Accord des Nations Amicales
This treaty was drafted in April 2338 by the Partie Patriotique de Kanjor.
|The name of the treaty shall be the 'Accord des Nations Amicales' , the founding members of which are the Nations of Alduria, Indrala, Kanjor and Rildanor.|
It is open to all Nations which give recognition to any French speaking population they may have, majority or minority.
It is not compatible with any other military alliance, though seperate military arrangements between member nations are permitted, so long as they do not conflict with this treaty.
It is open to Neutral Nations (this means that they are considered full members and their neutrality is guaranteed by the ANA but they have no military obligation to the ANA).
(i) That the military provisions of the Accord automatically come into effect if a member Nation is attacked and assistance is requested by that member nation.
(ii)No seperate peace may be concluded by member nations.
Countries may not withdraw from the Accord whilst the Accord is at war.
A free trade zone exists between member nations.
Founding members which are signatories of the Accord may exercise a veto over which nations may join the Accord.
Military forces remain at all times under the control of their governments.
An attack using WMD on any member of the Accord may be treated as an attack on all members for the purposes of possible retaliation.
The treaty consists of the following articles.
The treaty has been formally ratified by the following nations.
|République de Rildanor (Republic of Rildanor)||April 2342|
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