Triskaideka War

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Triskaideka War
Date 13 April - present
(2 months, 1 week and 1 day)
Location Central Asura
Status Ongoing
Supported by:
Commanders and leaders
Midrasia Melcion Portas
Midrasia Mattieu Mittelrand
Dreyvisevich Verazin Ilyashev
Dreyvisevich Resziczi Byela
Veleaz Enrique Vincente
Veleaz Ferdinand Conti
Midrasia 712,000
Dreyvisevich 574,000
Chalcia 170,000
Veleaz 1,050,000

The Triskaideka War, otherwise known as the Appian War, or the Third Mydro-Veleazan War is an ongoing armed conflict between the forces of The People's State of Veleaz and the Republic of Midrasia. The war broke out on Friday 13th of April at 11:53am as the Veleazan military detonated explosives at the Appian Wall, significantly damaging the Anti-Communist Barrier. An official declaration of war was not sent by Veleaz until after the attack on the border wall.[1] Following this attack, Veleazan forces advanced into the Midrasian province of Est, making significant progress due to a lack of significant defensive infrastructure or troops within the area.[2]

The war is one in a long line of conflicts between Veleaz and Midrasia which have defined relations between the two states throughout from the late Nineteenth Century to the present day. Despite a lapse in formal confrontations since the 1980s the Veleazan government began to engage in more hostile overtures with Midrasia from early 2018 onward, which is speculated to have been the result of a rising number of refugees attempting to flee the Socialist State into neighbouring countries such as Chalcia and Midrasia. The refugee crisis eventually culminated in a couple of major incidents between the two nations, regarding the Veleazan government's killing of refugees attempting to cross over into Midrasia. This resulted in an a number of international sanctions being placed on Veleaz and its close ally Wallais. Following the sinking of a ship of refugees just outside of Midrasian waters, the Midrasian government issued an ultimatum to the Veleazan government to explain its actions or face "international retribution".[3] The Veleazan government issued no official response to Midrasia until its official declaration of war on April 13th.

A number of foreign governments have pledged support to the combatants in the war, with Dreyvisevich using the war as a justification to pacify the growing instability in eastern Veleaz. Following the activation of Article I, Section II of the Cyningburgh Pact by Midrasian Consul Melcion Portas, a number of foreign nations, mostly within the Commonwealth of Democratic Nations pledged their support to the Midrasian government, either in military or economic aid.[4][5]Out of the nations within the Drago Entente, both Aquidneck and Chalcia pledged direct military support for the Midrasian Republic.[6][7]


Mydro-Veleazan animosity

Veleazan Refugee Crisis


International Reactions

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  •  Aquidneck: Prime Minister Ruperto Petrillo immediately condemned the attack in a speech on the floor of the Aquidish Senate. In his statement he said he has directed the Defense Council to co-ordinate with the Armed Forces of Midrasia. The Esercito Reale and Aeronautica Reale have been mobilized and a portion of the Marina Militare's Asur Fleet has been directed towards the fighting. Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister, Renata Panzera has stated that Aquidneck will fully meet its obligations to Midrasia and the Commonwealth of Democratic Nations.
  •  APHO: The Director General of the Aeian Public Health Organization, Kelly Iaukea, has called on all sides to respect the standard rules of engagement and to allow medical aid workers to enter the country and work in safety. APHO aid efforts have already begun in Eastern Midrasia, mostly dealing with treatment of wounded and the evacuation of civilians.
  •  Brilliania: Lehendakari Haran Elexalde reinstated conscription via decree as the first ever Lehendakari to do so [4]. The conscription decree was issued due to the Triskaideka War, and several thousand conscripts will supplement 6,000 troops which will be sent to assist forces from CDN nations including Midrasia.
  •  Dreyvisevich: With Dreyvisevich's recent interventionist stance on regional conflict, it is unsurprising that the nation joined the war just 2 days after it started, on the 15th of April. The declaration of war was made on the grounds of Veleaz's 'uncalled-for, repeated and flagrant violation of international law' that 'has been deemed contrary to the security interests of Dreyvisevich'. An official statement from the Dreyvisevite government on the 14th of April read that "There is little tolerance for such unconfined aggression by a neighbour of Dreyvisevich. We cannot allow ours and others' security interests to be endangered by Veleaz." The Dreyvisevich Armed Forces has been mobilised and is currently engaging Veleazean troops across the border. Artillery and air strikes are also being made on strategic military locations in Veleaz that are intended to reduce the latter's aggressive capabilities.
  •  Edreland: Prime Minister Nicholas Jardine pledged unspecified support for Midrasia on 14 April, one day after Edreland joined the Commonwealth of Democratic Nations as an observer state.
  •  Hipasia: The Knesseth voted in May to formally end the Hipasian-Veleazan Partnership, in place since Hipasia's independence in 1900, as a direct result of Veleaz's invasion of Midrasia. PM Jonah Lavan stated that Veleaz "has not shown itself to be an ally of peace and stability" and announced that he would be seeking deeper alliance to the Jisthaheva Treaty Organisation.
  •  Vrnallia: The Vrnallian government condemned Veleaz for "a terrible attack on not just a Vrnallian ally, but a most noble and upright nation", and offered to lend its aid to the CDN by sending the hospital ship VHS Jasthidiád into the Asur.


  1. "The Wall Shall Fall!". El Estándar de los Trabajadores. 13 April 2018. Retrieved 14 April 2018. 
  2. "Consul calls State of Emergency". La République. 13 April 2018. Retrieved 14 April 2018. 
  3. "Midrasia and Veleaz Clash in Asur". Esquile de la Libertat. 10 April 2018. Retrieved 14 April 2018. 
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Lehendakari Reinstates Conscription". Akerrau Eguneroko. 13 April 2018. Retrieved 14 April 2018. 
  5. "The Navish Security Council re-unites for the first time since the 1930s". NINK. 13 April 2018. Retrieved 14 April 2018. 
  6. "Senate declares war on Veleaz and its allies". The Toden Times. 15 April 2018. Retrieved 21 April 2018. 
  7. "Veleaz invades the Chalcian Republic". Chalcia Today. 19 April 2018. Retrieved 21 April 2018.