Monday, April 9, 2012

Treaty Offer

         
The Basic Treaty

The Basic Treaty aimed to establish good neighborly relations between The United States of America and the United States of the United States of America and granted de facto, albeit not de jure, legal recognition to the United States of the United States of America.

The High Contracting Parties,
Conscious of their responsibility for the preservation of peace,
Anxious to render a contribution to d├ętente and security in America.
Aware that the inviolability of frontiers and respect for the territorial integrity and sovereignty of all States in The United States of America within their present frontiers are a basic condition for peace,

Recognizing that therefore The United States of America and the United States of the United States of America have to refrain from the threat or use of force in their relations,

Proceeding from the historical facts and without prejudice to the different view of The United States of America and the United States of the United States of America on fundamental questions, including the national question, desirous to create the conditions for cooperation between The United States of America and the United States  of the United States of America for the benefit of the people in the metes and bounds of each,

Have agreed as follows:

Article 1

The United States of America and the United States of the United States of America shall develop normal, good-neighborly relations with each other on the basis of equal rights.

Article 2

The United States of America and the United States of the United States of America will be guided by the aims and principles laid down in the United Nations Charter, especially those of the sovereign equality of all States, respect for their independence, autonomy and territorial integrity, the right of self-determination, the protection of human rights, and non-discrimination.

Article 3

In conformity with the United Nations Charter, The United States of America and the United States of the United States of America shall settle any disputes between them exclusively by peaceful means and refrain from the threat or use of force.
They reaffirm the inviolability now and in the future of the frontier existing between them and undertake fully to respect each others territorial integrity.

Article 4

The United States of America and the United States of the United States of America proceed on the assumption that neither can represent the other in the international sphere or act on its behalf.

Article 5

The United States of America and the United States of the United States of America shall promote peaceful relations between each other and contribute to security and cooperation in America.

Article 6

 The United States of America and the United States of the United States of America proceed on the principle that the sovereign jurisdiction of each is confined to its own Trust Territory. They respect each others independence and autonomy in their internal and external affairs.

Article 7

The United States of America and the United States of the United States of America declare their readiness to regulate practical and humanitarian questions in the process of the normalization of their relations. They shall conclude agreements with a view to developing and promoting on the basis of the present Treaty and for their mutual benefit cooperation in the fields of economics, science and technology, transport, judicial relations, posts and telecommunications, health, culture, sport, environmental protection, and in other fields.

Article 8

The United States of America and the United States of the United States of America shall exchange Permanent Missions. They shall be established at the respective Government's seat. Practical questions relating to the establishment of the Missions shall be dealt with separately.

Article 9

The United States of America and the United States of the United States of America agree that the present Treaty shall not affect the bilateral and multilateral international treaties and agreements already concluded by them or relating to them.

The United States of America states for the record:
"Questions of national citizenship are not regulated by the Treaty."

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