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Luthori Treaty of Mutual Defense

This treaty was drafted in July 4144 by the United Luthori.

Status: ratification[?]

Description[?]

The Parties to this Treaty,

Reaffirming their desire to live in peace with all peoples and an governments, and desiring to strengthen the fabric of peace throughout Terra,

Desiring to declare publicly and formally their common determination to defend themselves against external armed attack so that no potential aggressor could be under the illusion that either of them stands alone,

Desiring further to strengthen their efforts for collective defense for the preservation of peace and security pending the development of a more comprehensive and effective system of security in Terra,

Have agreed as follows:

ARTICLE I

The Parties undertake to settle any international disputes in which they may be involved by peaceful means in such a manner that international peace and security and justice are not endangered and to refrain in their international relations from the threat or use of force in any manner inconsistent with the Purposes of the World Congress, or obligations assumed by any Party toward the World Congress.

ARTICLE II

The Parties will consult together whenever, in the opinion of either of them, the political independence or security of either of the Parties is threatened by external armed attack. Separately and jointly, by self help and mutual aid, the Parties will maintain and develop appropriate means to deter armed attack and will take suitable measures in consultation and agreement to implement this Treaty and to further its purposes.

ARTICLE III

Each Party recognizes that an armed attack on either of the Parties in territories now under their respective administrative control, or hereafter recognized by one of the Parties as lawfully brought under the administrative control of the other, would be dangerous to its own peace and safety and declares that it would act to meet the common danger in accordance with its constitutional processes.

ARTICLE IV

The signatory nation grants, and the Holy Luthori Empire accepts, the right to dispose Luthorian land, air and sea forces in and about the territory of the signatory nation as determined by mutual agreement.

ARTICLE V

This Treaty shall be ratified by the Holy Luthori Empire and the signatory nation in accordance with their respective constitutional processes and will come into force when instruments of ratification thereof have been exchanged by them at Fort William, Orange, Holy Luthori Empire.

ARTICLE VI

This Treaty shall remain in force indefinitely. Either Party may terminate it one year after notice has been given to the other Party.

DONE at Fort William, in the Luthorian language, this July 4144.

Articles[?]

The treaty consists of the following articles.

Ratifiers[?]

The treaty has been formally ratified by the following nations.

NationDate
Confederation of St. Muron and DavostanDecember 4145

Pending Ratifications

Compliance[?]

The following nations (14 in total) are not in compliance to the articles outlined in this treaty.

The following nations (44 in total) are in compliance.

Ratification

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Ratification Map

Ratification Map


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