Fontainebleau Accords/First Treaty
The Federation of Alduria and the Wechua Nation, the Imperial State of Constancia, Dowlat-e Aliyye-ye Suren, and the Union of the Republics of Zeed hereinafter referred to as the Parties, based on their established relationships, declare their aspiration to further integrate and converge over common goals and values; guided by the generally accepted norms and principles of international relations, have agreed as follows:
ARTICLE I. Euran Economic Union.
In order to create a Euran Economic Union, the Parties have decided to focus their joint efforts on gradually increasing the integration of the Parties hereto in the economy, science, education, culture, the social sphere, and other fields, subject to the national sovereignty of the Parties, the principles of equality and mutual benefit, the inviolability of their state borders, and non-interference in internal affairs.
ARTICLE II. Goals of Integration.
The major integration goals are:
- consistent improvement of living standards, the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms, social progress;
- sustainable democratic development of the states;
- establishment of a common economic space providing for efficient operations in a common market of goods, services, capital, and workforce, development of #unified transport, energy, and informational systems.
ARTICLE III. Areas of Coordination and Cooperation.
- The Parties shall coordinate the main areas, stages, and terms of economic reforms, establish conditions required for operations of a common market, guarantee an equally favourable environment for the free economic activities of their undertakings.
- The Parties shall ensure equal rights to acquire ownership, possession, and disposal of property in the territory of any of the states in conformity with their national laws.
- The Parties shall pursue a coordinated pricing policy that rules out price discrimination in respect to the Parties’ undertakings.
- The Parties shall complete the formation of a common customs territory and establish a common supervision system.
- The Parties shall consistently enhance coordination of their monetary and fiscal policies and establish an efficient payment and settlement system.
- At the initial stage, the Parties shall achieve a significant reduction in inflation rates, the stabilization of national currency exchange rates, and the complete convertibility of national currencies, providing equal access for entities and for residents of the Parties to the currency markets of the Treaty member states.
- The Parties’ central banks shall establish in Aqaba an interbank union to provide mutual consultation and coordination of the measures.
- At the later stages, the Parties shall make a shift towards unified standards and practices of banking regulation.
ARTICLE IV. Interparty Cooperation.
- The Parties shall enhance cooperation in environmental protection, including the elaboration and adoption of unified standards of environmental safety, and shall undertake joint measures to exercise accident and disaster control and remove the effects of nuclear and ecological catastrophes.
- The Parties shall create an environment to preserve and strengthen the common cultural space based on historically established liaisons and business contacts between creative unions and associations, artists and writers, subject to the preservation of the ethnic and linguistic identity of their nations.
- The Parties shall formulate an interstate education strategy; develop joint educational programs for students, training courses, and advanced training programs for experts.
- The Parties shall legally recognize diplomas, degree certificates, and respective documents certifying academic degree and title among themselves.
ARTICLE VI. Travel and Citizenship Privileges.
- Citizens of the Parties that constantly live in other Parties hereto shall be granted legal status envisaged by their national laws, bilateral, and multilateral agreements.
- Tourists of the Parties shall enjoy visa-free travel to other Parties for up to 90 days, and shall be granted the legal status as tourists envisaged by their national laws, bilateral, and multilateral agreements.
ARTICLE VII. Non-Aggression Pact.
- The Parties obligate themselves to desist from any act of violence, any aggressive action, and any attack on each other, either individually or jointly with other powers.
- Should one of the Parties become the object of belligerent action by a third power, the other Party shall in no manner lend its support to this third power.
- The Governments of the Parties shall in the future maintain continual contact with one another for the purpose of consultation in order to exchange information on problems affecting their common interests.
ARTICLE VIII. Legal and Law Enforcement Cooperation.
- The Parties shall coordinate, whenever necessary, share legal information, provide legal support for civil, matrimonial, and criminal cases, and encourage the development of legal science and the training of legal experts.
- The Parties shall ensure close cooperation of law enforcement and other competent bodies, uniting their efforts to combat ordinary and organized crime, terrorism, arms and drugs trafficking, smuggling, illegal immigration and migration, fabrication and the use of forged payment and other documents, or any actions imposing a threat to public security, as well as execution of judgement.
ARTICLE IX. Bodies of the Euran Economic Union.
- To attain objectives hereof, the Parties shall establish in Fontainebleau joint organs to supervise integration: the Secretary-General, the Integration Committee, and the Interparliamentary Committee.
- Each of the above-stated organs shall act within the scope of its competence defined herein and a respective Regulation on the body.
- The Secretary-General shall be elected from the heads of state of the parties for a term of 5 (five) AN years, on a rotation basis. The Secretary-General shall be the Chairman of the Integration Committee.
- The Integration Committee is a supreme integration management organ. It comprises heads of state, heads of government, and foreign ministers of the Parties.
- The Integration Committee shall develop and implement a cooperation strategy, identify its main stages, make respective resolutions and declarations, and adopt regulations on integration management organs and financing procedures.
- Office expenses of the integration management organs shall be reimbursed by the Parties in fixed amounts and allocated solely to these purposes.
- The Union shall maintain a headquarters in the city of Fontainebleau. Integration management organs are to be located in the capitals of the States Parties hereto.
- The Interparliamentary Committee is an organ of interparliamentary cooperation and is formed on a parity basis from members of Parliaments or legislatures delegated by the Parliaments or legislatures of the Parties.
ARTICLE X. Peace Treaty and Border Adjustments.
- The Imperial State of Constancia and the Dowlat-e Aliyye-ye Suren do agree that there shall be a perpetual peace between themselves and that any disagreements between them shall be resolved via the mechanisms of arbitration provided for under this treaty and by other mutual agreements.
- The Imperial State of Constancia and the Dowlat-e Aliyye-ye Suren do agree to the adjustment of their mutual frontiers as set forth in Schedule I to this treaty.
- The Imperial State of Constancia shall be entitled to maintain a Consulate-General and associated offices at Mehrshahr in perpetuity.
- The Imperial State of Constancia, through its appointed agent “the Honourable Company of the ESB Group“ shall stand surety for the credit extended to the Dowlat-e Aliyye-ye Suren for the procurement of the requested armaments, and any additional and associated munitions, machine-tools, equipment or parts, by the appointed agent of the Dowlat-e Aliyye-ye Suren â€“ the Suren Purchasing Organisation, as outlined in Schedule II to this treaty.
- The Dowlat-e Aliyye-ye Suren shall, from the commencement of this Treaty, consider itself to be a Party to the Raspur Pact and shall affix its signature to the Shirerithian-Alexandrian-Natopian Entente with effect from that same date.
ARTICLE XI. Pan-Euran Highway.
- The Parties agree to collaborate, with all diligence and by all adequate means, in the speedy completion of a Pan-Euran Highway, which will permit at all times the transit of motor vehicles.
- The Parties shall form a commission of technical experts with the object of coordinating the work of the different Governments and also to complete thorough geological, environmental, and engineering studies to formulate the necessary projects in those countries which, not having heretofore completed this work, may need the cooperation of the commission.
- Immediately after ratifying the present Treaty, the Parties shall consult among each other with a view to appointing a financial committee composed of the representatives of the ratifying Governments. This committee shall study the means to sustainably and properly finance the construction and maintenance of the work needed to build the Pan-Euran Highway, identify any obstacles or problems as well as solutions to said problems.
- The Parties bind themselves to establish or designate at once in their respective territories at least one permanent public office for the purpose of giving information on the work in progress, sections of the highway that are passable, local transit regulations, and all other information which nationals and tourists of the signatory countries may require.
ARTICLE XII. Ratification and Depository Details.
- Provisions of the Treaty do not impose any restrictions on economic or political relationships of any of the Parties with other countries of the global community, do not damage the international legal standing of any of the Parties, and do not impair their obligations under earlier international treaties and agreements.
- This Treaty shall be temporarily effective from the moment of signing and shall come into force from the date of submission to the depository, which is deemed to be the Federation of Alduria and the Wechua Nation, of notices of accomplishment of internal procedures by the Parties required for it's coming into effect.
- This Treaty shall be open for accession by other states which share its goals and objectives and assume to the fullest respective obligations hereunder.
- The Parties to the Treaty may conclude bilateral and multilateral agreements which secure more advanced integration relationships in political, economic, and other areas.
- Either party shall have the right to withdraw from the Treaty by giving notice to the depository.