 22 November 2014 (UTC)

Greetings Fabriziodg91. I use the edit way because I don't know how to answer a message (if you can tell me...) Before establishing mutual recognition and diplomatic relationships, we need to learn more about your micronations (any website or FB page where we can learn more about you ?). And the first question is "why 2 micronations ?" About the enter in a micronational organisation, it's not our politics. We are just member of the UAMW for philosophic reasons.

Best regards, Michel Vichat, GPC for the République du Padrhom.

For can answer,the edit way is also good,but you can use also "Add Topic" for can add a new topic into the discussion (this is what i know for now). However,the official websites of my two micronations are: Germanreichofmednyi.altervista.org and Peoplesrepublicofhashima.altervista.org.

However,are two micronations simply because are so different between them (not close territories,different languages,kind of government,everything) so i keep them separate,with their own history and heritage. Of course if you have some questions,please ask me and i will be happy to can reply. What i want is a friendly relationships between our micronations. Best regards and good saturday evening, Fabrizio Fabriziodg91 (talk) 19:52, 22 November 2014 (UTC)

When I try the edit button, it sends me to a 404 error page. So I use once again the "edit" way. I have sent you 2 messages through the contacts option of your websites. I think it could be easier to use this way to exchange.

Best regards and good evening, Michel Vichat, GPC for the République du Padrhom.