In 2003, President Adrik Annan ceded half of Porto Pacis to the Promised Land in accordance to the Porto Pacis Conference. Later in 2007, the remainder of the Porto Pacis District was ceded to the Promised Land.
GeographyEditThe City was vast with an approximate 30 mile diameter from the geographical center. The most dense urbanization was located in the southwestern portion of the territory.
The harbor of Porto Pacis is vast and rivals those of even Endor Cuidad and Porto Georgiaville. Porto Pacis was designed to be a forward port for shipping and receiving goods. Millions of tonnage goes through Porto Pacis annually. The most common nation which trades through Porto Pacis is Bradavia, the Coalition Member situated in New Zealand who trades Iron and Lead with J Andres.
The Military Installation of Porto Pacis was another primary reason for the expansion, allowing J Andres to have an advance base, especially for the navy, but for the army as well. This allowed J Andres to assert its strength in both hemispheres of the globe.
Due to the terms used in the colonization of the Pacis District, the "colony" was technically an "Administrative District" meaning all residents were J Andres citizens and had representation in the Commune and were eligible to vote in J Andres National Elections, whereas other colonies such as JAD Land did not have representation.