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Commonwealth of Defense and Trade Headquarters

 

The Commonwealth of Defense and Trade

 
For the greater interests of our nations, we do hereby abide this pact to further our relations as well as defend one-another to advance our common interests and politic.

 

General Provisions
 
I. Becoming a Signatory
 
Admission to the CDT is on an invitation only basis. Once invited, all members must first be accepted into the commonwealth by unanimous vote of the other signatories. If we are to defend one another, and open trade, it is essential to have good relations with each nation.
 
II. Anti-Aggression
 
All signatories agree to further keep their bonds tight that no aggression shall take place amongst the signatories. All disputes are to be addressed and handled behind closed doors. All members agree to not take up arms against each other in warfare. This includes politically, economically, and militarily.

 

III. Free-Trade
 
The signatories of the CDT agree that trade is essential to our economies and future capabilities. Therefore all nations agree to have no tariffs on each other in order to further benefit and cooperate with each other economically.
 
IV. Defensive Warfare
 
An attack on any signatory is quite simply an attack on all. If a nation comes under warfare from an outside force, all signatories agree to come to their defense. This defense comes in the form of Economic, Political, and Military support.
 
V. Aggressive Warfare
 
If a nation who signs this doctrine does wage an aggressive war on another nation, it is not the responsibility of the other signatories to help out militarily. Depending on the reasons for war, signatories may choose to support their treaty partner and declare war if they wish to.
 
VI. Intelligence Clause
 
Signatories are expected to share intelligence with each other if the intelligence is deemed a threat to any member of this treaty. 
 
VII. Anti-Imperialism
 
All signatories will work towards keeping imperialism out of the global community. This will be handled through more convenient means. If the signatories agree that diplomatic talks can progress no further, sanctions may be placed. If the sanctions do not help and the aggressor continues to commit imperialistic atrocities, then Article V of this treaty may be discussed among the members if necessary. CDT will also work diligently to protect smaller nations from imperialist actions from larger nations.
 
VIII. Extradition
 
All signatories agree that their laws are to be enforced with criminals. If a criminal commits an act against another nation that is found to be illegal, then the criminal will be sent to the other nation.

 

 
 
Signatories
 
Belarus
Greece
Hungary-Slovakia
The Federal Soviet Socialist Republics
 
Diplomatic Representation
 
Belarus: Ruslan Salei
Greece: 
Hungary-Slovakia: Matyas Gyuri
FSSR: Halyna Chownyk
 
Current Votes
 
Article 7 Enactment - Sanctions against Muscovy in the form of: 35% Tariff on all Trade, A Complete Travel Ban to and from Muscovy, and An Arms Embargo
YAY: Ukraine
NAY:  Hungary-Slovakia
Yet to Vote: Belorussia, Greece

Enactment Failed
 
Article I Enactment - Greece invitation to join The Commonwealth.
Aye: FSSR, Belarus, Hungary-Slovakia
Nay:
Admission Passed
 
Announcements
 
Timeline of Events
June 9, 2014 - The CDT is founded.
June 11, 2014 - Greece becomes a member of CDT

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From: CDT Headquarters

To: Government of Greece

 

We have been aware of Greece's actions and do take interest in it's abilities and ambitions. The Ukraine would like to invite Greece to join the Commonwealth of Defense and Trade. Once invited, The Governments of Belarus and Hungary-Slovakia will need to approve in order for you to become a full member shall you accept the invitation.

 

Sincerely,

Halyna Chownyk

Ukranian Representative for the CDT

 

Classified to CDT Membership

 

We would like to submit a vote for Greece to join the CDT. We have submitted an invitation to them and would like to inquire of your approval. We naturally say aye to accept them.

 

Aye: FSSR

Nay:

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From: Government of Greece

To: CDT Headquarters

 

On behalf of the Greek people I accept the invitation to join The Commonwealth of Defense and Trade. It is my hope that we can work together to insure prosperity for our people who we represent.

 

Sincerely 

Theodora Drakos

President of Greece

 

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"The nation of Greece is proud to be apart of the CDT.It is my hope that the nation of Greece will be able to do its part to help others in this bloc as we grow and develop. It is my belief that this organization should have a strategically located HQ.This HQ can be in any territory of the CDT.Our representative in this matter will be Dionysus Susov."

-President Theodora Drakos of Greece

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If an official HQ is to be set up, my suggestion would be to have it located either in the city of Odessa(Ukraine) or, better yet, in Istanbul(Greece). Odessa is a major port city on the Black Sea, and Istanbul is located on the valuable Bosphorus.

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If an official HQ is to be set up, my suggestion would be to have it located either in the city of Odessa(Ukraine) or, better yet, in Istanbul(Greece). Odessa is a major port city on the Black Sea, and Istanbul is located on the valuable Bosphorus.

 

Ukraine would be fine with any of these locations as well.

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Well, then, I suggest we go with Istanbul.

"Istanbul it shall be!"
 
Classified to CDT Members
 
"The growing threat of Muscovy and Alvonia comes to an all time high. I would like to know which options we currently would like to present to combat them. As its been known, Muscovy has doubled its size a few weeks ago, and attempted to bully Ukraine until Hungary-Slovakia stepped up. Now it is apparent that they have laid claim to the Baltics and Kaliningrad, and are putting troops there from what we can see. We can't let this go unwarranted again. Ukraine would like to remind the CDT members that the only land left to claim in Muscovy's apparent path is the nations which are members of CDT.
 
It is with this in mind that Ukraine would like to at least propose bloc-wide sanctions against Muscovy for the time being in accordance with Article XII. However we will not go forth with with these sanctions if our allies do not believe this to be the correct action to take. We ask you all to decide what our futures will hold, and the futures of our Eastern European brethren in The Baltics and Poland.
 

[i][u]Article 7 Enactment - Sanctions against Muscovy in the form of: 35% Tariff on all Trade, A Complete Travel Ban to and from Muscovy, and An Arms Embargo[/u][/i]
YAY: Ukraine
NAY: 
Yet to Vote: Hungary-Slovakia, Belorussia, Greece
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Hungary-Slovakia do not believe sanctions are necessary at this time.  

 

However, Hungary-Slovakia does share concern over Muscovy and Alvonia and the potential for them to try to expand their lands into our bloc's region.

 

Therefore, we would like the CDT bloc to join Hungary-Slovakia, and stand united beside us, on our Eastern European Monroe Doctrine, and to adopt it as one of the CDT bloc's foremost policies.

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Hungary-Slovakia do not believe sanctions are necessary at this time.  

 

However, Hungary-Slovakia does share concern over Muscovy and Alvonia and the potential for them to try to expand their lands into our bloc's region.

 

Therefore, we would like the CDT bloc to join Hungary-Slovakia, and stand united beside us, on our Eastern European Monroe Doctrine, and to adopt it as one of the CDT bloc's foremost policies.

 

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Then we stand by our allies decision and will not be imposing sanctions. As it's a bloc wide effort to enforce bloc-wide sanctions, they will be dismissed for time being. Ukraine will also be looking more into the monroeists of Hungary-Slovakia.

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Hungary-Slovakia would like the CDT bloc to join and stand united beside us, on our Eastern European Monroe Doctrine, and to adopt it as one of the CDT bloc's foremost policies.

 

(In other words, I'm calling for a bloc vote on the Doctrine :) )

 

Hungary-Slovakia, ofcourse, votes 'Aye'.

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Hungary-Slovakia would like the CDT bloc to join and stand united beside us, on our Eastern European Monroe Doctrine, and to adopt it as one of the CDT bloc's foremost policies.

 

(In other words, I'm calling for a bloc vote on the Doctrine :) )

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If you don't mind would you mind elaborating more on what you would like to see as part of CDT? As in what should be added specifically? From what we can see, Ukraine would be in support of this.

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Basically, we would like the CDT to help defend Eastern Europe against imperalism, invasion, expansionism, and annexation from other nations and powers.  The Doctrine basically says 'If anyone tries to invade or expand into our Eastern European region, it will be regarded as an act of aggression against Hungary-Slovakia, and will treated in kind', and if Belarus and Ukraine vote for and sign the Doctrine, than it'd be considered an act of aggression against Belarus and Ukraine as well.

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The Republic of Belarus agrees that a "Monroe" doctrine would be beneficial, but only if it is applied within reason. In other words, so long as we accept that there will be instances in which it is not reasonable to apply the doctrine, Belarus votes "yes."

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