The Security Council condemns the UAE's actions and declares that the territory rightfully belongs to Oman. However, the UN will not take any direct action until the situation appears likely to lead directly to conflict. The Security Council recommends that your country and the UAE attempt to find a peaceful solution to the conflict.
|Request a meeting||Invite the Omani ambassador to the UAE and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the UAE. With allies committed to your defense, this is a good time to try to end the conflict peacefully, and sending an ambassador means you may be able to solve the issue without directly involving the Sultan.|
|Suggest the Sultan sends an envoy||The envoy should represent the Sultan to the UAE's President or Minister of Foreign Affairs. With allies committed to your defense, this is a good time to try to end the conflict peacefully, and the UAE will likely appreciate the envoy coming directly from the Sultan.|
|Draft UN legislation for future disputes||Approach the UN about creating a body within the UN specifically designed to handle territorial disputes. Take steps to codify a coherent system to handle disputes like this in the future.|
|Suggest ceding the territory||It is only half of Musandam, you will retain some access to the Strait, and you will avoid any further confrontation with your wealthier, powerful neighbor.|
|Send troops to strengthen the border||Station them on the border between Musandam and the UAE. Warn the UAE that territorial aggression will not be tolerated and demand that the UAE back down or risk facing the combined military might of Oman and its allies.|
|Suggest the Sultan invades the UAE||Clearly they will not back down. It is best to act pre-emptively and gain a military edge.|