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[quote]The sovereign nations of the Democratic Republic of Ontario and the Federation of Arctic Regions has long held respect for each other and has a significant history of cooperation. This is why today, the Democratic Republic of Ontario propose to cement the friend ship of our two nations with a MDP level treaty so that strengthen our ties and ensure our mutual security.[/quote]

-Vincent Huang, Primer of the DR of Ontario

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[size="6"][b]Permafrost Accords [/b][/size]

[size="3"][b]Article I: Sovereignty[/b][/size]

Signatories shall henceforth recognize and acknowledge the other’s right to exists and their respective claims to territory.

[size="3"][b]Article II: Peace
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Signatories are refrained from unwanted intrusion into respective territories and are banned from conducting any aggressive political or military action against each other.

[size="3"][b]Article III: Cooperation[/b][/size]

Signatories are encouraged to have frequent dialoged and to share relevant information with each other. Any dispute that may arise between the signatories shall be settled in a peaceful way with dialog between conflicting parties.

[size="3"][b]Article IV: Mutual Defense[/b][/size]

An attack on sovereign territory of one signatory, or an unprovoked attack on any asset belonging to a signatory shall be considered an attack on all signatories. Signatories are obligated to defend each other in the event of war and are strongly encouraged to cooperate and coordinate with each other during the event of conflict.

[size="3"][b]Article V: Exchange of Information [/b][/size]

In the event of war, signatories are obligated to share military information requested by the other party. Respective intelligence agencies are also strongly urged to share information and cooperate with each other to prevent misunderstanding and further increase efficiency.

[size="3"][b]Article VI: Amendment[/b][/size]

All signatories are allowed to propose amendments to the treaty so long as there is dialog between the signatories and that the other signatories consent to the change.

[size="3"][b]Article VII: Termination[/b][/size]

In the event of termination, the requesting party must inform other signatories within a 48 hour timeline. If, for some reason, one of signatories becomes defunked, the treaty shall pass to the successor nation until termination is requested.

Signed on the Seventeenth of October in the year 2011,

[size="2"][b]Signatures for the Federation of Arctic Nations[/b][/size]

President: [b]Espen Vinter[/b]

Leadership of Military Cabinet: [b]August Oliversen[/b]

Leadership of Political Cabinet: [b]Simon Nielsen[/b]

Leadership of Economic Cabinent: [b]Gunnar Erickson[/b]

Leadership of External Communications: [b]Mona Jacobson[/b]


[size="2"][b]Signatures for the Democratic Republic of Ontario[/b][/size]

[b]Vincent Huang[/b]-Primer

[b]Albert Goodman[/b]-General Secretary

[b]Andy Frederick[/b] – Secretary of Foreign Affairs

[b]William Brown[/b] - Polemarch

[b]Frank Chatzi[/b] – Incumbent Speaker for the People’s Parliament

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OOC:

[quote]The sovereign nations of the Democratic Republic of Ontario and the Federation of Arctic Regions has long held respect for each other and has a significant history of cooperation. This is why today, the Democratic Republic of Ontario propose to cement the friend ship of our two nations with a MDP level treaty so that strengthen our ties and ensure our mutual security.[/quote]

Uh how can two completely new nations long hold respect for one another?

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[quote name='Triyun' timestamp='1318893940' post='2827408']
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Uh how can two completely new nations long hold respect for one another?
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OOC: we talked each other and read each other's fact books. it looked like he put alot of effort into making his and i know i did for mine. i mean that flag looked rely unique :P

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President Varin's eyes widen as he is suprised by such a random act. President Varin knows that the Federation has no allies or close friends but could definately use them. President Varin asks no questions and presents it to the Senate. In the times of war, the senate is already stressed and would love an ally to help defend our home land. They quickly vote 6-1 on the treaty. The Ministers sign it all except the Minister of Tribal Communications who is in a tribal area of North Svalbard where there is not enough information that can be given to him. The President signs it and announces that The Permafrost Accords would be in effect Immediatly.

"We will sign the treaty, there is nothing wrong with new friends. We just need to talk more in the future to ensure the stability of the treaty. We thank the Democratic Republic of Ontario for their friendly approach and we will return them with nothing but kindness and friendship."

- President Varin

[i]Signed on the Seventeenth of October in the year 2011,

[b]President:[/b] Espen Vinter

[b]Leadership of Military Cabinet:[/b] August Oliversen
[b]Leadership of Political Cabinet:[/b] Simon Nielsen
[b]Leadership of Economic Cabinent:[/b] Gunnar Erickson
[b]Leadership of External Communications:[/b] Mona Jacobson

[u][b]The Senate of 2011[/b][/u]
Nanna Jacobson (Federationalist Party)
Hildegard Victorsson (Republican Movement Party)
Gudbrand Gulbrandsen (Tribalism Party)
Hallvard Baardsson (Federationalist Party)
Gudmund Walterson (Tribal Unity Party) [/i]

OOC: We discussed it in OOC and ICly we never officially talked so i hope this RP helps out the situation :)

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Polemarch William Brown rejoiced when he heard that the Federation government had agreed to the treaty. It took a lot of arm twisting and drained much of the party’s political capital, but it was well worth it: Ontario had her first regional ally. When he first presented the treaty to the Primer, the Primer was reluctant to endorse the move; for fear that it was a political mistake. But when the coalition government started to strain under the new reform laws, the Primer was forced to bargain away his support so that the coalition stayed intact. Praised be the mercantile workings of politics. Now that Ontario has an ally, Brown could finally sleep easier knowing that Ontario’s fledgling defense force will no longer be an issue.

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[code]
TO: GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO
FROM: ARCTIC ARMED FORCES
SUBJ: CLEARANCE
DATE: 10/18/11

We would like clearance to establish a military base in Ontario.
We will allow you to make one in the Arctic as well. We ask for
permission to place 20,000 soldiers and 100 tanks in the base
stationed in Ontario.[/code]

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[quote]To: Arctic Armed Forces
From: Government of Ontario
SUBJ: Clarence
Date: 10/19/11

The government of Ontario welcomes the entrance of AAF into its territory and allots the Wanapitei Military base in eastern Ontario. The base can hold an upwards of up to 5000 personnel and will be ready for use in up to a month. Other military bases can be requested, though the parliament caps the number of foreign troops allowed in Ontarian territory and amendments can take time. The Ontarian Liberation Force is exited at this development and hopes to conduct bilateral military drills with members of the AAF at a later date.[/quote]

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