RUIDOSO, NM, December 09, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/
-- The new Italian consolare helps establish the legitimacy and growing support for the country's independence. The consolare is available for discussions with anyone who is interested in learning more about the country or receiving economic information on the Republic of Aquitaine. The Italian consolare will help citizens and business executives who live in Italy.
The Grand Duke of Aquitaine, Thomas II, signed the country's declaration of sovereignty in March of 2006 which sparked a lot of publicity and newsworthy articles on the Republic of Aquitaine. Thomas II is a direct descendant of the country's founding members and controls the country's future plans and development opportunities and has the highest level of authority in the country. Many of the titled members of the court are directly descended from King Henry II of England and his queen, Eleanor of Aquitaine who reigned from 1137 to 1204.
Aquitainians are extremely active in other societies throughout Europe and the United States and are also deeply interested in peerage, heraldry, world history and charitable service.
The establishment of a consolare office in Italy will help the Republic of Aquitaine gain worldwide acceptance as a sovereign nation and help attract business leaders and investors to the country. The leaders of the Republic of Aquitaine are excited about the new consolare office in Italy and are eager to begin discussions on how both nations can come together and help each other further their economic growth and business development plans.
The Republic of Aquitaine is a sovereign and independent nation. It was formerly situated in the southwestern region of France, however, today the Republic of Aquitaine is a government in exile with full micro-nation status as established by its Declaration of Sovereignty.