The Kingdom of Aloia and the Kingdom of Arveyres neighbor each other, bordering in several places, with the main portions of both countries being separated mainly by the Rainy River which separates Anglia (Aloia) from Alhambra (Arveyres). The two nations have held positive relations for a long portion of recorded history.

Two of the economic and social powerhouses of the Naskigo continent since the early modern area, Aloia and Arveyres have had very good relations. The nations share common cultural history, with Aloia being majority Aloian Lutheran, and Arveyres having a burgeoning Arveyran Lutheran population, mostly in areas that border Aloia.


Ancient times

The majority of ethnic Arveyrans trace their heritage to the Sevillii tribes that migrated from modern-day Aloia to the area of Alhambra during the 3rd millennium BCE. The Sevillii branched apart over time and gradually became the diverse Arveyran nation.

Modern history

The two nations share very open relations, with Arveyres having an extremely relaxed visa policy with Aloia, allowing Aloian citizens to live and work in Aloia visa-free which is common for Aloian commuters to the city of Cadiz and Cadiz-adjacent suburbs which host a large technological sector.

Cultural exchange

Several Aloian-born (and ethnic Aloian) diplomats and Aloian-born artists have rose to great power and fame in Arveyres, most notably being the sixth and tenth Prime Ministers, Elizabeth Ford (born in Halle, Saxony) and Lucille Dessalines (born in Chicago, Natal), respectively.

Ethnic Aloians who have become popular figures include Elizabeth Wallace the Second Prime Minister of Arveyres, born in Albany, Alhambra, to Aloian parents, and who also spent the last years of her life in Halle.