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FCN Treaty Template





Treaty of Alliance between the
[region]
and the
Federation of Conservative Nations


Leaders of the FCN and [region] signing the Treaty of Alliance,
[Date].

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Created:

[Date]

Signed:

[Date]

Ratified:

[Date]

Location:

region
Federation of Conservative Nations

Purpose:

  • Strengthen relations between the FCN and [region].

  • Strengthen military alliance between the FCN and [region].



Signatories


Federation of Conservative Nations
signatories.


region
signatories.

Founder
The United Commonwealths of Gagium

President
The Dominion of Holy Rhinish Islands

WA Delegate/Head Diplomat
The Ancient Baptist Republic of New Waldensia

Secretary of Internal Affairs
The United Commonwealths of Gagium

Vice President
Namelong[nation][/nation]

Secretary of War
Namelong[nation][/nation]

Senate Speaker
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Founder
Namelong[nation][/nation]

President/WA Delegate
Namelong[nation][/nation]

Vice President
Namelong[nation][/nation]

Secretary of Regional Affairs
Namelong[nation][/nation]

Secretary of Foreign Affairs
Namelong[nation][/nation]

other officer
Namelong[nation][/nation]



FCN-[region] Treaty of Alliance
Article I - Purpose of Treaty

i. The purpose of the alliance is to strengthen and build upon the existing relations between the Federation of Conservative Nations (FCN) and [region], through means of both diplomatic and militaristic cooperation with one another.

Article II - Maintenance of Diplomatic Relations

i. Both the Federation of Conservative Nations and [region] shall maintain embassies and retain active ambassadors that make contact in the embassy at least once per [time period].

Article III - Military Cooperation

i. At any given time if either the Federation of Conservative Nations or [region] is at risk of attack through diplomatic or militaristic means, the region at risk may call upon the other for help. If done, the region called upon must take actions, as they can, to help. It is left to the discretion of the Presidents of the two involved regions as to what help and how much can be provided.

ii. At no time shall either region conduct a mission to jeopardize the integrity of the other region or their territories.

Article IV - Ratification

i. This treaty shall be ceremoniously signed by the President of the Federation of Conservative Nations, the President of [region], the Secretary of Foreign Affairs from [region] and the Speaker of the Senate from Federation of Conservative Nations. The treaty may additionally be signed by any other person who the above allow, as well as each President's Cabinet.

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