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New English Dominion Treaty

Article I

In the name and spirit of this treaty, to be named the New English Dominion Treaty, both signatory nations agree to promote free trade between the each other, whenever and wherever possible. This includes, but is not limited to, lessened tariffs and as such. Each signatory agrees to provide economic assistance to the each other should it be needed.

Article II

Both the Republic of New England and the Old Dominion shall agree to solve any disputes through diplomatic channels, and shall not resort to any form of aggression.

Article III

The undersigned do agree to establish a military base on all of the undersigned's soil, to be considered territory of the garrison's nation of origin. The garrison should not exceed five-hundred personnel. Outside of the garrison, all personnel are subject to the host nation's laws and customs.

Article IV

Should any signatory of this treaty deems it prudent to cancel their signature(s), a 96-hour notice shall be given.

Signed for the Republic of New England,

Lyndon Baines Johnson, President

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Secretary

Signed for the Old Dominion,

Lord Alexandre Zokol, Lord of the Old Dominion

Dr.Phillip Roger Stroud, Secretary of State of the Old Dominion

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