|I, ChristiaanB94, President of the Netherlands, hereby award Alexander Matteo the title of
Officer in the Willems-orde for military valor.
|I, Daniel Parker, Prime Minister of the Netherlands, hereby award Alexander Matteo the title of
Officer in the Orde der Nederlandse Leeuw for political dedication to our country.
Though he was for a long time a Bulgarian (being a Bulgarian in real life), he grew bored of the bickering in his Motherland, and on that glorious day, somewhere around April or May 2010, he moved to the eUNL and was granted citizenship. Later he moved to Brazil as part of his agreement with the small but effective German army FSK, being the only non-German in its ranks. After that, he jumped back to the United Netherlands, had a great time, and retreated for some solitude to Switzerland. After some time he moved to Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), and after half a year came back to the eUNL.
In real life, he was born on April the 10th in Shumen, Bulgaria.
Matteo has only once been a congress-representative in Bulgaria, for the region of Vidin. He was once a Presidential candidate in Thailand, during his short stay there. He has yet to fully involve himself in the politics of the eUNL, he has received 4 official invitations to be part of a Government, and in July Garmr won Presidency and Matteo became a part of the eUNL Government as State Secretary to the Ministry of Defense. He served 2 mandates as congress-representative of the South Netherlands.
After a period of 6 months in the United Netherlands, he moved to Switzerland to pursue a life of quiet gold-counting and pleasant talk with the natives. On the 26th of October, 2010, he was elected a Congress representative of the region Romandie. He vowed to turn the Swiss Alps into the Cookie Alps. Matteo was then made Vice Minister of Economy.
| Orde van de Nederlandse Leeuw (x1)|
For political service to the eUNL
||Manager of State Companies of Bulgaria
January 2010 – June 2010
| Succeeded by|
|Manager of the National Bank of Bulgaria
May 2010 – June 2010
| Succeeded by|