Cildanian-Vanukean Treaty of Fellowship and Alliance
This treaty was drafted in December 4015 by the Cildanian National Party (PNC/CNS).
A) Cildania and Vanuku pledge to join each other in wars of offence when it is of mutual interest.
B) Cildania and Vanuku pledge to defend each other’s sovereign territory should it suffer from an attack of any sort, caused by aggression from other nations.
C) Cildania and Vanuku know that peace is beneficial to both parties, so Cildania and Vanuku shall not participate in a war of aggression against each other.
D) Cildania and Vanuku shall avoid any other conflicts that may put Cildania and Vanuku at odds on the military field.
E) Cildania and Vanuku shall look to organize and participate in military drills and exercises, within their borders as well as those of their mutual allies.
F) Cildania and Vanuku shall exchange military, reconnaissance, tactical, and strategic information.
G) Cildanian and Vanukean Defence Industries shall be encouraged to cooperate in the spirit of mutual defence.
H) Vanuku shall be permitted to maintain a naval base in Cildania
A) Cildania and Vanuku recognise that crime transcends borders and shall extradite each other's wanted criminals upon request.
B) Cildania and Vanuku shall actively bield collaboration and cooperation between each other's judicial authorities.
A) Cildania and Vanuku shall have an uninterrupted exchange of pharmaceutical drugs.
B) Cildania and Vanuku pledge to help the other nation in a medical emergency, at the request of said nation
C) Cildania and Vanuku shall pursue collaboration and cooperation in the medical research field
D) Cildania and Vanuku shall actively bield collaboration and cooperation between each other's medical institutions.
4) Education and Culture
A) Cildania and Vanuku shall pursue collaboration and cooperation in education and culture.
B) Cildania and Vanuku shall actively bield collaboration and cooperation between each other's educational and cultural institutions.
C) Cildania and Vanuku shall recognise each other's educational certifications.
D) The languages of Cildania and Vanuku shall be legal and bielded.
E) The cultures of Cildania and Vanuku shall be legal and bielded.
5) Science and Technology
A) Cildania and Vanuku shall pursue collaboration and cooperation in science and technology.
B) Cildania and Vanuku shall actively bield collaboration and cooperation between each other's scientific and technologic institutions.
A) There shall not be frivolous barriers on trade between Cildania and Vanuku.
B) Trade shall be actively bielded between Cildania and Vanuku.
C) Neither tariffs nor quotas shall be imposed on either nation’s goods or services.
A) Recognizing that Cildania and Vanuku have migrants from the other nation, there shall exist limited border controls between the signatory nations and the citizens of each signatory nation shall not run into any excessive diplomatic or customs related hurdles when traveling between Cildania and Vanuku.
B) Similarly, if a resident decides to migrate between countries, Cildania and Vanuku shall work on making the migration process as simple as possible.
A) Both Cildania and Vanuku shall recognise the other signatory party as a sovereign and independent nation. Neither nation shall interfere in the other nation's foreign affairs, unless it is in a respectful and peaceful manner without intent or reasonable perception of aggression.
A) Cildania and Vanuku shall continue to pursue mutual collaboration and cooperation.
B) As long as Cildania and Vanuku have not withdrawn from the treaty the treaty after ratification, this treaty shall remain in effect.
C) If this treaty is not ratified by Cildania or Vanuku at any point in time, this treaty shall not be in effect.
The treaty consists of the following articles.
The treaty has been formally ratified by the following nations.
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