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Asgard
Flag of Asgard
Map of Asgard
Formation August 22, 2012 (Day 1737)
Type Military
Secretary-General Icon-Norway.png Joshua Morriseau
Members 2
Newspaper Asgard HeadQuarters


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Asgard was founded by Icon-Sweden.png Sweden and Icon-Finland.png Finland with the aim to strengthen the Nordic brotherhood and to give the fate of the nations in Asgard into their own hands. Norway took part in the early discussions and plans of creating a local Northern Alliance but decided not to go through with it and instead stayed with their alliance at the time, EDEN.


History

  • On August 22, 2012 (Day 1737 of the New World) Presidents of Icon-Sweden.png Sweden and Icon-Finland.png Finland signed the Charter of Asgard, officially creating the alliance.[1]
  • On January 15, 2013 (Day 1883 of the New World) Icon-Canada.png Canada were granted trial membership status.[2]
  • On February 11, 2013 (Day 1910 of the New World) Icon-Norway.png Norway were granted trial membership status.[3]
  • On March 20, 2013 (Day 1947 of the New World) Icon-Canada.png Canada were granted full membership status.[4]
  • On April 21, 2013 (Day 1979 of the New World) Icon-Norway.png Norway were granted full membership status.[5]
  • On August 26, 2013 (Day 2106 of the New World), Icon-Canada.png Canada officially left Asgard.[6]
  • On October 25, 2014 (Day 2531 of the New World), Icon-Finland.png Finland officially left Asgard.[7]

Membership

Member countries

Command structure

  • Asgard is ruled by Asgard Headquarters (HQ), which is comprised of the Supreme Commander, Military Commander and representatives from each nation of Asgard which are as follows:
    • Country President
    • Minister of Defence
    • Three people appointed by each Country President (CP) from their respective nation.

Contact

IRC

Newspaper

Military Unit