A Belgravian delegation went to Bucharest aiming to seal a deal with the Romanian authorities, but has returned empty-handed. "We hoped to use the Romanian know-how on road building...
Two regular senior citizens, veterans of the Enrichment War, proved once again that among the pearls belonging to the great Belgravian people there are also (even though less valuable) pearls of wisdom...
People all over the country are praising our leaders. The lightning fast decision of the Parliament put an end to what Belgravians considered one of the biggest threats in the latest years to their most important values. Rumour has it that people in the countryside are now reffering to Mr. Bogatinov as „a gold fist in a velvet glove”.
The glory days seem over for Parvenitsev, as his new show doesn’t attract so many people.
Many analists thought electric cars are a nonsense in the country of oil, but to their surprise there’s a growing market for them.
The morning before the Parliament session took place, civil rights activists of Belgravistan have blocked access to all main Digi Mobil stores.
Before the interdiction was proclaimed, many Digi Mobil. posters promoting the 2 € offer were spray-painted over and even teared off by the outraged citizens of all major cities in Belgravistan...
The morning before the Parliament session took place, civil rights activists of Belgravistan have blocked access to all main Digi Mobil. stores. „We’ve brought our velvet armchairs and sofas out on the street and we’ll stay as long as it takes. These abusively low prices can destroy our civilization.”, said their leader. ...
As the result of an unprecedented complete consensus between the public opinion and the administration of Belgravistan, the Parliament held an extraordinary session with one single purpose: banning the threat called Digi Mobil.
The participants of the meeting further discussed the key aspects of the Agreement on Eurasian Economic Union as well as the course of realization of the Action Plan of the Republic of Belgravistan on joining the Customs Union and the Common Economic Space.
President Boris Bashtanov may drop the 'stan' from Belgravistan to distinguish his booming “petrol” and “shisty gas”-rich nation from the rest of Central Asia, where the other so-called “stans” are mostly mired in poverty. With a population of just 12 million, Belgravistan is the largest economy of the post-Soviet region.
During the regular session under the chairmanship of the head of state, tipical issues of international agenda were discussed. Besides, the influence of these events on the economic development of our country was considered.
The status of the financial sector and the banking system of the country, as well as the situation on the international financial markets were discussed during the meeting.
Belgravian Goldar (BEG)BEG/USD 1000.44