CSCO International Affairs Diplomatic Protocol
This treaty was drafted in September 3868 by the All-Dorvischer Verband.
|This treaty, officially known as the Collective Security and Cooperation Organization International Affairs Diplomatic Protocol, hereby known as the treaty, is a legally binding treaty. The treaty is hereby created to enhance matters of security and cooperation among member states of the CSCO and throughout the world.|
Article I - Signatories of this treaty shall permit other signatories to establish an embassy and appoint an ambassador to each signatory nation;
Article II - Signatories of this treaty shall permit other signatories to establish a consulate and appoint a consular official in the city where the nation has the largest minority population;
Article III - Signatories of this treaty shall do whatever possible to protect and ensure that diplomatic officials are protected and if they cannot meet the protection expectations they are to inform the CSCO and signatory embassy of impending danger or potential danger;
Article III - Signatories of this treaty shall commit to attempt to resolve issues through diplomacy and political discussion.
As a signatory of this treaty, I hereby agree to adhere to the articles outlined above and the common principles of the CSCO,
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The treaty consists of the following articles.
The treaty has been formally ratified by the following nations.
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|Random fact: The economic aspect to the game has not been deeply developed, but each nation does have a currency and some of these currencies have been assigned names. For more information and details of the suggested exchange rates, see http://classic.particracy.net/rates.php . The LOD or Lodamun Dollar is the strongest currency and has traditionally been used as the unit of measurement for international economic comparisons.|
|Random quote: "Liberty means responsibility. That is why most men dread it." � George Bernard Shaw|