Treaty of Beijing
- condition
June 10, 2011
Creation of the Soviet Union of Socialist Republics
Signatories People's grand republic of china People's Republic of Grand China
United korean supreme republic United Korean Supreme Republic
New republic of vietnam Socialist Republic of New Vietnam
DPRC Flag Democratic People's Republic of California
Sri Lanka Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka
Language English, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese
The Treaty of Beijing is a treaty between China, Korea, Vietnam, and Midway that formed the Soviet Union of Socialist Republics. This was in response to the Great Pacific War. The treaty is effectively a Mutual Defense and Optional Aggression Pact. On June 30th, 2011, it was amended to include an economic clause effectively making the Soviet Union of Socialist Republics an economic union as well.

Text of the treatyEdit


The undersigned nations,
Recognizing the need for mutual military assistance,
Acknowledging that military assistance would be beneficial to all of us,
Convinced that, under the circumstances, Communist states must work together and take necessary measures in
safeguarding their safety and security,
In the interest of promoting and strengthening friendship and security, in accordance with the principles and respect for independence for sovereign states,
Have resolved to sign this treaty, which shall be called the Treaty of Beijing.

Article 1: PeaceEdit

The undersigned nations shall take all measures to avoid armed conflict with each other. None of the undersigned nations may take actions that may lead directly or indirectly into a war against each other. If any two of the undersigned nations are at war against each other, then any other of the undersigned nations must not enter the war, and must act as to speed the return of peace.

Article 2: FriendshipEdit

The undersigned nations agree to maintain friendly relations with each other.

Article 3: Mutual DefenseEdit

If a third party declares war on any of the undersigned nations, it shall be considered a declaration of war on all of the undersigned nations.

Article 4: Optional AggressionEdit

If any of the undersigned nations declares war on another reason, the undersigned nations are all encouraged to declare war as well.

Article 5: AmendmentsEdit

Any of the undersigned nations may propose amendments to the treaty, and the amendment shall be passed if at least 66% of the undersigned nations approve of it (unanimous vote if there are only 2 signatories).

Article 6: CancellationEdit

This treaty may be cancelled by any of the undersigned nations at any time. If any of the undersigned nations cancels this treaty, they must wait a 48 hour grace period after the announcement is made while that nation is still bound by this treaty, after which that nation is considered exempt from the conditions of this treaty.

Article 7: AllianceEdit

This treaty shall be considered to have started a military alliance between the undersigned nations. This alliance shall be known as the Soviet Union of Socialist Republics.


Amendment 1: Economic CooperationEdit

The undersigned nations agree to enter a state of economic union, in which imports from the undersigned nations to the undersigned nations shall be free of tariff, have the same customs duties, import quotas, preferences or other non-tariff barriers to trade apply to all goods entering the undersigned nations from a third party, and have common policies on product regulation, and freedom of movement of the factors of production (capital and labor) and of enterprise and services. This amendment effectively enters the undersigned nations into a state of economic union.


For China:
Wang Liu Mei
Hong Long

For Korea:
Kim Jong-Il
Kim Jong-Un
Kim Sul-Song

For Vietnam:
Nguyễn Dũng Trọng
Nguyễn Tấn Dũng

For Midway:
Daniel Bullock

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