UN convoy entering Yerbouti
The United Nations had also sent the Hospital Ship Safety to Yerbouti's assistance. The ship had to turn back, however, when it was unfortunately discovered that Yerbouti is a land-locked country.
The Safety enroute to Yerbouti
"We honestly had no idea Yerbouti had no port," Dr. Albert de Fromage was heard to comment. UN officials offered their regrets and promised redoubled efforts to get additional assistance to the country in a timely fashion.
In other news, General Aygotcha is advancing diplomatic discussions with the African Nation of Bongolesia, the Sultanate of Ifat, and Nova Caledonia de Coahuila y Tejas, three of the many nations that immediately welcomed Yerbouti back to the international spotlight. The general indicated his willingness to open trade negotiations if the countries are willing and is preparing to meet personally with His Excellency, President-For-Life P'hat Daddee B'wonah and other ministers of the African Nation of Bongolesia as soon as His Excellency is able to free some time from dealing with the economic and financial crisis which is looming over his country.