At this year’s MainMUN OSCE committee, a model of double delegations, meaning that each country is represented by two members was used. In several controversial interviews it was stated that it is nice to have a fellow member, but also difficult at times. On the one hand a second opinion can be helpful, in order to develope a more precise statement. Furthermore, it distributes the amount of work onto two pairs of shoulders and time can be used more efficient. On the other hand it also means that one has to cooporate with the other delegate—sometimes not easy, especially if they do not know eachother. Disagreements are certain, but shared experiences strengthen relationships and might lead to unexpected friendships.