Lodamun - Terra Diplomatic Treaty
This treaty was drafted in November 4164 by the New Democratic Party.
|Lodamun and any signatory nation of this treaty will establish diplomatic relations.|
By signing this treaty you agreed on:
a) Lodamun and other nation have to open embassies in the capital of each country and a general consulate in a city by choose
b) Diplomatic staff shall be granted with diplomatic immunity and protected from arrests and prosecution, but may be expelled
a)Lodamun and other nation signing this treaty assume to recognise each other culture and national sovereignity
b)Lodamun and other signatory nation pledge to never engage or confront each other in aggressive use of military force
a) This treaty is intended to specify and create stronger relations between Lodamun and the contracting country
b) This treaty might be expanded with other nation in specific fields by ratifying another treaties
In case of withdrawal of the contracting country it must be made with a notification.
The treaty consists of the following articles.
The treaty has been formally ratified by the following nations.
|United States of Baltusia||July 4190|
|Repubblica Istaliana (Istalia)||January 4190|
|2nd Great Democratic Republic of Lodamun||October 4187|
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