German-Italo Treaty of Cooperation and Peace



  • CODE

    Gro?deutsch-Italienischer Vertrag der Mitwirkung und Frieden
    Patto italo-alemanno della Collaborazione e Pace
    German-Italo Treaty of Cooperation and Peace

    The Governments of the undersigning Parties of this Treaty wish to formally offfer a hand of friendship, support and cooperation to one another as well as be a European model of Peace. ?In the names of military protection, security and economic collaboration they contrive and agree to this document:

    Article 1

    The Federal Republic of Gro?deutsches Reich and The Kingdom of Nazione Italiana obligate themselves to help defend the land governed by the other undersigned in international conflicts, during which one of the Parties is the victim of third-party aggression. ?The protection includes aggression on any and all territories under control of a Party as well as aggression in their costal or territorial water claims.

    Article 2

    The undersigning Governments may be asked to assist their ally in a military campaign, in cases where a reasonable, peaceful and diplomatic solution is not possible. ?That Party is expected to react to a request for help within a timely manner and answer with reasonable, helpful forces.

    Article 3

    The Parties shall grant each other complete military mobility within the national boarders, costal and territorial bodies of water controlled by said Governments.

    Article 4

    The Governments of the Gro?deutsches Reich and Nazione Italiana shall eliminate any and all tariffs of goods, both for private citizens of either Party and for the shipment of goods in the name of international business. ?Customs officials for boarder control of both Parties may still check for and seize items which are illegal for private possession or for sale as deemed by the undersigning Governments.

    Article 7

    The Treaty will become null and void when either Party wishes cancelation.

    Article 8

    External parties may be invited to enjoy the benefits of the Treaty, if admittance of said
    external government is agreed upon by all Member Parties.

    Article 9

    The Treaty is official in either the German or the Italian language. ?Each Party will receive an official copy of the Treaty in both languages to be kept in the protection of their Governments.



  • The Senate and Circular Chamber of Nazione Italiana have submitted this edition of the German-Italo Treaty of Cooperation and Peace to the Government of the Gro?deutsches Reich. We request that it be reviewed by the Government. Thereafter, we request that the Government either schedule a signing with Nazione Italiana or submits amendments.


  • administrators

    The Grossdeutscher government would like to know if the Italian government will seek to formalise the exchange of military bases between our countries in another document or if it hasn't been added by an error. I shall remember that our government offered the italian state permission to occupy the military naval station at Den Helder, Niederlanden.



  • (OOC: I knew there was something I forgot but our meeting got deleted in the last update.)

    This is completely correct. Expect an amended proposal by the end of today.

    Thank you!


  • administrators

    I remember it was a military base exchange and greater cooperation in space exploration.



  • CODE

    Gro?deutsch-Italienischer Vertrag der Mitwirkung und Frieden
    Patto italo-alemanno della Collaborazione e Pace
    German-Italo Treaty of Cooperation and Peace

    The Governments of the undersigning Parties of this Treaty wish to formally offer a hand of friendship, support and cooperation to one another as well as be a European model of Peace. ?In the names of military protection, security and economic collaboration they contrive and agree to this document:

    Article 1

    The Federal Republic of Gro?deutsches Reich and The Kingdom of Nazione Italiana obligate themselves to help defend the land governed by the other undersigned in international conflicts, during which one of the Parties is the victim of third-party aggression. ?The protection includes aggression on any and all territories under control of a Party as well as aggression in their costal or territorial water claims.

    Article 2

    The undersigning Governments may be asked to assist their ally in a military campaign, in cases where a reasonable, peaceful and diplomatic solution is not possible. ?That Party is expected to react to a request for help within a timely manner and answer with reasonable, helpful forces.

    Article 3

    The Parties shall grant each other complete military mobility within the national boarders, costal and territorial bodies of water controlled by said Governments.

    Article 4

    The Governments of the Gro?deutsches Reich and Nazione Italiana shall eliminate any and all tariffs of goods, both for private citizens of either Party and for the shipment of goods in the name of international business. ?Customs officials for boarder control of both Parties may still check for and seize items which are illegal for private possession or for sale as deemed by the undersigning Governments.

    Article 5

    The Treaty will become null and void when either Party wishes cancelation.

    Article 6

    The Parties will exchange military bases, giving one another allowance to maintain active armed forces therein. ?The Gro?deutsches Reich gives allowance for a base in Den Helder, Niederlanden and Nazione Italiana gives access to Montecatini.

    Article 7

    Nazione Italiana will become more active in funding and taking part in space exploration program of the Gro?deutsches Reich, who, in turn, will allow qualified Italian astronauts partake in missions.

    Article 8

    External parties may be invited to enjoy the benefits of the Treaty, if admittance of said
    external government is agreed upon by all Member Parties.

    Article 9

    The Treaty is official in either the German or the Italian language. ?Each Party will receive an official copy of the Treaty in both languages to be kept in the protection of their Governments.


  • administrators

    The Cabinet of Ministers has approved the treaty and has proposed it to be signed on Saturday, February 27th, at the Chancellery in Berlin.



  • The Circular Chamber, the Presidenta and the Queen will all come to Berlin on this date to sign and enact the treaty.


  • administrators

    'The main hall of the Berlin Chancellery was crowded with members of the german Reichstag and the Italian Circular Chamber, the german Chancellor, the minister of foreign affairs, the Italian Queen and the Presidenta. The ceremony was presided over by the Chancellor, Robert Mainzer, who moved forward to say some words before the signing of the document

    Ladies and Gentleman, we're here today in a historic point in Italo-German relations. With the signing of this treaty, two nations that have historically been close to each other will reach a new phase in their mutual understanding. This treaty will define grossdeutscher and italian military, economic and space policies for years to come and will, finally, let the Grossdeutscher and Italian people trully call themselves friends for life.

    Chancellor Mainzer stood apart so that either the Presidenta or the Queen could as well say some words before the signing of the Treaty



  • (OOC: Whoops! Didn't see you'd replied.)

    "As President of Nazione Italiana, her Supreme Military Commander and Chief of Foreign Diplomacy, I, Giovanna Laurina Pallotti, hereby thank our new Brother, who is the Great Fatherland to so many of our fellow Europeans. We are excited to finally experience the wonderful results of this cooperation. For us, in this case, the sky is not the limit, as we work together to break no only economic and security barriers, but explore the Heavens."



  • Calabria-Piemonte wishes to sign into this treaty.


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