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Treaty of KieVienna


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Preamble:

We, the sovereign nations of the Union of Belarus (UoB) and the Holy Roman Empire of German Nation (HRE), in order to form a stable organization, ensure peace and security, and extend a sphere of peace and prosperity among the nations UoB and HRE, do hereby establish this mutual treaty of military and political cooperation.

Article I: Sovereignty

Each of the nations bearing a signature on this treaty hereby declares that they will uphold the values and honor of said signatories’ sovereignty. They agree not to invade, interfere in internal affairs, or oppress the other signatory that partakes in this treaty.

Article II: Non-Aggression

Neither nation shall engage in hostile acts against the other. Hostile acts are defined as actions which have the intention to harm the other nation. In the event such acts happen, the nation at fault is expected to pay equal reparations, if requested.

Article III: Mutual Defense

In the event either nation falls under attack, the other nation is required to come to its defence and declare war on the nation that attacked it. A war on one nation is effectively considered a war upon the other

Article IV: Optional Aggression

Neither nation is obliged to partake in assistance in offensive wars, all military or monetary support is strictly to be decided by each sovereign nation, yet both are encourage to support each other when needed.

Article V: Economic

Both nations are required to not put any tariffs on imports from the other nation, and shall engage in free trade.

Article VI: Cancellation

In the event this treaty cannot last, and one nation does not see fit to continue it, that party may enact a cancellation period. This period will last for 72 hours, during which the treaty is fully active until the 72 hours are up, then this treaty shall be rendered as void.

Signed for the Union of Belarus,

Borisom Ilyich Karasov

Signed for Holy Roman Empire of German Nation,

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H.I.H. Emperor Alexander I.

Franz Müntefering, Imperial Chancellor

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