This Blanket Non-Aggression Pact is designed to encourage good relations between each individual signatory alliance (henceforth referred to as the signatory) and the Christian Coalition of Countries (henceforth referred to as the CCC). It is designed to serve as a framework of trust and to serve in non-aggression and peaceful dispute resolution between the signatory and the CCC
Article I: SovereigntyEdit
The signatory and the CCC acknowledge their respective sovereignty and independence of each other, and shall treat each other with the according respect.
Article II: Non-aggression in warEdit
The signatory and the CCC agree That none of their members shall engage in war between each other.
Article III: Illicit aid to attackersEdit
The signatory and the CCC agree that none of their members shall provide Foreign Aid to a nation or alliance who is at war with the members of either the signatory or the CCC, or who are engaged in espionage against either alliance.
Article IV: Inciting others to attackEdit
The signatory and the CCC agree that none of their members shall encourage, bribe, solicit, or badger another nation to attack the members either alliance. This will include the use of multiple nations by one Real Life person.
Article V: EspionageEdit
The signatory and the CCC agree to not seek sensitive information belonging to, or pertaining to, the alliances party to this pact, and agree that if any such information comes into their possession they shall not disclose this information, even within their own alliance forums or other relatively secure means of alliance communication.
Article VI: Safe harbor to enemiesEdit
The signatory and the CCC agree that none of their members shall harbor or hide the assets of the enemies of the other alliance
Article VII: Dispute resolutionEdit
In the case of an attack from one alliance member against a member of the other alliance, the attacked nation may defend itself, and the attacked alliance may provide the attacked nation with Foreign Aid. However, immediate diplomatic contact has to be established to solve this conflict in a peaceful manner. The attacker must pay full reparations and may not ask payment for his loss in the battles. Other nations from either alliance may not enter the conflict until 36 hours after the initial attack and only if no diplomatic resolution could be found.
Article VIII: Equally bindingEdit
The signatory and the CCC agree that this pact shall be binding upon themselves and all their constituent members both full and potential, current and future.
Article IX: TerminationEdit
Official notice must be given 24 hours in advance should either alliance desire to terminate this treaty. The dissolution of either alliance, or their merger into a third party, shall make this treaty automatically null and void and no notice need be given.
Article X: Precedence over other treatiesEdit
Any other treaties signed between the signatory and the CCC shall take precedence over this blanket NAP.
Article XI: Relations between multiple signatories:Edit
This NAP shall be binding only to each individual signatory and the CCC. It shall not constitute any binding treaty between the anyone other than the CCC and each individual signatory.
Signed for the CCC:
Wolfgang von Orange, Vice Chancellor
Edgepik, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Signed for BANG:
(void due to alliance merger)
Signed for llTHEll
SilentKilla – Leader & Goodwill Ambassador
(Void due to alliance collapse)
Signed for the United Blue Directorate
Lyons - Director (UBD)
Russell07 - Minister of Internal Affairs
(Void due to treaty cancellation)
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