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Tuesday, January 17th 2006, 8:15pm

FAR Treaty text

12/5/20 FAR Treaty of Mutual Assistance
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Government of the Republic of France have the honor to announce the successful negotiation of a Treaty of Mutual Assistance between the Republic of France, the Atlantean Empire, and the Russian Federation. This treaty is not directed against any power and contains no committment in the event of aggressive action on the part of a signatory. The three high contracting parties have confidence that the conclusion of this treaty will reinforce the foundations of peace in Europe and the world.

In virtue of the close relations established between the Atlantian Empire, the Republic of France, and the Russian Federation, the high contracting parties mutually undertake to afford one another military and other assistance and support of all kinds in war against any power which attacks a high contracting party and all those States which are associated with the aggressor in acts of aggression against any of the high contracting parties.

The high contracting parties undertake not to enter into any negotiations with the aggressor or any other government associated with the aggressor that does not clearly renounce all aggression intentions, and not to negotiate or conclude, except by mutual consent, any armistice or peace treaty with aggressor or any other State associated with her in acts of aggression.

1. The high contracting parties declare their desire to unite with other like-minded States in adopting proposals for common action to preserve peace and resist aggression in the post-war period.

2. Pending adoption of such proposals, they will after termination of hostilities take all measures in their power to render impossible the repetition of aggression and violation of peace by the aggressor or any of the States associated with her in acts of aggression.

Should any of the high contracting parties during the postwar period become involved in hostilities with the original aggressor or any of the States mentioned in Article III, Section 2 , in consequence of the attack by that State against that party, the other high contracting parties will at once give to the contracting party so involved in hostilities all military and other support and assistance in his power.

This article shall remain in force until the high contracting parties, by mutual agreement, shall recognize that it is superseded by adoption of proposals contemplated in Article III, Section 1 . In default of adoption of such proposals, it shall remain in force for a period of twenty years and thereafter until terminated by one of the high contracting parties as provided in Article VIII.

The high contracting parties, having regard to the interests of security of each of them, agree to work together in close and friendly collaboration after re-establishment of peace for the organization of security and economic prosperity in Europe and South America.

They will take into account the interests of the League of Nations in these objects and they will act in accordance with the two principles of not seeking territorial aggrandizement for themselves and of non-interference in the internal affairs of other States.

The high contracting parties agree to render one another all possible economic assistance after any war.

Each contracting party undertakes not to conclude any alliance and not to take part in any coalition directed against the other high contracting parties.

The present treaty is subject to ratification in the shortest possible time and instruments of ratification shall be exchanged as soon as possible.

It comes into force immediately on the exchange of instruments of ratification.

Part One of the present treaty shall remain in force until the establishment of peace between the high contracting parties and the aggressor and the powers associated with her in acts of aggression.

Part Two of the present treaty shall remain in force for a period of twenty years. Thereafter, unless twelve months' notice has been given by either party to terminate the treaty at the end of the said period of twenty years, it shall continue in force until twelve months after one of the high contracting parties shall have given notice to the other in writing of his intention to terminate it.

In witness whereof the above-named plenipotentiaries have signed the present treaty and have affixed thereto their seals.

Done in the Atlantean, Iberian, French, and Russian languages, all texts being equally authentic.

Done, in Paris, the capital of the Republic of France, on this, the 5th day of December, 1920. Treaty modified on Sept. 1, 1936 to include Chile and Colombia. Treaty modified on June 22nd, 1942 to include Germany; treaty organization renamed the Grand Alliance.


Thursday, June 4th 2009, 5:02pm

A little late but....

Modified to include Chile and Colombia effective sept. 1, 1936