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The International Treaty on the Prohibition of Land Mines (ITPL)

This treaty was drafted in June 4261 by the 莲花党 (Lotus Party) 🌸.

Status: ratification[?]


When signed, states commit to:

1) Never use antipersonnel mines, nor to develop, produce, otherwise acquire, stockpile, retain or transfer them, and;
2) Destroy all mines in their stockpiles.

This treaty is sponsored and governed by the International Organization for the Prohibition of Landmines.

Drafted by Wu Hán, former-Chancellor of Indrala and Founder of the International Organization for the Prohibition of Landmines.


The treaty consists of the following articles.


The treaty has been formally ratified by the following nations.

מדינת היהודים ביתנו (The Yeudish State of Beiteynu)September 4459
瑩大磖國 (State of Indrala)August 4441
Vereinguto bon Haruzuterusuaiku to Gao-Soto/United Federation of Hulstria and Gao-Soto/Vereinigte Föderation von Hulstria und Gao-Soto/Harusutoria to Gao-soto RengōOctober 4415
Royaume Uni de LourenneMarch 4276

Pending Ratifications


The following nations (30 in total) are not in compliance to the articles outlined in this treaty.

The following nations (28 in total) are in compliance.


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Ratification Map

Ratification Map

Random fact: When it comes to creating a Cultural Protocol in a Culturally Open nation, players are not necessarily required to provide a plausible backstory for how the nation's cultural background developed. However, the provision of a plausible backstory may be a factor in whether Moderation approves the Cultural Protocol if players in surrounding nations question its appropriateness for their region of the game map.

Random quote: “Townsend's statement was completely out of order, but by Dranish standards I suppose it was tame. After all, the Green woman has accused us of slavery on Twitter - and she's supposed to be our ally!” � George Butterworth, Dranish socialist leader

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