FP.1 - Declaration of State Policy
The State of Firestone Foreign Policy shall now be established by the Firestone
Department of State, in order to preserve state-level security to the State of Firestone, promote
state-level peace with foreign states, maintain a balance of power among states, work on foreign
relations to solve diplomatic tensions, and to examine State Department goals throughout the
Secretary of States tenure.
FP.1a - State Security of the Governor
The Firestone Department of State is represented on a foreign-diplomatic state by the
State of Firestone’s Governor. The State Governor of the State of Firestone is tasked with
signing peace-treaties, promoting public awareness within the Department of State, and securing
safe-relations with ro-states/nations as on relations with the Department of State itself.
FP.1b - State Security of the Congress
The Firestone Department of State was created by the legislature, for the public use of
diplomatic relations, as well as overseeing state-security on a public level. The State of Firestone
Congress is asked to be updated on terroristic threats, or major state-level diplomatic tensions
being found by the Firestone Department of State. The State Congress of the State of Firestone is
also asked to represent the Firestone Department of State in times when needed.
FP.1c - State Security of the Secretary of State
The Firestone Department of State is ran by the governing body of the Secretary of State.
The Secretary of State is responsible for foreign-meetings, diplomatic relations, and the
assistance besides the governor in allying with closely related states. The Secretary of State has
the authority to update and edit the Foreign Policy of the State of Firestone upon approval of the
FP.1d - State Security Council
The Firestone Department of State wishes to reach out to the State Security Council on a
bi-weekly basis in order to provide updated efforts in the foreign relations of ro-states/nations close in
relation to the State of Firestone. The State Security Council, responsible for civil and state-level
security of Firestone Civilians, will be asked to advise the State Department on any terroristic
threats, important information, or security issues that the public should be made aware of.