|Treaty of Lima|
|Type of treaty||Surrender treaty|
|Drafted||June 13, 2011|
| June 14, 2011|
|Effective||June 15, 2011|
|Expiration||June 15, 2013|
|Signatories|| Sunshine Treaty Organization Pact |
United States of JBR
Union of Midway
Federative Republic of Brazil
United Pacific Aligned Coalition
Democratic People's Republic of Midway
|Languages|| English |
The Treaty of Lima is the official surrender instrument between the Sunshine Treaty Organization Pact and the United Pacific Aligned Coalition. Signed on June 13, 2011, it was drafted and ratified after the United Pacific Aligned Coalition surrendered to the Sunshine Treaty Organization Pact; marking the initial end to the Great Pacific War (a separate surrender document with the Caribbean Treaty Organization) was signed by the Caribbean Treaty Organization later that day. It is signed at Lima, Peru.
Text of the treatyEdit
The signatories of the Sunshine Treaty Organization Pact and members of the United Pacific Aligned Coalition, to create peace and settle an unnecessary conflict, have agreed the following terms:
The nations of the United Pacific Aligned Coalition hereby surrendered unconditionally to the victorious nations of Sunshine Treaty Organization Pact, and admit guilt to beginning an unnecessary and bloody war.
The United Pacific Aligned Coalition agrees that all possessions and puppet states gained during the war are no longer under the Coalition's sovereignty.
The United Pacific Aligned Coalition will pay reparations to the nations of the Sunshine Treaty Organization Pact, to be later determined by Sunshiner economists and auditors once damages have been tallied.
The United Pacific Aligned Coalition agrees to a short, limited 1 year military occupation of their nations until their governments complete their transitions. All foreign relations, economic exchanges, and other administrative purposes must be approved by the Secretary-General of the Sunshine Treaty Organization Pact's discretion.
The Sunshine Treaty Organization Pact agrees to provide full military protection to the United Aligned Coalition and to provide humanitarian support to the Coalition's citizens.
The United Pacific Aligned Coalition agrees that they will not engage in conflict with any Sunshiner signatory for 2 years or a non-Sunshiner nation for 1 year.
The above articles will be enforced by the Sunshiner nations and its Justice Court. Cancellation of this treaty must be approved by the Pact.
Andrew Antin, King
Jessica Antin, Queen
David Cabineten, Vice King
Laura Cabineten, Vice Queen
Nathon Carrelson, Vice President
Gregor Hammelson, Secretary of Defence
Henry Nortion, Maritime Forces Commander
Nava Ladmril, Naval Commander
James Ritison, Strategic Air Commander