11:10 am Last clauses are debated by the delegates of the USA, UK, Canada and India. The Main submitter USA authorizes military aid and advises to help repel present and future incursions into Indian sovereign territory as delineated by the border agreed by the Security Council and supports training an Indian and multinational force to repel and protect against illegal invasion forces and for the maintenance of a permanent mountain base for special troops skilled in mountain and extreme warfare. This clause however does not pass.
10:18 am Another crisis arises in the Historical Security Council. The Dalai Lama has been assassinated and suspicions are aimed towards the Chinese government once again, after also having been suspected for the murder of Charles De Gaulle. Delegates of most countries are very cautious towards their negotiations with China, and are rethinking their deals and China’s trustworthiness. The delegate of China once again feels attacked.
10:15 am Clause 17 calls upon the spirit of containment and free democracy, and further reminding that in the true spirit of the Truman Doctrine of Containment, the USA requests the return of China and India’s rightful territories through peaceful negotiations and an unbiased international survey to establish the border between India and China. The delegation of China strongly believes that the land which they have owned since the 13th century is rightfully China’s.
10:00 am The delegates of the Historical Security Council are discussing a very efficient clause which recommends the placement of UN peacekeepers coming from neutral and unbiased nations on a border agreed upon by the Council. This will prevent either of China and India from crossing the line, and will ensure that no other armed forces, from either nation, will ever be placed near a border agreed by the Security Council.
9:07 am It’s a bright day and everyone in the Historical Security Council is all giggly and happy, however tired from all the hard work of the weekend. After singing a very happy birthday to the delegate of the USSR, Rebecca, the delegates start voting for the titles of best delegate, best dressed, most annoying etc. Fun day!
2:55 pm An exact copy of Khrushchev’s letter is projected to the delegates where he has stated to initiate a nuclear first strike against the United States in the event of an American invasion of Cuba.
The soviet first deputy Ministry of Foreign Affairs, V.V. Kuznestov is assassinated after being sent to New York Oct. 28, 1962 – another crisis which the delegates are now faced with and asked to respond to.
1:03 pm Clause of importing sugar from Cuba has been approved, which has aim to improve international relations. First clause that has passed in a while, as major countries such as the USA, USSR and France have been continuously using their VETO’s.
1:07 pm Delegates of Historical Security Council are tired and looking forward to lunchtime. The delegate of China is wondering why the Chairs have picked her to represent China, as most of the countries are against China’s communist ideas.
“The point of these disputes which are placed between you, is to show you how the nations should remain united despite the differences and difficulties found along the way.” Loucas Charidemou, HSC Chair
12:37 pm The delegate of the UK debates the submission with an amendment of the USSR and Canada that they emphasize the need for Cuba’s military aid with the exception of any nuclear missiles or any weaponry that can be used as weapons of aggression, particularly received from Canada, France, Italy and the USSR. The delegate of the UK supports the importance of the safety of Cubans. The delegate of Cuba wholeheartedly thanks the delegation of the UK for this amendment.
12:08 pm The delegate of the UK is rephrasing their clause and acknowledging that a military doctrine for mutually assured destruction by two or more opposing sides endangers the balance of global interaction and foreshadows complete annihilation. The delegate of the UK acknowledges that this is undesirable for both sides, Cuba and USA.
11:55 AM – Delegate of India stresses out once again that the countries present in the conference today forget that in third countries millions of lives are put at risk if explosion of missiles happen. The delegate stresses that the delegates that support the transportation of missiles should be taken at the risk of the countries which are for the continuation of the processions. Ensuring safety is one of India’s main concerns.
Most delegates are asking for points of order. Many of them have raised the concern about what the Cubans actually want. They are stessing out that only a minority of Cubans are pro with the aid of the USA.
9:30 am The delegate of the USA, the main submitter and first speaker points out that the USSR has an absolute right to trade conventional arms with Cuba and not place its own nuclear arsenal there. The delegation of India is against this clause.
4.02 – Order in the house given by the Chairs! After a long day of merging and submitting resolutions time to begin the debates, starting from the Cuban Missile Crisis. Delegates are now reminded once again by the Chairs by the major events of 1962.