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The Philippine-Hanseatic Accords

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The Philippine-Hanseatic Accords


The creation of official friendship between the Philippine and Hanseatic peoples exists to enhance economic cooperation between the states of The Hanseatic Commonwealth, and the Philippines Freestate. These states will attempt to form together in business consolidation only and this alliance does not include any domestic developments, foreign arrangements, or military alliances. These states have friendly relations and seek through economic development to improve that.

Article I


The states belonging to this allliance have full sovereignty of their regions and peoples, this alliance does not represent the needs of one nation over another and therefore no contest towards maintaining sovereignty shall exist.

Article II

Free Trade/Open Borders

The states will agree to open trade between nations, with no large tariffs on either nation. The nations can say what products cannot come into their nation, but cannot say what cannot be traded among the nations. Also, economic and technology sharing is open between nations. Concerning Open Borders, civilian and personnel attributed to economic status will be allowed free passage between nations without visas, however military movement between borders in strictly prohibited.

Article III

Intelligence Security

Member states agree to share with other signatories any information gathered which may constitute a threat to that nation or the League as a whole.

Article IV


Member states may withdraw from this alliance after posting a notice, forty-eight hours later they will be removed from the alliance.

Signed For,

The Hanseatic Commonwealth

Sarah Tintagyl, Lady Protector

The Philippine Freestate

General Erramun Sendoa

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On behalf of the Philippines Freestate i sign this document,

General Erramun Sendoa.

Furthermore we are confident that this will be a positive step that will have social and economic benefits across Polynesia, Micronesia and Philippine archipelago.

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